Silversmithing for Jewellery Makers (New Edition) (häftad)
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Silversmithing for Jewellery Makers (New Edition) (häftad)

Silversmithing for Jewellery Makers (New Edition)

Techniques, Treatments & Applications for Inspirational Design

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Silversmithing for Jewellery Makers is a lusciously illustrated book that offers an authoritative, inspirational insight into the art and craft of silver jewellery making for today's artisan. Now updated with new information, project inspiration and profiles of renowned jewellers, this remains the go-to book on silver jewellery making. Covering all the main skills, treatments and techniques, this comprehensive guide leaves nothing out. From soldering to engraving, every technique is explained with a detailed overview, followed by a carefully-illustrated step-by-step tutorial. Traditional techniques such as filigree are examined alongside contemporary designs and profiles of world-renowned jewellers, updated in this edition to also feature Cynthia Eid, Regine Schwarzer and Ute Decker. A treasure trove of useful tips and information, the book also includes extensive sections on materials, tools and health and safety. An invaluable resource for professionals, a must-have guide for beginners and a unique source of inspiration for all levels of jewellery makers and designers, this book guarantees a strong position on the backlist.
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  • Silversmithing for Jewellery Makers

    Elizabeth Bone

    Silversmithing for Jewellery Makers is a comprehensive examination of all the techniques, surface treatments, and innovations used by silver jewellery makers. Unlike more general silversmithing books that also include silver ornaments, this book p...

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Elizabeth is a professional jewellery artist, maker and educator. She has been designing and making jewellery for over 25 years, exhibiting and selling in the UK, Europe, America & Japan. Elizabeth's work has been featured in numerous jewellery publications and purchased by private collectors from all over the world. Elizabeth is passionate about sharing her knowledge. She has a wide range of teaching experience covering a broad spectrum of levels & subject areas. Visit Elizabeth's website to see more of her work.


SECTION ONE: TECHNIQUES AND PROFILES 4 Basic Techniques: Annealing and Pickling 6, Soldering 10, Cutting and Filing 16, Basic Forming 24, Shaping 30, Cold Connections 46, Wirework and Chains 52, Findings and Mechanisms 62, Casting 78 Surface Techniques: Texturing 84, Chasing and Repousse 94, Engraving 98, Etching 102, Reticulation 108, Oxidising and Colouring 112, Finishing Surfaces 116 Specialist Techniques: Married Metals 120, Stone Setting 138, Precious Metal Clay 148, Filigree 156, Granulation 160 Profiles: Cynthia Eid 168, Regine Schwarzer 169, Helga van Leipsig 170, Stepan Terteryan 171, Patricia Tschetter 172, Ute Decker 173 SECTION TWO: MATERIALS, TOOLS AND RESOURCES 174 Materials: Types of Silver 176, Silver Availability and Products 177 Tools: The Workbench 178, Bench Tools 178, Machinery 178, Hand Drills, Drill Bits and Burrs 178, Measuring 179, Marking 179, Cutting 179, Filing 179, Hammers 179, Mallets 180, Pliers 180, Stakes 180, Mandrels 180, Heating and Soldering 180, Metal Clay 181, Engraving 181, Chasing and Repousse 182, Stone Setting 182, Casting 182, Abrasives and Polishing 182, Chemicals 184 Health and Safety: Machinery 185, Chemicals 185, Heating and Soldering 185 Resources: Charts 186, Hallmarking 188, Index 189, Acknowledgements 192