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Handcrafted Jewelry Step by Step
6 Original Advanced Designs

THIS BOOK IS NOT FOR BEGINNERS

This book is not for you if you are not already well versed in hard soldering and using oxyacetylene equipment.

Are you looking for Advanced Jewelry Design Projects? Well, then you've come to the right place. We're offering five - count them - five step-by-step projects designed with ...

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Overview

Handcrafted Jewelry Step by Step
6 Original Advanced Designs

THIS BOOK IS NOT FOR BEGINNERS

This book is not for you if you are not already well versed in hard soldering and using oxyacetylene equipment.

Are you looking for Advanced Jewelry Design Projects? Well, then you've come to the right place. We're offering five - count them - five step-by-step projects designed with the advanced jewelry worker in mind and one project for the intermediate level. I originally thought these designs could be for beginners or advanced beginners, but several buyer reviews have proven this thought wrong. Beginners should not purchase this book.

And these are not just ordinary, ho hum, anybody can make 'em but nobody would want to wear 'em beginner projects. Four of these are projects that were chosen for publication in some of the best step-by-step jewelry magazines in America as well as internationally including Jewelry Artist, Jewelry Arts & Lapidary Journal, Wire Jewelry, and Step-by-Step Beads to name a few.

You'll also get one step-by-step design that was shown in Jewelry Artist only as a photo, not a completed how to do it design, and one step-by-step that is totally exclusive to this publication.

We hope you have fun creating and wearing these truly distinctive and original designs by Joyce Zborower, a 40 year veteran in the field of jewelry design and creation.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481217323
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/10/2012
  • Pages: 92
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.19 (d)

Meet the Author

Joyce Zborower, M.A., is a fine craft's artist creating unique and beautiful products in the areas of metal (gold and silver and semi-precious stones), wood (rare, exotic woods with semi-precious stones), and fiber (bargello technique for wall hangings and bed quilts).

Over the years, Joyce's jewelry work has been included in juried gallery shows throughout Arizona and in California, sometimes winning 1st or 2nd place in these competitions. She was active for several years in the Arizona Designer Craftsmen organization and in 2005, served as their Exhibition Chairperson.

She is currently an active member of Arizona Quilters Guild and has exhibited her bargello wall hangings in their yearly exhibition.

We hope you have fun creating and wearing these truly distinctive and original designs by Joyce Zborower, a 40 year veteran in the field of jewelry design and creation.

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