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  • “Back to School” traditionally means the end of summer. The kids are sad, and the Moms are mostly not. The new routine sets in as it does every year. Back…

  • In the Beginning… When I was a young boy, some of my favorite times were drawing. We had matchbox cars and model airplanes and I love to play with them and…

  • We have been fortunate enough to have worked in CAD/CAM for a number of years and continue to work on a variety of machines in different locations that have given…

  • There is a fair amount of confusion as to what these terms mean and their importance, so in order to clarify we would like to define and explain their relevance.…

  • This is the first blog in a long overdue series that will be our latest and greatest creations and stories, thoughts, or otherwise. So for the brand new year we…

  • Engaging the Next Generation- FUSE + Christopher Duquet Fine Jewelry Christopher Duquet and Northwestern University recently collaborated once again on a Fuse Studio jewelry design challenge for their STEAM (science,…

  •   Who Doesn’t Like Jellybeans?! And who wouldn’t like them even more if they were beautiful, came in a nearly unlimited variety, and had no calories?! Well, nature’s jelly beans…

  • This ring was inspired by the vines and tendrils that are in so many pieces of art since time began, particularly the art of Aubrey Beardsley and the art nouveau…

  • One of our latest collections is called “Facing East.” It is inspired by the ancient and timeless architecture of Asia. The lines, balance, and harmony of these structures conveys a…

  •   Bridges and structures like them are so interesting because of the triumph of engineering the lightest, most efficient way of solving a 3 dimensional problem. Gold, like steel, in…

  • Back in the Middle Ages jewelry was a little more lethal! Rings were made for royal customers and the merchant princes that were elaborate and decorative, and sometimes had another…

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