Lovely sea pottery and sea glass necklace for Valentines Day by Silver Scatterings
7 Quick Tips for Holding your Glass and Stone Whilst Drilling
Suggestions of what you could use to rest on whilst drilling a hole, making jewellery or glass engraving.
Arachnophobia by Lesley Pyke Glass Engraving Ltd
Lesley Pyke used diamond high speed FG dental burrs to engrave this spider onto glass...
Rock Solid By Carlo G Verda
The pebble used in this design was just one I picked up from the beach and was not particulary hard. I used a small cutting disk to shape the curved edges for the roof and a 6mm core drill for the central hole.
Lesley Pyke Glass Engravings
Lesley Pyke used our Diamond High Speed FG Dental Burs to carve and engrave these two beautiful pieces of work. The first picture shows the Cone (Coarse) bur in use to carve away the glass, creating a scalloped type effect edge. The second picture...
Designs By Cara Louise, Agate Two Finger Ring
To make the two finger ring, Cara measured the distance between both fingers before drilling into the agate using one of our 2mm diamond core drill bits. She then made the silver ring bands, each with a 2mm round silver wire post on top which will be used...
Bobbie Coleman's Sea Glass, Beach Pottery and Driftwood Hanging
Bobbie Coleman uses small diamond drill bits for her glass art and mixed media hangings.
Pete's Pots Soap Dish
The holes in this soap dish with hand-carved bamboo supports get blocked with glaze, so Pete from Pete's Pots uses our diamond core drills to clear them.
Boodi Blu Jewellery
'To create Boodi Blu jewellery I drill holes into the china using a Dremel drill and Eternal Tools diamond drill bits. I use a 0.75mm or 1mm diamond drill bit. Holding the china underwater...
Fire Bulbs by Eugene Stevenson
Artist Eugene Stevenson carves up light bulbs using small diamond slitting discs then photographs them as he 'puts them to death'. His next project is to carve a tree into the side of a light bulb using diamond point burs (rats tail burs) and core drills.