Hi, I'm Paula Moran from Franklin, N.C., where our ground is so
full of rubies and sapphires, moonstone, kyanite, quartz,
amethyst, and other wonderful stones that you almost trip over
them with each step. (a slight exaggeration, but they are there)
I've been more into the lapidary side of jewelry making, but
have decided it's time to learn much more about metal work and
this, indeed, looks like a great starting tip. Just going
through my first day's mail, have gleaned tips on which soldering
gas is best, know I'll get answers to someone's question about
burnishing copper, and hope to discover much. Right now, I'm
making beaded and wire wrap jewelry, small and large replicas of
sacred geometry shapes, usually with stones. I also take aura
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