Bridal Jewellery

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A & C Black, 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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Bridal jewellery is, for many women, the most cherished jewellery they will ever own, linked to one of the most emotionally-charged chapters of their lives. This handbook provides an insight into the unique world of catering to this market, guiding the reader through the process of consulting, designing and making. Set out in the easy to follow handbook layout, the book includes simple tips as well as step-by-step demonstrations aimed at beginners or those looking to improve their skills. There is also a section on building up a business and a comprehensive appendix to make this both a long-term reference book and a valuable companion for the more entrepreneurial craftsperson.

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Contents

Acknowledgements
6
Materials and Tools
19
Engagement and Wedding Rings
27
Tiaras and Headdresses
41
Necklaces Bracelets and Earrings
55
Other Wedding Accessories
69
Building a Bridal Jewellery Business
77
Further Reading
94
Copyright

About the author (2008)

Clare Yarwood-White launched Yarwood-White in the Autumn of 2003,
fusing her passion for jewellery design with a desire to create a
successful business. Her jewellery has been featured in magazines and
on television, and according to Vogue.com is "a guaranteed mood
enhancer". Clare was Winner of the Best Wedding Accessory
Designer award at the Wedding Ideas Wedding Awards in both 2006 and
2007, and from March 2007 the Yarwood-White Bridal Jewellery range will
be on sale at Liberty, Regent Street.

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