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#1

Hi Dede-- have you ever tried DIKRA at 56 West 46 Street Suite
1005 212-968-6332? They have tons of stuff in a tiny room and they
let you come in and rummage around in their less expensive bins.
The more expensive things are in a glass case and they have quite
abit of help for such a small place. It seemed to me that their
prices were pretty good too. By the way, did you ever look into
Bauer Studio. I was there last Saturday and had a great time!
Best wishes Sandra

Sandra Buchholz
Elegant Insects

ElegabtBee@aol.com


#2

Sandra,

What is Bauer Studio? Is it a gem place? I’m in the NYC area,
too, and would be interested in any neat places to check out.

Jill
@jandr
http://members.tripod.com/~jilk


#3

Hi Dede-- have you ever tried DIKRA at 56 West 46 Street Suite
1005 212-968-6332? They have tons of stuff in a tiny room and they
let you come in and rummage around in their less expensive bins.
The more expensive things are in a glass case and they have quite
abit of help for such a small place. It seemed to me that their
prices were pretty good too. By the way, did you ever look into
Bauer Studio. I was there last Saturday and had a great time!

Dear Sandra:

I started going to Dykra last year and yes they are great. I am
just trying to expand my resources…Sometimes nothing ispires
me.Also, I got some info on the Bauer Studio in the mail. I may
check them out in the Spring. It seems like a really great place!

Hope all is well…


#4

Hi Jill-Bauer Studio is a place to learn and perfect all kinds
of jewelry making techniques–especially granulation, chain
making, stone setting etc . It’s on West 29th Street in
Manhattan. I’ve been going there for several years and find it
really wonderful. It’s run by a goldsmith named Cecelia Bauer.
If you’d like any more info please e-mail me directly at
@ElegantBee. Sandra


#5
 By the way, did you ever look into Bauer Studio.  I was there
last  Saturday and had a great time! 

Hi DeDe

You might also wish to check on Jewelry Arts Institute on B’way
& 79th. Cecelia Bauer had been a teacher there before going off
on her own. Friends study with Cecelia and like her. I’ve been
studying at JA for a bit over 3 years and like it very much. They
do teach only ‘traditional’ jewelry (read that as ancient, i.e.
byzantine, greek, etc). JA used to be Kulick-Stark Studio.

If you need any more info you can e-mail me privately.

Linda
@Red1Eagle