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This page contains a list of internet links that we hope will be helpful to you.
The businesses behind these links are not necessarily endorsed by Teton Art Gallery, but we feel the information they contain should help you, if you find that someone we link to here does not live up to your expectations, please let us know.
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- Check out this link to read about the history of Bolo – Bola Ties
- About our stones and how we view them
- Metaphysical and healing properties of stones
- Our Photo Gallery -Tetons – wildlife – nature
- The History of Rings
- Easily hook the lobster claw clasp on a chain bracelet using a paperclip
- You tube video of me removing a tight ring using dental floss
- The history of bola ties and the proper use of the name “bola”
- How a stone is wire wrapped -tutorial
- Silver Hallmarks
- UK Hallmarks
- Puzzle ring Solution You Tube Video
- My old Links pages – May be some errors on this link
- A word of caution concerning cuff bracelets
Bending will cause any metal including brass or sterling silver to stress. Similar to breaking a coat hanger by bending it back and forth metals will eventually break if improperly
treated. If they ever get caught on something and bend out of shape, care should
be taken to reshape, any major adjustments may need the heat of a torch. Minor
adjustments should be made off the wrist and any bending stress spread over the
entire length of the bracelet. Cuff bracelets should never be squeezed together
once on your wrist – they should be adjusted once so the void area is precisely
the minimal distance between the back of your wrist and the area between your
wrist bones – one end placed between that minimal wrist dimension of the bones
(force one end hard between the bones) and the other end wrapped around the
wrist so that the bracelet does not stress. With proper fit and care they should
last a lifetime.
We cut and polish most our own stones. We often use reclaimed silver. Our scraps are melted down and cast into ingots that ore then rolled in a rolling mill to form sheet and wire. Our favorite stones are ones we collect ourselves, but we have a great many friends that are rockhounds from which we purchase or trade for rough to cut from. We hope you enjoy our rings. More will be added as we have time to take photos. Thanks for visiting our website.
The photo below shows my beagles the little one on, Matti the left has since passed, her buddy Scotty is now 7 and has a new partner Eagle who looks a lot like his old buddy Matti.
If you get to this point on this links page I would be amazed. I only continue writing here to help my SEO – search engine optimization. I care that you are informed, but my main criteria is that you purchase my rings and other goods. If you are interested in additional information I suggest you try my links page here I post informational pages there as well as links that I suggest as they offer useful information. If you actually have read to this point, I would love it if you would contact me saying you have. Anyone who actually does this I will be eternally grateful. Thanks for being here. If you found this page through a web search, I guess I have succeeded.