Please welcome our newest members!
Morehead, KY. USA
Thanks so much. I have been lurking on this forum on and off for a
while. This is always my “go to” place for answers to jewelry
fabrication questions. I like to experiment with lots of techniques
like Keum Boo, Nilieo, reticulation, etc… there is such a wealth
of about just about any technique here.
Saint Augustine, FL. USA
I am a person who loves to make jewelry that is one of a kind, and
to continue learning in the process.
I am also simply a person who loves animals, and in particular my
I am a gem cutter and make also some jewellry in silver.
Margery Hirschey, Inc.
Boulder, CO. USA
I have been making gold jewelry for about five years and selling
nationally for about 2 years. I like very primitive styles and I am
very much still learning about the process of making jewelry and I
would like to learn more.
Downers Grove, IL. USA
I started out making glass beads a few years ago. After not wanting
to spread myself too thin, by adding metal clay, I gave in and
decided that it worked so well with glass beads. I’m now adding
metalsmithing to the mix. That’s all! I swear!