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THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF JEWELRY-MAKING TECHNIQUES
Jinks McGrath, 176pp, 1995
An A-Z visual directory details more than 40 techniques, from annealing
to using wire. Each entry is explained and illustrated through step-by-step
text and photos. Beautiful gallery section provides a range of contemporary
ideas and inspiration. - 2lbs. 5oz. - 0204180 - $24.95

ENGRAVING ON PRECIOUS METALS
A. Brittain and P. Morton, 228pp, 1958
For everyone who wishes to learn hand engraving, this books reveals
many previously undisclosed practices of the commercial engraver.
All aspects of the craft are covered exhaustively, including the use of
the machine engraver. 250 drawings. - 1lb. 6oz. - 0204164 - $35.00

FIRST STEPS IN ENAMELING
Jinks McGrath, 96pp, 1994
Easy-to-follow instructions, hands-on projects and a stunning gallery of
inspirational finished pieces make this book an invaluable beginner’s
manual and an on-going reference guide. - 2lbs. - 0204165 - $12.95

THE FLEXIBLE SHAFT MACHINE
Harold O’Connor, 47pp, 1983
The material in this book is meant to benefit both the tool supplier and
the craftspeople. It will help the supplier sell craftspeople the
appropriate
burr for each particular job. Paperbound - 1lb. - 0203064 - $9.00

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