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Wholesale gem pricing and alloying chart


#1

Hey all,

Seen this before but am lost so… Anyone know of a GOOD source for
wholesale pricing of Just a general guide. I know the
difficulty. I’ve seen Bolton Gems an Aussi company. I can not seem to
get a response from them sending my resale #s with requests… Also
after watching again Jay Whaley doing his alloying and mentioning his
alloy chart “on my web site”. I can not find it. Could someone please
help one of the lost? Also, also Leonid, you ol’ grump Just received
your infinity ring vid and viewed a couple of times. I hope you don’t
get to annoyed at me because of "E"s and questions about a number of
things I’m sure I will have concerning this and the subsequent vids I
WILL BE BUYING from you in the future. I was VERY unsure about
spending on a video but now I see I will hopefully be catching and
keeping up with your output. Thank You OMG I’m babbled out Any help
from any and all is greatly appreciated.


#2
Just received your infinity ring vid and viewed a couple of times.
I hope you don't get to annoyed at me because of "E"s and questions
about a number of things I'm sure I will have concerning this and
the subsequent vids I WILL BE BUYING from you in the future.

Whatever questions you may have, do not hesitate to contact me. I am
quite sure that I can talk you through the sticky points. The main
things is to take it slowly. All DVDs are organized in parts. The
good way to approach it is to practice techniques demonstrated first,
even if it is not related to the actual piece. Next step should be
attempt to make a component shown. If attempt is unsuccessful,
determine the reason for failure and try again. Only when you
successfully reproduce all the components, an attempt to assemble
everything should be made. The most important is to stick with it.
Fabrication skills accumulate with practice. It is amazing how things
which may appear very difficult, become easy after some practice.

Leonid Surpin
www.studioarete.com