David Davey's picture of a clock plate. He used our small diamond grinding wheels to make the engravers for the intricate work seen here.
Engraved Clock Plate
Kriket Broadhurst Sea Glass Bangle
This bracelet and others by Kriket Broadhurst was made using our small diamond drill bits and will be submitted for display as part of an exhibition at the LLangollen International Eisteddfod and The Anglesey show.
Masterful Mosaics 'Seduced'
Kyle from Masterful Mosaics had to use many different sized diamond grinders for this piece so the use of our Dremel Multi Chuck came in handy so that he didn't have to keep changing collets.
Mike Flood Glassware Sculptures
Sculptor and artist, Mike Flood created this giraffe and tortoise completely out of glassware and crockery for the leading cutlery and glassware company, John Artis. By using diamond core drills; and a steady hand! these wonderful creations were made.
Balance Staff. Watch Services
Mark from Watch Services shows us a new balance staff he has made, mounted in his Jacot tool ready to be burnished, and tells us the tools he used to help him with the project.
Pebblestack Pendant 'Heart Cairn'
Binks Edmonds 'Heart Cairn' pebble stack pendant using indonesian beach pebbles, diamond drill bits to drill the holes and oxidised fine silver PMC.
Glass Engraved, Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Plate
Glass engraving Diamond Jubilee Plate by Victoria Golby.
Glass Belt Buckle By Margot May Designs
Funky Fossil Ammonite Necklace
Tina Marshall from Funky Fossil uses our diamond drill bits to drill holes through Ammonite, Orthocera fossil, Jasper and Amethyst.
Lyn Waddington made this motherboard ring by cutting out the discs using an 18mm core drill bit, then smoothed off the edges with a 600 grit flat diamond file. It was then set in resin before mounting.