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    Quote Originally Posted by reborn View Post
    finally found it!!!!!

    http://www.ylang23.com/tobias-wistisen.cfm

    Ylang23 has started carrying TW. They used to carry Robert Wan and Dinh Van. I have ordered from them in the past and they were always top notch. I don't think the muscle pendant is the same as the heart but it's close.
    Awwww, that's cute, they have a little copper Augusta boot.
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    i think you mean a cdiem boot. lulz.
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    http://www.getraeumtetaten.de/

    This one for Munich.


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    I'm starting to get really interested with jewelery. Only jewelry I own so far is a watch. NEVER wore a ring, or necklace so looking to start somewhere.

    First would be a necklace I think. I have seen some really cool Ann pieces, such as the cross but I don't think I'm ready to venture into the Skull stuff yet. The Margeila ring caught my eye, but apparently it's a big small (one off eBay) and I have tiny twig fingers.

    Any suggestions on where to begin looking?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babyshamble View Post
    I'm starting to get really interested with jewelery. Only jewelry I own so far is a watch. NEVER wore a ring, or necklace so looking to start somewhere.

    First would be a necklace I think. I have seen some really cool Ann pieces, such as the cross but I don't think I'm ready to venture into the Skull stuff yet. The Margeila ring caught my eye, but apparently it's a big small (one off eBay) and I have tiny twig fingers.

    Any suggestions on where to begin looking?

    Thanks!
    It maybe more useful to decide on the type of material you want: sterling, 18K, etc. And then maybe venture into style or iconography...

    Examples:
    Sterling silver gothic/biker: BWL, Chrome Hearts, Crazy Pig
    Sterling artisanal: Rust, Werkstatt Munchen
    Sterling romantic and/or nautical: Ugo Cacciatori
    Sterling tribal/primal: Shaun Leane, Jill Platner
    18K quirky elegant: Dinh van
    Tahitian pearls: Robert Wan

    Designer jewelry (MMM, AD, CCP, etc), IMO, is about the look...so if you love the curious and unexpected use of matierals, MMM is great, etc.

    Also, try stuff on and get comfortable with the piece before purchasing. Jewelry often times loses value after purchse before it regains it (as vintage or as a collectible).

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    Quote Originally Posted by reborn View Post
    It maybe more useful to decide on the type of material you want: sterling, 18K, etc. And then maybe venture into style or iconography...

    Examples:
    Sterling silver gothic/biker: BWL, Chrome Hearts, Crazy Pig
    Sterling artisanal: Rust, Werkstatt Munchen
    Sterling romantic and/or nautical: Ugo Cacciatori
    Sterling tribal/primal: Shaun Leane, Jill Platner
    18K quirky elegant: Dinh van
    Tahitian pearls: Robert Wan

    Designer jewelry (MMM, AD, CCP, etc), IMO, is about the look...so if you love the curious and unexpected use of matierals, MMM is great, etc.

    Also, try stuff on and get comfortable with the piece before purchasing. Jewelry often times loses value after purchse before it regains it (as vintage or as a collectible).
    That;s some great info. Thanks! :)

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    Reviving this thread.

    Stephen Webster:



    Julius x Garni 7th Morning Collab:


    Shaun Leane:



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    That spider one is pretty freak... Who has evil steez?

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    I was randomly browsing jewellery at some point and found some designer, German I think. With a bunch of very elvish inspired/looking pieces, hell the name of the website might even have been something cheesy with elf in it. I believe the web page at that time had a green theme to it as well.

    I would like to revisit it just to refresh my memory about whether or not I had found something I found interesting there or not.

    Been googling my ass off, anyone have an idea of what website I'm talking about?

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    Elf Craft
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silke View Post
    I was randomly browsing jewellery at some point and found some designer, German I think. With a bunch of very elvish inspired/looking pieces, hell the name of the website might even have been something cheesy with elf in it. I believe the web page at that time had a green theme to it as well.

    I would like to revisit it just to refresh my memory about whether or not I had found something I found interesting there or not.

    Been googling my ass off, anyone have an idea of what website I'm talking about?
    If you'd like to laugh your ass off, check out the models on the website. Elf ears and all.

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    Hahaha oh wow. Hmm I'm don't think that's the web page I stumbled upon that time though. They had a belt buckle with two masks/faces in their collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Who? View Post
    Garden of Eden has some interesting pieces to offer. Does any one know if they have a brand website?





    Amazing ring!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silke View Post
    I was randomly browsing jewellery at some point and found some designer, German I think. With a bunch of very elvish inspired/looking pieces, hell the name of the website might even have been something cheesy with elf in it. I believe the web page at that time had a green theme to it as well.

    I would like to revisit it just to refresh my memory about whether or not I had found something I found interesting there or not.

    Been googling my ass off, anyone have an idea of what website I'm talking about?
    please spare us

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    has anybody ever sent a ring for repair to werkstatt münchen (scratches and dents) and knows how much it costs / if they can repair it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eternal View Post
    Repair scratches? Scratches on rings will come eventually, that's what makes them look worn and not brand new. If your aesthetics is about looking like something is brand new, I think you might be buying in the wrong direction.

    Don't know how you managed to get dents in your ring, but you can probably take it to a local jeweler and they might be able to fix it, depending on details and design.
    scratches are fine for me but the ring got dents because I was so carelessly playing around with it on the streets so that it kissed the asphalt...

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    WM rings have pretty soft silver, so I wouldn't wear it out when doing things with your hands. I've even scratched mine from putting my hands in my pockets to get my keys, but nothing that's off-putting. If you really don't like the look, I'd recommend testing out your jeweller with other items before you throw him your WM ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuugaia View Post
    WM rings have pretty soft silver, so I wouldn't wear it out when doing things with your hands. I've even scratched mine from putting my hands in my pockets to get my keys, but nothing that's off-putting. If you really don't like the look, I'd recommend testing out your jeweller with other items before you throw him your WM ring.
    thanks for your suggestion. WM silver is indeed super soft. I think there is no way but calling WM to ask them if they can fix it and how much it will cost... just thought maybe someone had the same experience here with dents..

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    Both my WM rings have gotten severly dented recently. I rarely take them off. Now they've got some history. They're better this way, trust me.
    Most sterling silver is going to be very similar as far as hardness. It depends on what they mix the 92.5% silver with. I'd assume that WM selects their silver with some thought behind it. And if you do have it fixed/smoothed it will just become scratched and dented with regular wear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eternal View Post
    Repair scratches? Scratches on rings will come eventually, that's what makes them look worn and not brand new. If your aesthetics is about looking like something is brand new, I think you might be buying in the wrong direction.

    Don't know how you managed to get dents in your ring, but you can probably take it to a local jeweler and they might be able to fix it, depending on details and design.
    You should go your local art supply store and buy abreshive paper/cloth, aka sand paper. Use 220 or 320 first to remove any major marks. Basically rub the paper in one back and forth direction, then turn on a right angle. Rub again in a back and forth direction. Once the imperfection is removed, use the next higher grade papers succesively (400, 600,800, 1000, 1200, etc). The higher the number the shinier and smoother the finished surface will be. A decent art supply store will let you buy a single sheet of each paper grade (usually under a buck each).

    Note: if the piece has any antique finish, it will need to be reapplied. If you don't have liver of sulphur handy, simply hard boil an egg (over cooking it would be better). Crack the egg to break open the shell and expose the cooked egg white. Place the broken over cooked egg with shell in to a sealable container with your silver jewelry. Seal container. The heat and sulphur in the egg will react with the silver, tarnishing the piece. Once you have the color on the silver, use a soft cloth to buff the piece and remove excess tarnish.

    If there's an interest, I can post some pics of the sanding process...I have liver of sulpher, so I can post pics of that with my next project, if there's an interest.

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