Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Expanding my Titanium Range.


Been working on expanding my titanium range.


All of them are made out of titanium, gold and diamonds.

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Sort of in the $200 to $400 range.


Titanium is difficult to work.

It takes twice as long to finish off as any other metal.


Also, everything is riveted.


Wears out your tools quickly too.


The blue is done by heat.


Here I inlayed gold into the titanium.


I like the matt finish.


This one has a cross set diamond.

I made the back ground out of silver, then I gold plated it and then set the diamond.

Then I rivet the whole contraption together.

I like the way the silver comes out through the gold plate.




Couple of Sundays ago there were these people from Greece, handing out fliers for their company.

They make mattresses out of cocco fiber-- and these bicycles out of wood.


I absolutely admire people who get off their backsides and do something about earning some money.

The little blue bags are the flier/samples.

Working on a Sunday in Germany is a no-no, what with the church and all.

Much more important to fall asleep in front of the TV.


On the day that Germany beat France in the world cup, it was also frog France day in Dusseldorf.


There is no truth in the rumor that the Frogs spat into the food ordered by the victorious Fritzes.

The French aren’t vindictive like that at all.

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