Victoria Lansford



Dating back to the Egyptians and the Etruscans, this technique involves placing tiny spheres of gold or silver on a base sheet and fusing (which is really a technical way of saying melting) them together. The method I prefer uses sterling silver and/or 18K gold. The copper in each of these alloys melts first and joins spheres to sheet in a diffusion bonding process. I often use wire in this same technique. It looks like filigree, but differs in that there is no solder joining it to the base sheet.

Watch Victoria do this technique on HGTV's show, That's Clever


Learn Victoria's method for sterling and 18k granulation with this online class

Granulation Technique Demystified craftsy class with Victoria

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Solar Flare, ring

Solar Flare


Rivers of Gold VIII, choker

Rivers of Gold VIII


Sea Foam (ring)


Rivers of Gold III Turbulent Landscape Turbulent Landscape II
Occulto III
Introspiral Tangled Web


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