Jewelry Making: Tips and Tricks of the Trade

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Krause Publications Craft, Jul 1, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Making jewelry at a professional level has never been so simple with this new guide. Inexpensive materials and cleverly adapted traditional methods make success inevitable. A book for all skill levels; every technique is photographed step-by-step with thorough explanation of common pitfalls and how to avoid them. Includes more than 50 original and stunning projects such as an octagonal ring, domed ear studs, a forged choker, and a brass bangle. The valuable introduction presents basic skills of simple jewelry making, how to build a collection of tools, types of metal to use, and the best design techniques.
  

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Contents

BASIC TECHNIQUES AND PROJECTS
21
FURTHER TECHNIQUES AND PROJECTS
51
GLOSSARY
124

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