HOW TO START MAKING MONEY WITH YOUR CRAFTS
Kathryn Daputo, 160pp, 1995
Everything the amateur jeweler/crafter needs to know to turn an
enjoyable hobby into a successful and profitable business.
35 b/w illus. - 1lb. 10oz. - 0204182 - $18.99
HYDRAULIC DIE FORMING FOR JEWELERS AND METALSMITHS
Susan Kingsley, 95pp, 1993
Using this informative, ‘how-to’ manual, gain practical knowledge
about hydraulics with low cost techniques: equipment, various dies,
and die combinations. Contains tables and b/w photographs. Paperbound
- 1lb. 4oz. - 0204170 - $19.95
INDIAN JEWELRY MAKING
Oscar T. Branson, 64pp, 1977
A beautiful all-color photographic presentation of traditional
methods. Detailed instructions include techniques, tools and designs.
Spiralbound - 1lb. 13oz. - 0203083 - Vol. I - $11.95 - 0203084 - Vol.
II - $11.95
THE JEWELER’S ART: A Multimedia Approach
Alice Sprintzen, 164pp, 1995
Let your imagination be your guide. Anything can be used to create
beautiful jewelry and unique wearable art. This book shows you the
wide variety and range of materials and techniques. 22 color photos,
294 b/w photos. - 2lbs. 3oz. - 0204073 - $29.50
JEWELERS’ BENCH REFERENCE
Harold O’Connor, 68pp, 1977
Clear and concise on jewelry methods and problem solving.
The compact format makes it convenient to use at the workbench, easy
to carry in a coat pocket, or store in a tool box or desk drawer.
Spiralbound - 12oz. - 0204066 - $11.95
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