Ring From a Broken Necklace.

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Introduction: Ring From a Broken Necklace.

Make a simple ring from a broken necklace.

Step 1: Materials and Tools

broken necklace, cutters, Mandel, torch, flux, solder, helping hands, file, dremel, sandpaper.
As with any project THINK SAFETY !
Don't cut, burn or sand yourself. Believe me it hurts..

Step 2: Measure and Cut.

Cut chain as close to the pendant. Measure out length on the Mandel and mark. Cut at mark. A Size 7 ring measures 2 1/4 inches in length.
If you don't have a Mandel their are several websites that have a "ring size to length measurement" chart.

Step 3: Prepare to Solder

Position chain into the helping hands. Carefully heat and flux then solder.. Use as little solder as possible but enough to weld it together. Warning getting it to hot will discolor chain.

Step 4: Clean Up the Solder Weld.

File and sand solder down until smooth and polished using fine grit sandpaper. I used 220 grit. Be sure not to remove too much of the solder. It needs it for strength.

Step 5: Give It to Someone You Love.

Now that its finished give it to someone you love.

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    8 Comments

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    KLethal
    KLethal

    Reply 6 years ago

    thankyou

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    cpeebles
    cpeebles

    6 years ago

    I love it the best! 'cause I get to wear it :)♡ Thanks babe ♡

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    KLethal
    KLethal

    Reply 6 years ago

    your welcome sweetie...

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    bw123
    bw123

    6 years ago

    Wonderful :-=

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    KLethal
    KLethal

    Reply 6 years ago

    thank you

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    amberrayh
    amberrayh

    6 years ago on Introduction

    It looks lovely. Great job! Thanks for the thorough instructions!

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    KLethal
    KLethal

    Reply 6 years ago

    thank you