I am researching a wedding ring offering and am hoping that somebody
on Orchid might have a view:
My plan is to take a cast of my customer’s finger and then render it
in plaster (or possibly bronze if I need an anvil). From this I can
take a cross section which should give me an exact inside shape for
the shank of their wedding ring.
It strikes me as quite a nifty way to come up with the shape for non
round rings that ergonomically suit the client. Has anybody tried
this before? I imagine some size tweaking will be required to achieve
a good fit and get over the knuckle, and views from this group will
save me many iterations in silver to get it right.