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Fostering Creative Freedom With CabKing

By Antoinette Rahn CabKing® is one of the most well-known names in the lapidary and glasswork industries. It is also one of four product...

Equipped to Create — Reentel Inc.

Editor's Note: Reentel is the featured advertiser of the first Tools of the Trade special section.  Since 1998, Reentel Inc. has been the premier...
Thunder egg from Richardson's

Collectors’ Corner: Chance Encounter of the Thunder Egg Kind

By Antoinette Rahn Sometimes all it takes is one moment, one look, one opportunity, or a single object to change the trajectory of a life. Birgitta...

What to Cut: Mindful of Maligano Jasper

By Russ Kaniuth Maligano Jasper is named after a small village in Sulawesi, Indonesia. This material was originally found about six to seven years ago,...

What to Cut: Turning to Turquoise

By Russ Kaniuth Turquoise is one of the most prestigious stones used in lapidary. It’s been used for thousands of years, even as far back...

Just Off the Wheels: Joe Spencer

By Erin Dana Balzrette A fellow Texan, as well as lapidary artist, I always enjoy chatting with Joe. Discussing lapidary work, as well as his...

Artisan Alley: Celebrating Nature’s Mysteries

By Antoinette Rahn and Erin Dana Balzrette "The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery." ~Francis Bacon The longer I live, the more I...

Artisan Alley: Sharing Natural Wonders

By Antoinette Rahn and Erin Dana Balzrette “Always be on the lookout for the presence of wonder.” ~E.B. White It is our humble opinion that among...
Burs

Bench Tips: Working Cabs from the Back (Part I)

By Bob Rush A few years back, when my wife and I were invited to show our display case at the Tucson Gem & Mineral...

Just Off the Wheels: William Clarke Walker III (Skye)

By Erin Dana Balzrette Chatting with William Clarke Walker III, better known as Skye, it is easy to see how self-assured he is about his...

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