A Few Projects - Python and Rings

Christopher Malouf

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Hope everyone is well! I've been making and engraving a lot of rings lately. Occasionally I get to work on something a little bigger and it's been almost 10 years since the last revolver.

Python: Victorian vine scroll in 24k, rampant colt logo in platinum, hand polished mirror finish and nice white antique ivory panels. In some areas, gold was drawn to .15mm and set into channels cut with a 70 degree V chisel.

Rings: 1) Palladium 950 with 24k background, 24k rope borders and natural sapphires. 2) Damascus and 18k rose gold background 3) Damascus and 18K rose gold cattle brand ring.

Thanks for looking...:)
 

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rings are great !! the gun, holy stuff !!, just an eye poppin piece for the eye. the rings bring to mind a "cut" that i first became aware of that sam posted quite a time ago. it works prfectly on a ring format.
 

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absolutley beatiful work, the design is "riding through the hills" and flows like nothing I've seen before! Rings are breathtaking also, did you make them please? paps
 

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Hey David, thank you!

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also, did you make them please? paps
Yes, I make everything now with the exception of seamless, die-struck bands like the palladium ring however it was finished (comfort fit, size etc) on my lathe. Engraving what I make is the best job security I've ever had and I get to control every part of the process including pricing.

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Thanks for sharing Chris.

jus t too long between postings.

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Hi Brant, that gave me a good chuckle because it's way too true. In fact I can't remember the last time I posted work on here. I do remember when this forum was a ton of fun - before it became a largely forgotten victim of social media. I notice it is still pretty cliquey tho. ;)
 

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