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#1

Hello: A few weeks ago, before I learned how to captures information
off the screen, someone named Chris, I believe, gave us lists of http
addresses of very interesting sites to visit re: patination
metalworking, casting, etc. Chris, if you are there, could you please
repeat the list once more (for we novices in the group)? It was a great
list and would be much appreciated.
Thanks.
Susan Card

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#2

At 14:44 08/07/96 -0700, you wrote:

Hello: A few weeks ago, before I learned how to captures information
off the screen, someone named Chris, I believe, gave us lists of http
addresses of very interesting sites to visit re: patination
metalworking, casting, etc. Chris, if you are there, could you please
repeat the list once more (for we novices in the group)? It was a great
list and would be much appreciated.
Thanks.
Susan Card

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can i possible get a lift in this list ?

thanks,

ricardo

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#3

Hello: A few weeks ago, before I learned how to captures information
off the screen, someone named Chris, I believe, gave us lists of http
addresses of very interesting sites to visit re: patination
metalworking, casting, etc. Chris, if you are there, could you please
repeat the list once more (for we novices in the group)? It was a great
list and would be much appreciated.
Thanks.
Susan Card

Hi:

Here is the original message again,
Hope it helps

Hanuman

We recently received a very nice list of URLs related to jewelry manufacturing from one of
Orchids members - brainnet@cadvision.com (Charles Lewton-Brain)

(Don’t be supprised if you find your own site listed!)

http://kaos.deepcove.com/cig/
Gemmology World-a superb site for gem information

http://www.phoaks.com/phoaks/rec/crafts/metalworking
(Hot links to metalworking sites)

http://www.olympus.net/personal/jfrauke/gemlinks.htm
(gem subject links)

http://galaxy.einet.net/images/gem/gem-icons.html

http://www.telepart.com/~parlec/catalog.html
(colorburst studios-interesting site for niobium jewlery and links)

http://www.colorburst.com/~paulec/resources.html
-The Colorburst links page- good links to resources

http://www.interart.net/jewelry/jane.mason/../footnotes/default.html
(gem notes)

http://www.jewelrysource.com/
jewelry connections - dealers, sources etc)

(Nerdworld - a cool connections place) http://www.nerdworld.com

http://io.hewi.ac.uk/pros96/art_des/jewel.htm
(school for jewelry home page -a good example)

http://www.tafensw.edu.an/trainingdivs/arts/5391.html
(TAFE NSW - J. Repair course info)

http://134.7.142.184/students/j.3d/BenS
(student website/jewelry)

Rian de Jong: htp://www.fwi.uva.nl/~boncz/artvark/rian/main.html
Dutch Art Jeweler

http://www.tcp.co.uk/~amulet/ringmaker/index.html
(jeweller page)

http://www.xmission.com/~archiv/gcbook/contents.html
(garnet casting block book + pics)

http://www.toolworld.com/machtool/html
(tools + links)

http://www.refractal.com
Refractal Design, Inc., an interesting site

http://www.digitalnation.com/ward/
(gem book publishers: orders etc.)

http://ddi.digital.net/7Emilieux/supplies/websupplies.html
(costume and supplies hot links site)

http://empiremall.com/gemhut
(great gem links)

http://kafka.uvic.ca/visualarts/docs/www.html
good art/crafts links spot

http://www.io.org/~bodyart/catalog/cat008.html
a nicely done body piercing jewelry catalog site. Not for the faint of heart.

http://www.soton.ac.uk/~rpevtzow/bodyart.html
A fairly definitive listing of body art links.

http://www.postmodern.com/~mcb/piercing.html
A body piercing site with explanations and links to related sites for those
who are interested

http://www.wweb.com/gems/about.htm
Raymond Gabriel, nice stones for sale, deals with arty shapes.

http://www.jewelers.org/
Jewelers of America site. good for consumers, a little smarmy
and sales-talk like, a little slow loading for my taste.

http://storo.sn.no/~bmoen/interestlinks.html
Jeane’s corner. A personal home page in Norway with an eclectic set of good
links and some nice jewlery ones.

gopher://atlas.chem.utah.edu/11/MSDS
Check the chemicals you work with at this MSDS site.

http://www.national-jeweler.com/
National Jewelry Magazine home page, good gem links (recomendation from
Fred Ward)

http://www.ticllc.net/home/rgolden/mymarks.htm
Roger Golden’s bookmarks. A gigantic list of links on all kinds of subjects.

http://www.connect2.org/cc/
Creativity Connection, sources for arts/crafts/crafters, links and more.

http://www.switchboard.com/
A cool new connection service (still for free) to find individuals and
companies etc.

http://geology.wisc.edu/~jill/306.html
An excellent gemology course and info site. Don’t miss this one if you are
into gems.

http://blue.temple.edu/~crafts/jmcc/jmcc.html
The Tyler School of Art Jewelry/metals Program CADCAM site, hints of the
future for metalsmiths.

http://www.ids.net/~slvrsmth/sashome.htm
The Society of American Silversmiths (SAS), info, artisan gallery, links,
l articles.

http://www.ids.net/~slvrsmth/workshop.htm
A listing of metals workshops coming up in the US, where, when, who’s teaching.
(It’s about time someone did this!)

http://www.ids.net/~slvrsmth/goods.htm
Boy the SAS’s Jeffrey Herman is doing a lot of things right. A great metals
sources page (some of my contributions too)

http://www.mfginfo.com/
A new and used machinery links site, industrially oriented by interesting-a
machinery newsgroup too.

http://www.mit.edu:8001/people/mspencer/home.html
Michael Spencer’s home page, blacksmithing and lots of science, HTML links
and more.

http://www.ccsi.com/yeeha/sword/sword2.html
Angel Swords, a swordsmithing company page-interesting and not run of the mill.

http://www.industry.net/c/main
IndustryNet, a place of industrial supplier listings, news, surplus
equipment etc.

http://www.artlogue.com/jewl1.html
A site for artists and craftspeople to advertize free, lists of suppliers
and links.

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/brnzcaster/
Bronze casting and metalsmithing site: lots of very good Also
a really strong metal oriented links page.

http://reality.sgi.com/employees/kurts_engr/foundry.page.html
Another bronze casting link, how to build a small foundry and ‘an evening
doing a casting’.

http://www.icm.ac.cn/smelting/metallur.html
What must be one of the most comprehensive scientific metals and metallurgy
links pages around.

http://wwar.world-arts-resources.com/others.html
An arts links page. Check out the Arts Links site in Staffordshire too.

http://www.logintech.com/~jiro/index.html
An interesting site for a art jeweller’s graduating show from the Cranbrook
Academy of Art

http://wuarchive.wustl.edu/edu/arts/metal/ArtMetal.html
The ArtMetal Project-a must visit for metals people.

http://www.thomasregister.com:8000/home.html
Thomas Register, a great service and company finding site.

http://tbr.state.tn.us/~wgray/index.html
The Metal Web News, an essential visit for metals folks. Check the metal
oriented links.

http://me.mit.edu/2.70/machine/outline.html
Machine tool use page, an example of a link from the Metal Web News.

http://www.gia.org/
The Gemological Institute of America site-very comercial but interesting.

http://www.finishing.com/
The metal finishing folks home page, lots of links concerning metal finishing

http://www.abrasha.com/home.html
Abrasha’s page, contemporary jeweler. Check out the Picasso confession on it.

http://www.mcs.net/~frnklyn/homepage/
This is just an all-around interesting set of pages and links, lots of
blacksmithing stuff.

http://www.titanium.com/tech.html
Titanium industries reference site.


The Crafts Report Magazine site-good stuff for networking.

See http://plains.uwyo.edu/~metal/patinas.html
patination information

http://plains.uwyo.edu/~metal
Metals FAQ with lots of info.

http://www.teleport.com/~raylc/
Associate Jewelers, links, trade info on jewelry, gemology info

http://www.sonic.net/~ceen/glad.html
Art apprenticeship links, classes and course in art.

http://www.guild.com/home.htm
The Guild home page, art/crafts source books, comercial services.
I buy the ‘Gallery’ editions to see whats happening in the field.

http://www.xensei.com/users/adl/
The art Deadlines list-good for competitions, exhibitions etc.

http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/cariadoc/jewelers_bibliography.html
A jewelers bibliography, descriptions and comments on a number of jewelry
books. An interesting page.

http://zuvsun.unizh.ch/international/publications/kbf1.d.96/valcambi.html
a project report on the use of lasers for production goldsmithing and
decoratively working precious metals

http://www-cpa.stanford.edu/cpa/reports/jewel/corebib.html
A jewelers bibliography, not annotated but contains over 280 titles
distilled from numerous librarians and other bibliographies as the
librarians ‘best of the best’.

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#4

Good Morning: That was THE list! Thank you very much. Am really
enjoying your Orchid site. Will jump in there with an intro soon
as I feel a bit more adept.
Susan

Date: 8 Jul 96 at 19:12

Hello: A few weeks ago, before I learned how to captures information
off the screen, someone named Chris, I believe, gave us lists of http
addresses of very interesting sites to visit re: patination
metalworking, casting, etc. Chris, if you are there, could you please
repeat the list once more (for we novices in the group)? It was a great
list and would be much appreciated.
Thanks.
Susan Card

Hi:

Here is the original message again,
Hope it helps

Hanuman

We recently received a very nice list of URLs related to jewelry manufacturing from one of
Orchids members - brainnet@cadvision.com (Charles Lewton-Brain)

(Don’t be supprised if you find your own site listed!)

http://kaos.deepcove.com/cig/
Gemmology World-a superb site for gem information

http://www.phoaks.com/phoaks/rec/crafts/metalworking
(Hot links to metalworking sites)

http://www.olympus.net/personal/jfrauke/gemlinks.htm
(gem subject links)

http://galaxy.einet.net/images/gem/gem-icons.html

http://www.telepart.com/~parlec/catalog.html
(colorburst studios-interesting site for niobium jewlery and links)

http://www.colorburst.com/~paulec/resources.html
-The Colorburst links page- good links to resources

http://www.interart.net/jewelry/jane.mason/../footnotes/default.html
(gem notes)

http://www.jewelrysource.com/
jewelry connections - dealers, sources etc)

(Nerdworld - a cool connections place) http://www.nerdworld.com

http://io.hewi.ac.uk/pros96/art_des/jewel.htm
(school for jewelry home page -a good example)

http://www.tafensw.edu.an/trainingdivs/arts/5391.html
(TAFE NSW - J. Repair course info)

http://134.7.142.184/students/j.3d/BenS
(student website/jewelry)

Rian de Jong: htp://www.fwi.uva.nl/~boncz/artvark/rian/main.html
Dutch Art Jeweler

http://www.tcp.co.uk/~amulet/ringmaker/index.html
(jeweller page)

http://www.xmission.com/~archiv/gcbook/contents.html
(garnet casting block book + pics)

http://www.toolworld.com/machtool/html
(tools + links)

http://www.refractal.com
Refractal Design, Inc., an interesting site

http://www.digitalnation.com/ward/
(gem book publishers: orders etc.)

http://ddi.digital.net/7Emilieux/supplies/websupplies.html
(costume and supplies hot links site)

http://empiremall.com/gemhut
(great gem links)

http://kafka.uvic.ca/visualarts/docs/www.html
good art/crafts links spot

http://www.io.org/~bodyart/catalog/cat008.html
a nicely done body piercing jewelry catalog site. Not for the faint of heart.

http://www.soton.ac.uk/~rpevtzow/bodyart.html
A fairly definitive listing of body art links.

http://www.postmodern.com/~mcb/piercing.html
A body piercing site with explanations and links to related sites for those
who are interested

http://www.wweb.com/gems/about.htm
Raymond Gabriel, nice stones for sale, deals with arty shapes.

http://www.jewelers.org/
Jewelers of America site. good for consumers, a little smarmy
and sales-talk like, a little slow loading for my taste.

http://storo.sn.no/~bmoen/interestlinks.html
Jeane’s corner. A personal home page in Norway with an eclectic set of good
links and some nice jewlery ones.

gopher://atlas.chem.utah.edu/11/MSDS
Check the chemicals you work with at this MSDS site.

http://www.national-jeweler.com/
National Jewelry Magazine home page, good gem links (recomendation from
Fred Ward)

http://www.ticllc.net/home/rgolden/mymarks.htm
Roger Golden’s bookmarks. A gigantic list of links on all kinds of subjects.

http://www.connect2.org/cc/
Creativity Connection, sources for arts/crafts/crafters, links and more.

http://www.switchboard.com/
A cool new connection service (still for free) to find individuals and
companies etc.

http://geology.wisc.edu/~jill/306.html
An excellent gemology course and info site. Don’t miss this one if you are
into gems.

http://blue.temple.edu/~crafts/jmcc/jmcc.html
The Tyler School of Art Jewelry/metals Program CADCAM site, hints of the
future for metalsmiths.

http://www.ids.net/~slvrsmth/sashome.htm
The Society of American Silversmiths (SAS), info, artisan gallery, links,
l articles.

http://www.ids.net/~slvrsmth/workshop.htm
A listing of metals workshops coming up in the US, where, when, who’s teaching.
(It’s about time someone did this!)

http://www.ids.net/~slvrsmth/goods.htm
Boy the SAS’s Jeffrey Herman is doing a lot of things right. A great metals
sources page (some of my contributions too)

http://www.mfginfo.com/
A new and used machinery links site, industrially oriented by interesting-a
machinery newsgroup too.

http://www.mit.edu:8001/people/mspencer/home.html
Michael Spencer’s home page, blacksmithing and lots of science, HTML links
and more.

http://www.ccsi.com/yeeha/sword/sword2.html
Angel Swords, a swordsmithing company page-interesting and not run of the mill.

http://www.industry.net/c/main
IndustryNet, a place of industrial supplier listings, news, surplus
equipment etc.

http://www.artlogue.com/jewl1.html
A site for artists and craftspeople to advertize free, lists of suppliers
and links.

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/brnzcaster/
Bronze casting and metalsmithing site: lots of very good Also
a really strong metal oriented links page.

http://reality.sgi.com/employees/kurts_engr/foundry.page.html
Another bronze casting link, how to build a small foundry and ‘an evening
doing a casting’.

http://www.icm.ac.cn/smelting/metallur.html
What must be one of the most comprehensive scientific metals and metallurgy
links pages around.

http://wwar.world-arts-resources.com/others.html
An arts links page. Check out the Arts Links site in Staffordshire too.

http://www.logintech.com/~jiro/index.html
An interesting site for a art jeweller’s graduating show from the Cranbrook
Academy of Art

http://wuarchive.wustl.edu/edu/arts/metal/ArtMetal.html
The ArtMetal Project-a must visit for metals people.

http://www.thomasregister.com:8000/home.html
Thomas Register, a great service and company finding site.

http://tbr.state.tn.us/~wgray/index.html
The Metal Web News, an essential visit for metals folks. Check the metal
oriented links.

http://me.mit.edu/2.70/machine/outline.html
Machine tool use page, an example of a link from the Metal Web News.

http://www.gia.org/
The Gemological Institute of America site-very comercial but interesting.

http://www.finishing.com/
The metal finishing folks home page, lots of links concerning metal finishing

http://www.abrasha.com/home.html
Abrasha’s page, contemporary jeweler. Check out the Picasso confession on it.

http://www.mcs.net/~frnklyn/homepage/
This is just an all-around interesting set of pages and links, lots of
blacksmithing stuff.

http://www.titanium.com/tech.html
Titanium industries reference site.

http://www.craftsreport.com/
The Crafts Report Magazine site-good stuff for networking.

See http://plains.uwyo.edu/~metal/patinas.html
patination information

http://plains.uwyo.edu/~metal
Metals FAQ with lots of info.

http://www.teleport.com/~raylc/
Associate Jewelers, links, trade info on jewelry, gemology info

http://www.sonic.net/~ceen/glad.html
Art apprenticeship links, classes and course in art.

http://www.guild.com/home.htm
The Guild home page, art/crafts source books, comercial services.
I buy the ‘Gallery’ editions to see whats happening in the field.

http://www.xensei.com/users/adl/
The art Deadlines list-good for competitions, exhibitions etc.

http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/cariadoc/jewelers_bibliography.html
A jewelers bibliography, descriptions and comments on a number of jewelry
books. An interesting page.

http://zuvsun.unizh.ch/international/publications/kbf1.d.96/valcambi.html
a project report on the use of lasers for production goldsmithing and
decoratively working precious metals

http://www-cpa.stanford.edu/cpa/reports/jewel/corebib.html
A jewelers bibliography, not annotated but contains over 280 titles
distilled from numerous librarians and other bibliographies as the
librarians ‘best of the best’.

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#5

Good Morning: That was THE list! Thank you very much. Am really
enjoying your Orchid site. Will jump in there with an intro soon
as I feel a bit more adept.
Susan

May I suggest that you may also find the GemNet Forum Interesting.

Send a message:- To: Listserv@Citadel.Net
In the body of the message type
subscribe GemNet-L

It’s a fully automatic service that broadcasts your messages to fellow
users, and their’s to you. It is a FREE service that encourages trading,
advertising and promotion.

Comments welcome
All the best
Clive Billing
for GemNet http://www.gemnet.co.uk

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#6

Begin Included MessageDate: Tue, 9 Jul 1996 10:31:27 +7
From: “Dr. E. Aspler” aspler@mail.imagiware.com
Reply-To: orchid@ganoksin.com
Subject: Re: Repeat of Chris’ http list
To: orchid@ganoksin.com

Date: 8 Jul 96 at 19:12

Hello: A few weeks ago, before I learned how to captures information
off the screen, someone named Chris, I believe, gave us lists of http
addresses of very interesting sites to visit re: patination
metalworking, casting, etc. Chris, if you are there, could you please
repeat the list once more (for we novices in the group)? It was a great
list and would be much appreciated.
Thanks.
Susan Card

Hi:

Here is the original message again,
Hope it helps

Hanuman

We recently received a very nice list of URLs related to jewelry manufacturing
from one of
Orchids members - brainnet@cadvision.com (Charles Lewton-Brain)

(Don’t be supprised if you find your own site listed!)

http://www.nobis.com/netcomet/index.html
Emerald jewelry E-mail order service.

http://kaos.deepcove.com/cig/
Gemmology World-a superb site for gem information

http://www.phoaks.com/phoaks/rec/crafts/metalworking
(Hot links to metalworking sites)

http://www.olympus.net/personal/jfrauke/gemlinks.htm
(gem subject links)

http://galaxy.einet.net/images/gem/gem-icons.html

http://www.telepart.com/~parlec/catalog.html
(colorburst studios-interesting site for niobium jewlery and links)

http://www.colorburst.com/~paulec/resources.html
-The Colorburst links page- good links to resources

http://www.interart.net/jewelry/jane.mason/../footnotes/default.html
(gem notes)

http://www.jewelrysource.com/
jewelry connections - dealers, sources etc)

(Nerdworld - a cool connections place) http://www.nerdworld.com

http://io.hewi.ac.uk/pros96/art_des/jewel.htm
(school for jewelry home page -a good example)

http://www.tafensw.edu.an/trainingdivs/arts/5391.html
(TAFE NSW - J. Repair course info)

http://134.7.142.184/students/j.3d/BenS
(student website/jewelry)

Rian de Jong: htp://www.fwi.uva.nl/~boncz/artvark/rian/main.html
Dutch Art Jeweler

http://www.tcp.co.uk/~amulet/ringmaker/index.html
(jeweller page)

http://www.xmission.com/~archiv/gcbook/contents.html
(garnet casting block book + pics)

http://www.toolworld.com/machtool/html
(tools + links)

http://www.refractal.com
Refractal Design, Inc., an interesting site

http://www.digitalnation.com/ward/
(gem book publishers: orders etc.)

http://ddi.digital.net/7Emilieux/supplies/websupplies.html
(costume and supplies hot links site)

http://empiremall.com/gemhut
(great gem links)

http://kafka.uvic.ca/visualarts/docs/www.html
good art/crafts links spot

http://www.io.org/~bodyart/catalog/cat008.html
a nicely done body piercing jewelry catalog site. Not for the faint of heart.

http://www.soton.ac.uk/~rpevtzow/bodyart.html
A fairly definitive listing of body art links.

http://www.postmodern.com/~mcb/piercing.html
A body piercing site with explanations and links to related sites for those
who are interested

http://www.wweb.com/gems/about.htm
Raymond Gabriel, nice stones for sale, deals with arty shapes.

http://www.jewelers.org/
Jewelers of America site. good for consumers, a little smarmy
and sales-talk like, a little slow loading for my taste.

http://storo.sn.no/~bmoen/interestlinks.html
Jeane’s corner. A personal home page in Norway with an eclectic set of good
links and some nice jewlery ones.

gopher://atlas.chem.utah.edu/11/MSDS
Check the chemicals you work with at this MSDS site.

http://www.national-jeweler.com/
National Jewelry Magazine home page, good gem links (recomendation from
Fred Ward)

http://www.ticllc.net/home/rgolden/mymarks.htm
Roger Golden’s bookmarks. A gigantic list of links on all kinds of subjects.

http://www.connect2.org/cc/
Creativity Connection, sources for arts/crafts/crafters, links and more.

http://www.switchboard.com/
A cool new connection service (still for free) to find individuals and
companies etc.

http://geology.wisc.edu/~jill/306.html
An excellent gemology course and info site. Don’t miss this one if you are
into gems.

http://blue.temple.edu/~crafts/jmcc/jmcc.html
The Tyler School of Art Jewelry/metals Program CADCAM site, hints of the
future for metalsmiths.

http://www.ids.net/~slvrsmth/sashome.htm
The Society of American Silversmiths (SAS), info, artisan gallery, links,
l articles.

http://www.ids.net/~slvrsmth/workshop.htm
A listing of metals workshops coming up in the US, where, when, who’s
teaching.
(It’s about time someone did this!)

http://www.ids.net/~slvrsmth/goods.htm
Boy the SAS’s Jeffrey Herman is doing a lot of things right. A great metals
sources page (some of my contributions too)

http://www.mfginfo.com/
A new and used machinery links site, industrially oriented by interesting-a
machinery newsgroup too.

http://www.mit.edu:8001/people/mspencer/home.html
Michael Spencer’s home page, blacksmithing and lots of science, HTML links
and more.

http://www.ccsi.com/yeeha/sword/sword2.html
Angel Swords, a swordsmithing company page-interesting and not run of the
mill.

http://www.industry.net/c/main
IndustryNet, a place of industrial supplier listings, news, surplus
equipment etc.

http://www.artlogue.com/jewl1.html
A site for artists and craftspeople to advertize free, lists of suppliers
and links.

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/brnzcaster/
Bronze casting and metalsmithing site: lots of very good Also
a really strong metal oriented links page.

http://reality.sgi.com/employees/kurts_engr/foundry.page.html
Another bronze casting link, how to build a small foundry and ‘an evening
doing a casting’.

http://www.icm.ac.cn/smelting/metallur.html
What must be one of the most comprehensive scientific metals and metallurgy
links pages around.

http://wwar.world-arts-resources.com/others.html
An arts links page. Check out the Arts Links site in Staffordshire too.

http://www.logintech.com/~jiro/index.html
An interesting site for a art jeweller’s graduating show from the Cranbrook
Academy of Art

http://wuarchive.wustl.edu/edu/arts/metal/ArtMetal.html
The ArtMetal Project-a must visit for metals people.

http://www.thomasregister.com:8000/home.html
Thomas Register, a great service and company finding site.

http://tbr.state.tn.us/~wgray/index.html
The Metal Web News, an essential visit for metals folks. Check the metal
oriented links.

http://me.mit.edu/2.70/machine/outline.html
Machine tool use page, an example of a link from the Metal Web News.

http://www.gia.org/
The Gemological Institute of America site-very comercial but interesting.

http://www.finishing.com/
The metal finishing folks home page, lots of links concerning metal finishing

http://www.abrasha.com/home.html
Abrasha’s page, contemporary jeweler. Check out the Picasso confession on it.

http://www.mcs.net/~frnklyn/homepage/
This is just an all-around interesting set of pages and links, lots of
blacksmithing stuff.

http://www.titanium.com/tech.html
Titanium industries reference site.


The Crafts Report Magazine site-good stuff for networking.

See http://plains.uwyo.edu/~metal/patinas.html
patination information

http://plains.uwyo.edu/~metal
Metals FAQ with lots of info.

http://www.teleport.com/~raylc/
Associate Jewelers, links, trade info on jewelry, gemology info

http://www.sonic.net/~ceen/glad.html
Art apprenticeship links, classes and course in art.

http://www.guild.com/home.htm
The Guild home page, art/crafts source books, comercial services.
I buy the ‘Gallery’ editions to see whats happening in the field.

http://www.xensei.com/users/adl/
The art Deadlines list-good for competitions, exhibitions etc.

http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/cariadoc/jewelers_bibliography.html
A jewelers bibliography, descriptions and comments on a number of jewelry
books. An interesting page.

http://zuvsun.unizh.ch/international/publications/kbf1.d.96/valcambi.html
a project report on the use of lasers for production goldsmithing and
decoratively working precious metals

http://www-cpa.stanford.edu/cpa/reports/jewel/corebib.html
A jewelers bibliography, not annotated but contains over 280 titles
distilled from numerous librarians and other bibliographies as the
librarians ‘best of the best’.

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