The Technique of JewelryThe Technique of Jewelry



The tools, materials, and techniques of every aspect of jewelry making are systematically described for the beginner or advanced artisan as well as the professional jeweler

Author: Rod Edwards

Publisher: Macmillan Publishing Company

ISBN: UOM:39015006798345

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Page: 240

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The tools, materials, and techniques of every aspect of jewelry making are systematically described for the beginner or advanced artisan as well as the professional jeweler

Jewelry TechniquesJewelry Techniques



With more than four hundred color illustrations, this helpful instructional guide provides tips and tricks for making an array of jewelry from a diverse collection of materials, including plastic, glass, concrete, precious metal, and ...

Author: Anastasia Young

Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications

ISBN: 0823026043

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Page: 256

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With more than four hundred color illustrations, this helpful instructional guide provides tips and tricks for making an array of jewelry from a diverse collection of materials, including plastic, glass, concrete, precious metal, and porcelain.

Jewelry Contemporary Design and TechniqueJewelry Contemporary Design and Technique



"This comprehensive lavishly illustrated book offers all the information needed to create handmade jewelry and other metal objects.

Author: Chuck Evans

Publisher: Davis

ISBN: 0871921413

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Page: 267

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"This comprehensive lavishly illustrated book offers all the information needed to create handmade jewelry and other metal objects. More than 65 metalworking techniques are clearly and concisely explained, supported by detailed step-by-step photographs. Special features are detailed sections on anodizing aluminum, wire overlay -- inlay, coloration of titanium, lightweight thin-walled castings, twisted wire lamination and much more. --P. [4] of cover.

Jewelry MakingJewelry Making



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: Tim McCreight

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486440439

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Page: 160

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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 and diagrams.

Bead Jewelry 101Bead Jewelry 101



Master Basic Skills and Techniques Easily Through Step-by-Step Instruction
Karen Mitchell, Ann Mitchell. JUMP RINGS: Jump Ring and Bead Necklace Now
that you have mastered the technique of creating your own chain, explore the
infinite ...

Author: Karen Mitchell

Publisher: Quarry Books

ISBN: 9781631597596

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Page: 200

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Bead Jewelry 101, now in paperback, is a complete entry-level course for creating beaded jewelry taught through 30 step-by-step projects that demonstrate fundamental methods for stringing and wirework. Have you always wanted to try jewelry making but aren’t sure where to begin? Bead Jewelry 101 teaches you everything you need to know to create beautiful jewelry with beads. The Basics walks you through all the tools, materials, and basic construction techniques you’ll use for the projects. The Projects are organized by various findings, or jewelry elements, so you’ll learn new techniques and build new skills with every piece you make. Beautiful variations will inspire you to create your own designs. Beginners will also find the accompanying online videos that capture the techniques in action an invaluable resource. Written specifically for beginners, the books in the 101 series are complete illustrated guides to the basics of a craft that use projects presented with full-color, step-by-step instructions and photos to teach essential techniques.

Jewelry Basic Techniques and DesignJewelry Basic Techniques and Design



Examples of artists ? work have been selected not only to illustrate techniques
but because each piece makes a strong ... The chapter on creating jewelry from
materials other than metal presents a background for working in materials such
as ...

Author: Alice Sprintzen

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000008236968

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Page: 222

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Demonstrates the skills of sawing, piercing, soldering, chasing, casting, laminating, weaving, coiling, and using rivets, hinges, and chains in creating jewelry

Sensational Soutache Jewelry MakingSensational Soutache Jewelry Making



"In Sensational Soutache Jewelry Making, you'll learn the basic techniques of soutache embroidery, and then get creative with 15 easy-to-follow projects for bracelets, earrings, brooches, rings and necklaces.

Author: Csilla Papp

Publisher: Fons & Porter Books

ISBN: 1440243743

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Page: 128

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"In Sensational Soutache Jewelry Making, you'll learn the basic techniques of soutache embroidery, and then get creative with 15 easy-to-follow projects for bracelets, earrings, brooches, rings and necklaces. Get inspired by author Csilla Papp's ideas, then use your imagination to put your own twists on projects like the simple but stunning Zima Earrings and Baroque Bracelet, or a challenging statement piece like the India Choker. Color and stone choice combine with elaborate braids to make these pieces distinctly yours."--provided from Amazon.com.

Micro Macram JewelryMicro Macram Jewelry



This informative guide teaches you the essential knots and techniques of Micro-Macram and Cavandoli knotted jewelry.

Author: Joan R. Babcock

Publisher:

ISBN: 097730521X

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Page: 82

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This informative guide teaches you the essential knots and techniques of Micro-Macrame and Cavandoli knotted jewelry. Clear step-by-step instructions along with useful tips will inspire the beginner as well as the more advanced knotter. Included are 10 great jewelry projects for earrings, bracelets, pins and necklaces. 80 pages with over 130 black and white detailed illustrations. Explore the possibilities of using fine-scale macrame in combination with beads to create jewelry that is both beautiful to look at and fun to make."

Basic Jewelry Making TechniquesBasic Jewelry Making Techniques



JEWELRY MAKING TECHNIQUES Many people regard making jewelry as being
too complex and time - consuming . Basic Jewelry Making Techniques shows
how , once the basic techniques are mastered , even the most apparently ...

Author: Susan Tolland

Publisher: Book Sales

ISBN: UOM:39076002790751

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Page: 112

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A guide to jewelry making provides readers with step-by-step full-color photographs and all the technical knowledge necessary to create modern and traditional jewelry from many different materials.

Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia



In order to join two pieces of metal into one , the technique of fusing is applied .
Using intense heat and copper carbonate , the craftsman can make filigreed wire
and tiny metal granules . When he is ready to assemble a whole piece of jewelry
 ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433071866028

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Folk Jewelry of the WorldFolk Jewelry of the World



Chasing means the chiseling of figures . In the case of punching , small circles ,
triangles , or other designs on a punch machine are punched into the piece of
jewelry to create patterns or ornamental borders . Engra ving is the technique
with ...

Author: Ger Daniëls

Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications

ISBN: IND:30000004364083

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Page: 200

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A survey of ethnic jewelry from the end of the 19th century to the present. Fine illustrations (241 color) were hand-drawn by the author using as models museum pieces, photos, and jewelry that is still worn as part of traditional costume. Virtually all types of jewelry are represented: brooches, pendants, and ear and nose rings, ornate headdresses and breastplates, belts and bags, as well as shell and beadwork. Of special interest is the similarity of designs, motifs, and symbols among peoples of different regions who before this century had no known contact. A lovely book. 9.5x13". Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Jewelry Making Techniques BookJewelry Making Techniques Book



This guide blends more than 50 simple techniques with more sophisticated methods to enable readers to build on their skills at home or in a small workshop.

Author: Elizabeth Olver

Publisher: North Light Books

ISBN: 1581802102

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Page: 128

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Jewelry making is a captivating subject that allows even beginners to make objects of real beauty and lasting value. This guide blends more than 50 simple techniques with more sophisticated methods to enable readers to build on their skills at home or in a small workshop. Starting with pieces that focus on the basics, the projects progress into more complex, eye-catching designs. Detailed illustrations show how to master potentially challenging methods, including mitering and stone setting. Large color photos of finished pieces using an array of gorgeous metals and stones provide additional inspiration while showing the practical application of each technique. In-depth sections cover: - Tools, equipment, materials and chemicals - Weighing, measuring and cutting various metals and stones - Cutting, forming, soldering, casting and stone-setting - Decoration and assembly - Finishes and surface decoration - Fittings and findings Elizabeth Olver has a Masters degree in jewelry making and design and teaches at the college level. Her work is sold in many stores and galleries, including Harrod's and Saks Fifth Avenue. Olver is also the author of Jewelry Design: the Artisan's Reference.

Wax and CastingWax and Casting



Incorporates design philosophy & the importance of a personal vision. The book is designed to help you with your designs & development of your skills. Assumes no prior experience with the lost wax jewelry casting process.

Author: Roger Armstrong

Publisher: Star Publishing Company (Belmont, CA)

ISBN: 089863038X

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Page: 183

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WAX AND CASTING: A NOTEBOOK OF JEWELRY DESIGN AND TECHNIQUE, by Roger Armstrong, is a very understandable guide to the basics of making jewelry using "wax & casting" techniques. Explains techniques & processes in a clear progression of steps, with detailed instructions, drawings & tips. Incorporates design philosophy & the importance of a personal vision. The book is designed to help you with your designs & development of your skills. Assumes no prior experience with the lost wax jewelry casting process. Star Publishing Company, P.O. Box 68, Belmont, CA 94002 ISBN: 0-89863-038-X See also, BEGINNING JEWELRY, by Roger Armstrong. ISBN; 0-98963-1Phone (650) 591-3505; fax (650) 591-3898; email [email protected]

Silver Soldering SimplifiedSilver Soldering Simplified



Scott David Plumlee, author of Handcrafting Chain and Bead Jewelry, teaches jewelry makers how to use a revolutionary new soldering paste and a small hand-held butane torch to create a range of seemingly complex but easily doable chain and ...

Author: Scott David Plumlee

Publisher: Potter Craft

ISBN: 9780770433680

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Page: 160

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Popular jewelry designer and instructor Scott David Plumlee shows readers how to create 24 intricate-looking earrings, bracelets, and necklaces at home with a new quick and easy soldering technique. An innovative new material is turning traditional soldering upside down. Scott David Plumlee, author of Handcrafting Chain and Bead Jewelry, teaches jewelry makers how to use a revolutionary new soldering paste and a small hand-held butane torch to create a range of seemingly complex but easily doable chain and bead designs at their kitchen table--no elaborate, expensive studio required. Scott's ingenious methods, clear instruction, and inspiring designs will give any aspiring jewelry maker the confidence to master this formerly intimidating technique.