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Michigan Silversmiths Guild: Jewelry + Objects 2009 By Christine Bossler
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Michigan Silversmiths Guild: Jewelry + Objects 2009 Exhibition Catalog
Michigan Silversmiths Guild: Jewelry + Objects 2009 By Christine Bossler
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How To Create Your Own Silver And Turqoise Jewelry By Donald Raphaelito
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The desire to adorn ourselves with beautiful objects goes back to the beginning of mankind. Even before our ancestors could speak or write, they were making jewelry. As long ago as the Middle Stone... More > Age, about 100,000 years ago, cavemen were stringing beads together. In fact, a British archaeologist named Archibald Carlyle says, "The first spiritual want of a barbarous man is decoration." With this book, you and I will explore decorations--for yourself, your friends, your home, your yard. Together, we'll go through the process of making jewelry. I suspect you will grow to love it as much as I do. You don't have to be an artist or a wealthy person to make jewelry. Just as the Native American used materials that were part of their environment (beads, turquoise, porcupine quills, shells, silver, amber, and other stones), you can use many different materials to express your self, to capture a creative thought and fashion it into a beautiful object.< Less
Jewelry, Silverware -- Catalogs The Ryrie year book, 1921 By Ryrie Bros Henry Birks and Sons
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Henry Birks (30 November 1840 – 16 April 1928) was a Canadian businessman and founder of Henry Birks and Sons, a chain of high-end Canadian jewellery stores.He was born to English immigrants... More > from Yorkshire, England. His parents moved to Canada in 1832. Son of John Birks, a pharmacist, and Ann Marie, he did his schooling in commercial studies at the High School of Montreal. In 1857, Birks was hired as a clerk at Savage and Lyman in Montreal, reputed to be the finest jeweller and watchmaker in the Province of Canada at that time. Although Birks eventually became a partner in the firm in 1868, the company's later financial difficulties encouraged Birks to leave in 1877 With an investment of C$3000, Birks opened his own small jewellery shop in 1879 on Saint Jacques Street in the heart of Montreal's financial and commercial district. In 1893, Birks went into partnership with his three sons (William, John and Gerald), and the name of the firm became Henry Birks and Sons.< Less
Diamonds: What Everyone Is Saying About Jewelry By Roy Rosario
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In the modern world, there are few more potent symbols of wealth than the diamond. Whether fashioned into jewellery or loose, diamonds are one of the most treasured gifts, used in declarations of... More > love and in the formation of political alliances. But diamonds are not only luxury items - they also have real economic importance. If you have some spare capital and are looking for the right investment, loose diamonds could be an excellent choice. Discover everything you need to know by grabbing a copy of this ebook today.< Less
Jewelry Maintenance Tips to Prevent Premature Wear By Francis Coppola
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Special care should be taken when caring for fine jewelry. This is especially true for fragile pieces that require a little more attention. Soft stones like opals and thin sections of gold should be... More > properly cared for to prevent damage or wear. We hope these tips help you take better care of your jewelry like 14 k white gold necklaces in the long run. To know more details please visit here https://eyeonjewels.com/collection/necklaces< Less
The Savvy Seller's Guide to Selling Jewelry Online By Mari Johnson
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This concise guide has: more than 40 jewelry sources for online retailers, 4 sources for FREE jewelry to sell, unbeatable strategies for making money even when other EBay sellers are yelling... More > "slump!" It also includes specific guides for selling pearls, buying watches for resale, plus how to raise money from thin air to start your business, even if you have a full-time day job!< Less
The Savvy Seller's Guide to Selling Jewelry Online By Mari Johnson
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This concise guide has: more than 40 jewelry sources for online retailers, 4 sources for FREE jewelry to sell, unbeatable strategies for making money even when other EBay sellers are yelling... More > "slump!" It also includes specific guides for selling pearls, buying watches for resale, plus how to raise money from thin air to start your business, even if you have a full-time day job!< Less
Metal Arts Society Jewelry Challenge 2017 By Metal Arts Society of Southern California
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A "Jewelry Challenge" competition between members of the Metal Arts Society of Southern California (MASSC), to create a wearable piece of jewelry using, at a minimum, all components found... More > in a "surprise" box of materials. This book presents all of the competition entries, and showcases the winning designs. It also provides a brief statement from each artist/metalsmith.< Less
The 6 Best Things About Silver Jewelry By Arthur James
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Sterling Silver Jewelry has always been popular precious metal in ancient legends and throughout history in every country. While silver is used in lots of products, it’s use as money and... More > sterling silver jewelry are the source of its mystique and intrigue. With this ebook discover: - The rise of silver, - How silver pendants are made - And More GRAB A COPY TODAY!< Less

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