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eBook Making Metal Jewelry: Projects, Techniques, Inspiration ePub

by Joanna Gollberg

  • ISBN: 1579908128
  • Category: Crafts and Hobbies
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Joanna Gollberg
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sterling Publishing (September 28, 2006)
  • Pages: 112
  • ePub book: 1547 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1140 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 543

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Making Metal Jewelry: Pr. .has been added to your Cart. Joanna Gollberg received her degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology. She is a member of the Society of North American Goldsmiths, the American Craft Council, and the respected Southern Highland Crafts Guild.

Making Metal Jewelry: Pr. Joanna has won numerous awards, including a new talent competition from the American Jewelry Design Council.

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Making Metal Jewelry : Projects, Techniques, Inspiration. I have moved on to a new style of fabrication, and love it.

These metal necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings are cold-connected, or crafted with such easy-to-learn skills as piercing, sawing, riveting and joining, with explanations clear enough for the beginning jeweller yet results professional enough for an expert. Learn metal texturing and finishing techniques such as chasing, etching and adding a patina. Find out how to make simple settings for pearls, beads and stones. Then set your creativity free on projects like a Circle Brooch with Thorn Clasp; Layered Cuff Bracelet and Polka Dot Tube Earrings.

Home Gollberg, Joanna Making Metal Jewelry: Projects, Techniques, Inspiration. This fine book provides a comprehensive introduction to cold join techniques for the beginning metalsmith. Making Metal Jewelry: Projects, Techniques, Inspiration. include brooches, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and rings. This book is definitely worth getting.

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Book condition good -Making Metal Jewelry: Projects, Techniques, Inspirati. Book condition good. Helps you learn metal texturing and finishing techniques such as chasing, etching and adding a patina. This work shows how to make simple settings for pearls, beads and stones.

Making Metal Jewelry : Projects, Techniques, Inspiration by Joanna Gollberg (2016, Paperback). Stamping metal as a jewelry-building method is new to me and this book is a "tell me like I'm 5 years old" masterpiece. I have learned so much in just a few days of reading this manual. The pictures are perfect, the textual content is detailed, well organized, and easy to understand.

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Platform for the communication of the international art jewellery. Related Events: Collected by Joanna Gollberg. 03Sep2014 - 28Sep2014 Velvet da Vinci San Francisco, United States.

No soldering is required to make these metal necklaces, rings, bracelets, and earrings; they’re cold-connected, or crafted with such easy-to-learn skills as piercing, sawing, riveting, and joining, making them perfect for the beginning jeweler. Yet the results look completely professional. Work with a variety of metals in sheets, wires, and tubes. Create your own chains, ear wires, clasps, and other findings from wire jump rings. Learn metal texturing and finishing techniques such as chasing, etching, and adding a patina. Find out how to make simple settings for pearls, beads, and stones. Then set your creativity free on projects like a Circle Brooch with Thorn Clasp; Layered Cuff Bracelet, and Polka Dot Tube Earrings.

Comments

deadly claw deadly claw
Really cool book demonstrating how to cut metal. Was in my art center book collection, so I added to my library. pMany of the projects look gallery or runway ready, yet pieces are held together with rivets, jump rings, wire, tabs, and other joins. Since I cannot use torches to put things together, this book demonstrates the next best way of joining.
Felhann Felhann
This book introduced some new concepts and ideas to my metalworking as well as filled in some knowledge gaps. lots of pictures and easy to follow instructions.
ZloyGenii ZloyGenii
Disappointed it is just cold connections. That's what I get from relying on the cover. I already have a cold connections book so this is just more of the same.
Naa Naa
Cold connections are not merely the last resort for jewelry artists who lack a torch or soldering set-up. These projects are refined and sophisticated, taking cold connections to a highly sophisticated level with plenty of challenge for even advanced metalsmiths. However, none of the projects is beyond the ability level of beginners, and all could lend themselves to different materials and treatments according to how much you'd like to spend. This is a really good book for anyone wishing to master cold connections on any level.
Damand Damand
For those of you who are just starting to pick up the hobby of jewelry making, in all honesty, you could find better instruction on tools, materials, technique and projects in free online tutorials through various websites. I'm a dabbler in jewelry making and don't have a lot of experience, but I had already gotten everything this book has to offer via free tutorials from Jewelry Making Daily and the Rio Grande jewelry tool and supply website (their videos are also available on Youtube). This particular book is also chock full of bad safety habits that no one should pick up, especially when they are just starting out and need to develop good safety habits and techniques.

If you are looking for a good starting point for jewelry making, I can't recommend Sharilyn Miller's book "Bead on a Wire" highly enough. If you're looking for something other than wire work, I recommend Tim McCreight's "The Complete Metal Smith: an Illustrated Handbook". I would not recommend anyone waste their time and money on "Making Metal Jewelry: Projects, Techniques, Inspiration".

Yes, this review is harsh, but this book warrants it.
Gholbirius Gholbirius
I am trying to teach myself jewelry making, and I find soldering rather intimidating, complicated, and do not really have the space to set up a properly equipped soldering station, so I bought this book.
I LOVE this book! One only needs some basic tools in order to get started. I think the projects are cool, I think they are unique and stylish, and are perfect for those who like jewelry with more of an industrial or modern edge.
Legionstatic Legionstatic
Making Metal Jewelry, Projects Techniques, Inspirations by Joanna Gollberg is an excellent and must have for the beginner's library. Although only cold connections are used, the techniques are useful for all levels of working with metal jewelry. If the reader attempts just half of the projects, the jewelers saw will become a thing of beauty. The book is a working demonstration of practice-makes-perfect!
I first saw this book in a metalsmithing class and liked it well enough that I bought it for my home library. Ms. Gollberg reviews a number of techniques for cold-connecting metals and illustrates them with excellent photographs. Her materials lists are complete, her instructions concise, and her projects are always interesting. I may not ever make anything from this book as shown, but the ideas and techniques provide plenty of inspiration and guidance.