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JEWELRY MAKER’S HANDBOOK
Iva L. Geisinger, 64pp, 1973
Illustrated step-by-step instructions covering many techniques.
Paperbound - 12oz. - 0203106 - $5.95

JEWELRY MAKING AND DESIGN
Augustus F. Rose and Antonio Cirino, 306pp, 1967
This edition is in two parts. The first follows 25 jewelry-making
projects from design to finished piece. The second is devoted to
design. Paperbound - 14oz. - 0203105 - $7.95

JEWELRY MAKING FOR BEGINNERS: The Scroll Wire Method
Edward J. Soukup, 48pp, 1973
An easy-to-learn method for fabricating soldered jewelry pieces that
will keep the novice from getting discouraged. All steps are clearly
shown with photos and detailed text. Paperbound - 11oz. - 0203107 -
$4.00

JEWELRY MAKING FOR PROFIT
James E. Hickling, 175pp, 1995
The main difference between making jewelry for pleasure and making it
for profit is the speed of production. Once a design is chosen, this
book shows how to devise an efficient means of manufacture to
guarantee a return. 1lb. 8oz. - 0204179 - $29.95

Available from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) Bookstore
Send order inquiries with address and details (in order to determine
shipping charges) to - Susan Van De Vyvere svandevy@gia.org
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