01 September 2020

£15.99

BC Paperback Flexi bound

190x246 mm

9781782217350

9781782217350

192 pages

Search Press

Silver Jewellery Making

by Machi de Waard & Janet Richardson

Silver Jewellery Making is a practical beginners’ guide to making silver jewellery, with step-by-step projects guiding the reader through seven projects. These are designed to help the reader gain skills and techniques and eventually progress to making their own designs.

The tried-and-tested projects have been developed by Janet over forty years of teaching and have been honed to develop readers’ skills in a practical, doable order. The emphasis is on teaching good practice and acquiring the basic techniques and skills to give the reader a solid basis for developing their jewellery-making capabilities.

Tools will be introduced for each individual project, and their uses and correct handling explained. Troubleshooting tips explain how to overcome common problems that may arise. At the conclusion of each project, there will be examples of how the skills gained can be used to make other items.

The book is for those who wish to start jewellery making either on their own or as a supplement to beginners’ classes.

Book Contents

Introduction

How to use this book

Health and Safety

Tools, materials and set-up guidance

Project one: Two silver rings, one with square wire and one with round wire

Project two: Twist ring one with round wire and one with square wire

 

Project three: stone chip earrings

Project four: a textured pendant

Project five: rub-over stone setting on stack rings using one of the rings from project one or two

Project six: cut card brooch

Project seven: using scrap to make a fused pendant and stud earrings

Design inspiration

Glossary

Appendix

 

Index

Information
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