The Encyclopedia of Jewelry-making Techniques

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Running Press, 1995 - Crafts & Hobbies - 176 pages
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Comprehensive reference to jewelry-making techniques from annealing to wireworking. Learn to craft exquisite brooches, tie pins, necklaces, earriings, bracelets, and more. Use materials from classic to contemporary including gold, silver, plastics, and even precious stones. Step-by-step photographs help you to achieve professional results. Includes an inspirational gallery of finished pieces from expert jewelers.

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I had hoped this book would be a great addition to the Basic Jewelry Making book that I also purchased. It was not. If I had not thrown away my invoice I would have returned this book. Read full review

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Purchased this book at a great price and I am completely satisfied with the book. This book outlines most of the intricate metal and design techniques you could ever desire to learn. Read full review


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Alister E. McGrath is Professor of Historical Theology at Oxford University, and Senior Research Fellow at Harris Manchester College, Oxford. He is the author of numerous popular theology textbooks, including "Christian Theology, "fourth edition and "The Christian Theology Reader," third edition. Readers may wish to use this book in order to make the transition to these more challenging texts.

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