Micki Ring, variations 2 (left) and 1 (right)
|Micki Ring (tut004) Orig. Released: Feb. 24, 2007, Rev.: Feb. 25, 2008|
This bold, geometric design was inspired by the work of Max Froehlich (1908-1997), a Swiss-born goldsmith who was part of the “Modern” school of jewellery design. With one change, it is possible to make two variations of this ring! In heavier gauges, it makes an appealing men’s ring! The ring is named after Micki Bleily of Parma, ID, for whom it was made as a Secret Santa gift in 2002.
Project instructions contain both variations - 17 pages, 59 photos, 43 steps, plus design notes
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|Tools and Materials You'll Need:|
Wooden Ring Mandrel
Flat Nose Pliers
Chain Nose Pliers
Flush Cutting Wire Nippers
20” (51 cm) 20 gauge Soft Round Wire