Easy-to-follow instructions and carefully executed illustrations make it possible for anyone to learn the basics of an age-old art form and fashion beautiful, lasting objects. Author discusses tools and techniques, use of gems and enamels, wire inlay, casting, and other topics. 72 line illustrations... read more
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Unabridged republication of Metalworking for Jewelry: Tools, Materials, Techniques, published by Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, 1979.
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