I began learning my trade as a jeweller in 1987 with a local jewellery manufacturing / retail shop working as an apprentice.
I have worked in Melbourne and the UK in various workshops and I have worked with platinum since around 2000
Platinum is a dense and malleable metal that will take an excellent polish and never corrode
Higher temperatures are needed to fuse and solder platinum. Because of its long wearing properties platinum can last a lifetime. The density and malleability allow for better detail, polish, strength and longevity
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This is where jewellery is made. Working to catch the lamel, thinking about hand tools like gravers, drills, burrs, pliers and files
In the workshop there are rolling mills, setting and engraving equipment and tools for shaping, soldering and polishing
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