ho out there,
just a wee question. i made some rings for a friends’ wedding. they
are cast white gold and somehow in between sizing one and casting it
for the groom it got a teeny bit too big. no idea how. However, i
was thinking that as they have a continuous pattern ont hem that i
can’t cut and resize and probably couldn’t as they are cast anyway.
I seem to have a vague meory about cast items being less able to
move an bend due to their structure.
Anyway, i thought i could simply solder a thin strip of silver on
the inside to make the fit, which my friend is agreeable to. I am
just wondering before i iff and do this, whether there is any reason
why i shouldn’t or couldn’t. Would i just use silver solder or do i
need to get white gold solder or do i need to not use silver at all
and get a piece of white gold to dothe job instead?
any sugestions would be much appreciated.