'Something's Fishy' Jewelry Pendant

Make an exotic fish metal jewelry piece that can be worn as a necklace or a pin.

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20. Set the stone (fish eye) in the bezel.

21. Patina the fish by dipping it in a warm solution of a few drops each of liver of sulphur and ammonia, diluted in water until the desired color spectrum is achieved. Stop the action with cold water.

22. Clean up the bezel using the silicon wheels on the flex shaft. Polish the outside and top edges of the frame with polishing compound and a muslin wheel on the flex shaft. Use a high-shine pink silicone wheel without the flex shaft like an eraser to remove the patina from the 24K gold embellishment.

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