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  1. White Birdseye Maple Bangle with Stainless Steel Core

    Another of the prototype designs. making these to order for folks. Steamed and bent pale birdseye maple mounted on a stainless steel bangle core. This wood is figured nicely for birdseye. hard to see in the photos. Excellent white-on-white effect.
  2. 1st Bracelet, 1st application of Inlay

    Segmented bracelet, purple heart and maple. After aligning a sanding jig, the pieces to test it out could not go to waste. I followed up my "New" skills with trying out some inlay. All in all I am proud of it.
  3. Flamin' Bangle

    Here is a fiery bangle made from some absolutely fabulous Flame Box Elder. Set over 316 Stainless Steel, this size 7.5 bangle didn't make it 50 feet before it found a new owner… My wife! She snagged it and won't let go. Finished with CA and wet sanded to 12,000 grit using MM. PM me for a...
  4. Bangle - African Blackwood over Stainless Steel - Size 8

    My latest Bangle - The African Blackwood - The process I usually go through is to cut the wood blank with my Bosch carbide hole saw's (First 3.75, then 2.25), then it goes into a toaster oven for up to a day depending on wood moisture content, then once dry it get's put into a vacuum chamber...
  5. A few more segmented bracelets...or rather bangles?

    I made the bracelet on the left, and my son made the other one. It turned out to be a nice Sunday in the garage with the boy…NO PUN INTENDED. He noticed that a few ladies were very interested in the last one that I made….Facebook response was overwhelming. I coached him along…he had a good...
  6. Cholla Cactus Bangle

    It's made from the Jumping Cholla Cactus skeleton which grows in Arizona cast in Allumilite dyed epoxy resins - This is a Rose color. Check it out and my others on Etsy: Thank you
  7. Wooden Bangle

    This was my wife's suggestion, this is the first one I made. It was difficult to figure out, but I will do better next time. This is walnut and maple.
  8. Cholla Cactus Bangles -Blushing Pink and Pixy Purple

    Just made these two beauties over the last few days. They're both Cholla Cast with Allumilite colored Epoxy over Stainless Steel cores. They're a little more delicate than others I've made but the end result is worth it. The Blushing Pink (1st 3 pics) is a size 8. The Pixy Purple (last 3...
  9. Rose Cholla "Slimline" and Blushing Pink Cholla

    Here's a few more Bangles: Blushing Pink Alumilite Resin Cast with Cholla Cactus over Stainless Steel - Size 8. Rose Alumilite Resin Cast with Cholla Cactus over Copper - Size 8. Of Wood & Vine Designs 30% off for the month of Sept For Bangles and Rings - Use Coupon Code "30PERCENTSEPT"...
  10. Desert Ironwood Bangle with Crushed Turquoise inlay

    Just finished my first bangle. I got this idea from the Bangle Guy of course. He has an excellent tutorial of how to do this from start to finish. The wood is Desert Ironwood from Arizona. This stuff grows all over the place out there. The core is stainless steel and the inlay in crushed...
  11. Brownie Points with Wife

    Here is another bangle from Eric "The Bangle Guy". Stabilized Manzanita Burl with turquoise inlay. I've made several of these, but this one was for my wife from the start. She was very happy to get it and is currently trying to figure out what to wear tomorrow to work with it. Thanks for looking...
  12. More bangles after a few years away from wood working..

    Been a while since I've made some bangles. Decided to make my friends and family Christmas presents.
  13. New bangles part two

    Made a few dozen this time. Installed a three phase motor and VFD since my last postings. Really helped being able to show the lathe down.
  14. Black Ash Burl Bangle

    This is my first attempt at a bangle bracelet. It is Black Ash Burl and was finished with a CA finish and polish. I purchased the stainless steel core from The Bangle Guy and he was very nice to work with. I was intially going to sell it, but ended up donating it with some other turned items to...
  15. Bangle for my wife

    I made her another one but she said it was to wide. She is a small frame lady and likes smaller things. I took some maple and African mahogany and glued together. Turned it to her specks. She was well pleased with this one. Like them browney points. One "atta boy" covers a whole lot of...
  16. Anodized Titanium Ring Core with Purple heart

    I've been playing around with the Ring Cores from Wild Wood Design It wasn't until after I made the first couple I realized the Titanium ones could be anodized. This is the first attempt with this process, and was a customer request of wood and colour. The fourth picture shows the potential...
  17. Bangle & earrings for my Niece

    My Niece helps us with my Wife and I's Moms so I made her this bracelet to say thank you. I glued three types of wood together and turned it from this blank. I used maple, mahogany & oak. I cut the corners off the blank with my bandsaw and glued them together in pairs. I then made her some...
  18. Cholla and Copper Bangle

    I finally made it back into the shop tonight and finished a bangle that I had started a month ago. Shees! I will be glad when fall comes so I can let up on the yard work :) This is a women's size 8 copper (wide) and alumilite potted cholla bangle. I finished it using CA and the foam wiper...
  19. Manzanita and Turquoise

    Here is a picture I recently took of a Manzanita Burl bangle with a crushed turquoise inlay. My 12 year old daughter is wearing the bangle… Man! She is growing up :( I made this bangle about two months ago, but am just getting it posted. I also have attached a picture of an Aspen Burl bangle...
  20. solid wood Bangles

    the rings went so well,i thought i'd try bangles as a quick experiment, these were 1 piece solid oak. i also have a 3-layerd one gluing up now i'll turn tomorrow.next will be matching sets. maybe earrings/pendants after that. these took a bit longer than the rings. Definitely longer than they...
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