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in a web of glass, pinned to the edges of vision

And you may ask yourself, 'how do I work this?'

I'd forgotten how often we saw Magritte

mucha mosaic

And you may ask yourself, 'how do I work this?'

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hammurabi
I have purchased a piece of silverplate. It is quite a pleasing form- however, it's had some of its silver scratched off here and there.
I am told that there are means of easily electroplating silver in your spare time, in the privacy of your own home; I haven't found any indications of how to do this, though.
Does anyone have suggestions?
  • I know silver -leafing- is workable... but silver plating tends to require quite a few highly poisonous chemicals, last I heard. A woman I took a few classes from was looking into it, along with electroforming, and she found that copper was the only "safe" metal to work with in-home, I believe.

    I do know you can send it off to places that do restorations on silver plate, though.
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