Simple diagrams, concise lists of tools, and easy explanations of fundamental techniques will help novice jewelry makers create dozens of beautiful baubles in no time! Using common metals such as silver, copper, iron, and tin, beginners will hone their skills, expand their creative horizons, and make... read more
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Simple diagrams, concise lists of tools, and easy explanations of fundamental techniques will help novice jewelry makers create dozens of beautiful baubles in no time! Using common metals such as silver, copper, iron, and tin, beginners will hone their skills, expand their creative horizons, and make such wonderful, wearable pieces as: •Bracelets •Brooches •Necklaces •Rings •Barrettes •Pendants •Buckles •Charms •Buttons •Scarf Holders ...and more! Lavishly illustrated with over 400 detailed line drawings, this remarkable primer guides crafters of all ages step by simple step to jewelry making success--from sawing, piercing, and soldering to producing decorative wire work, polishing, and finishing. It also includes a gallery of gorgeous design motifs to inspire original jewelry designs!
Reprint of the D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., Princeton, 1957 edition.
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