I use liver of sulphur to turn my silver jewelry black (gunmetal gray really) while not affecting the gold settings. Many people have come up to me at shows mentioning that I could plate the jewelry in Rhodium that is black and which would be much more permanent. Does anyone have some insight, resources or a general yes you can do it or definitely not...regarding this process?

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Alison, You might get a good response to your question if you post it again in this group:

http://crafthaus.ning.com/group/thinking_out_loud

:-)

Brigitte

thank you.

 

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