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Michigan Silversmiths Guild: Jewelry + Objects 2011 Catalog By Robert Thompson
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Thesis Book 2010 By Colleen Terry
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'Interpersonal Intangible' is the documentation of my four years spent in the Jewelry & Metals Major at The Cleveland Institute of Art in Cleveland, Ohio. This body of work represents my thesis... More > presentation which centers on the multiple unintentional/non-verbal facets of interpersonal comunication within the realm of interpersonal aesthetics.< Less
Thesis Book 2010 By Colleen Terry
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'Interpersonal Intangible' is the documentation of my four years spent in the Jewelry & Metals Major at The Cleveland Institute of Art in Cleveland, Ohio. This body of work represents my thesis... More > presentation which centers on the multiple unintentional/non-verbal facets of interpersonal comunication within the realm of interpersonal aesthetics.< Less
Build Your Own DrawBench for Jewelry Making By Charles Lewton-Brain
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This paper has complete directions and plans that explain how to build a good draw bench for about thirty dollars from easily available materials. There are step by step instructions. Alternative... More > methods and approaches to drawing are described. This draw bench is excellent for making wire and tube. It is easy to build and use. Has directions for tube making and related tools. 27 pages.< Less
Small Tools For Jewelers By Charles Lewton-Brain
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This paper details how to make nine fantastic bench tools to make the jewelers life easier and working faster. Each is made from cheap materials, free or already at hand in the goldsmith's workshop.... More > All are easy to make. Indispensible to an efficient shop, each tool is a 'generic', that is it represents a whole class of tools the jeweler finds useful. Making the example gives you a model for other kinds of tools to create. This article is an enlarged version with new images of a free article at the Ganoksin Project. Go to http://brainpress.com/Ganoksin.html#Articles to see other similar free articles by Lewton-Brain. 13 pages.< Less
Preventing and Avoiding Fire-scale when Jewelry Making By Charles Lewton-Brain
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This short paper describes ways to avoid the dreaded fire-scale, a hard to remove purplish discoloration or 'bloom' which occurs on sterling silver when it is heated. This information is important... More > for jewelers and silversmiths, as firescale can be a serious problem on high polished work. This article is an updated version of a free article at the Ganoksin Project. Go to http://brainpress.com/Ganoksin.html#Articles to see other similar free articles by Lewton-Brain. Four pages.< Less
Material Matters By Kerianne Quick
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Kerianne Quick MFA Thesis Show Catalog University of Illinois Urbana Champaign 2011
Material Matters By Kerianne Quick
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Depletion Gilding By Charles Lewton-Brain
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A historical and technical introduction to gold surface enrichment. This academic paper describes the approaches that goldsmiths have used historically in various cultures to remove base metals from... More > gold alloys for refining or "coloring the gold": depletion gilding. There is an extensive listing of recipes from numerous historical and contemporary sources to foster contrast and comparison and deepen readers understanding of the subject. It is intended for information only and is not a "how to" for depletion gilding. Many of the procedures described are hazardous and not to be done without a chemical fume hood and similar stringent precautions. 40 pages.< Less