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  • 3dDave
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    Originally posted by mizgeorge View Post
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    Coo-ee...thoight you’d won the lottery and left for sunnier climes George 😉...

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  • 3dDave
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    Hi George 👍🏻

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  • gillybean
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    Originally posted by mizgeorge View Post
    If you want to be able to use it again, then yes, a jeweller's saw is the best option, and ideally you should saw through the original joint. If you are replacing the ring, then you can snip and scrap and buy a replacement if needed.
    Many thanks!

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  • MornieG Jewellery
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    Originally posted by mizgeorge View Post
    'ello Mo - thank you, all good with us.

    I'm always here - just not much of a chatterer
    I know, but always here to help if you can and there's not much jewellery wise you can't help with, which I have been grateful for in the past although I rarely make anything these days.

    Mo.XX

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  • mizgeorge
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    'ello Mo - thank you, all good with us.

    I'm always here - just not much of a chatterer

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  • MornieG Jewellery
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    Originally posted by mizgeorge View Post
    If you want to be able to use it again, then yes, a jeweller's saw is the best option, and ideally you should saw through the original joint. If you are replacing the ring, then you can snip and scrap and buy a replacement if needed.
    Hi George, long time no see........ yes I know no one has asked any sensible jewellery questions recently LOL Hope all is good with you XX

    Mo.XX

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  • mizgeorge
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    If you want to be able to use it again, then yes, a jeweller's saw is the best option, and ideally you should saw through the original joint. If you are replacing the ring, then you can snip and scrap and buy a replacement if needed.

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  • gillybean
    started a topic Removing soldered 9ct gold jump rings

    Removing soldered 9ct gold jump rings

    Hi
    How do I remove/open a jump ring made from 9ct gold that has been soldered closed?
    Is it a case of sawing through with a fine saw?
    Thanks in advance.
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