Silver Soldering Simplified

Silver Soldering Simplified

A New Jewelry Technique You Can Do at Home

Book - 2013
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Random House, Inc.
Popular jewelry designer and instructor Scott David Plumlee shows readers how to create 24 intricate-looking earrings, bracelets, and necklaces at home with a new quick and easy soldering technique.

An innovative new material is turning traditional soldering upside down. Scott David Plumlee, author of Handcrafting Chain and Bead Jewelry, teaches jewelry makers how to use a revolutionary new soldering paste and a small hand-held butane torch to create a range of seemingly complex but easily doable chain and bead designs at their kitchen table--no elaborate, expensive studio required. Scott's ingenious methods, clear instruction, and inspiring designs will give any aspiring jewelry maker the confidence to master this formerly intimidating technique.

Baker & Taylor
Featuring 24 projects for earrings, bracelets and necklaces, this essential jewelry-making guide instructs readers how to use a revolutionary new soldering paste and a small hand-held butane torch to create a wide range of easily doable chain and bead designs at their kitchen table. Original.

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& Taylor

Instructs readers how to use soldering paste and a small hand-held butane torch to create a wide range of chain and bead designs, including templates for creating earrings, bracelets, and necklaces.

Publisher: New York : Potter Craft, [2013]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780770433673
0770433677
Branch Call Number: 745.5942 P735s 2013
Characteristics: 160 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm

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