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Steampunk Cat Rings in Brass and Silver by LadySashaviv Steampunk Cat Rings in Brass and Silver by LadySashaviv
Steampunk Cat Rings!!! Reall, do I need to say more? Availible in brass and silver :D They\'re adorable and fun and unique.

Like em? Check them out in my shop here: [link]

Also, please please please stop by and like my Facebook page. Every like and view helps me get my name and product out there. I post previews, coupon codes for discounts, sales, and GIVEAWAYS :love:

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ZLMummie Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2013
~I WANT ONE OF EACH!!!
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LadySashaviv Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
yay :dance:
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Arsenal-Best Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013
Like that gunslinger cat (brown hat). :D

If I may ask:
where do you obtain those brass casings with the glass for your rings or do you make them yourself?
I've been looking for such pieces for a couple of my projects, but didn't wanted to slay a whole antique typewriter just for a few bits.
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LadySashaviv Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
they're just rings with a cameo setting and then i topped them with a little epoxy cabochon done. the rings i buy through Etsy,and then the little domes I get at Michale's. They're 12mm self adhesives so you don't have to worry about glue ruining the image beneath.
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Arsenal-Best Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013
Ingenious!
It's always great to discover some new stuff, one didn't know about before. The cameo settings seem quite a useful item for multiple purposes.
Lovely.
Thanks for the insight.
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LadySashaviv Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No problem :D I love love love cameo settings especially if you work with clays or resins. You don't have to worry about exposed sides :dance: and if you get ones with filigree its takes something super simple and dresses it up super quickly.
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Arsenal-Best Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2013
Indeed.

And there are so many possibilities. One could use those settings with the cabochons easily as keys on a steampunk keyboard instead of slaughtering some antique typewriter or even combined with a fitting watchglass instead of the solid glass cabochon as a miniature gauges...
Simply great!
I really have to thank you for bringing these to my attention. :hug:
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LadySashaviv Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Again, you're welcome and I never thought about using them as type writer keys. that's genius!
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Arsenal-Best Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2013
Thanks.
Basically I was always searching for a substitute for those typewriter keys, so after I saw your rings, it was basically just 2+2. ;)
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kaburninator Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013
can you wear that many rings on a digit?
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