The Art of Making JewelryBook - 2005
Colorful, textural, and loaded with style, handmade jewelry is exciting to make and even more fun to wear. Whether using beautiful stones such as turquoise, amethyst, and amber, or simple paper beads, woven paper, or paper decoupage, there are projects here to appeal to every taste and ability. Each design also includes variation suggestions and professional in-depth tips and information on techniques, tools, and supplies for the novice jewelry maker to ensure success. The Art of Jewelry Making offers hundreds of full-color photographs which highlight the rich luster of the projects and explore a wide range of styles that are timeless and elegant, sleek and modern, bold and ornate. Exciting profiles of 20 renowned jewelers and their most creative work are also featured.
Publisher: San Diego, CA : Thunder Bay Press, c2005
Branch Call Number: 739.27 KRU
Characteristics: 288 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm
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