The Jewelry Maker's Guide to Styles & TechniquesBook - 2012
"Gemstone Settings is the most in-depth, technical guide to stone setting. Jewelry makers will enjoy an encyclopedic overview, which features an extensive summary of stone-setting and techniques for creating beautiful gemstone jewelry, from basic bezels and prongs to pave;, carre;, clusters, and numerous others-including cold joins, precious metal clay, settings for fragile stones, and settings that allow the stones to move. You'll also discover detailed information about stones and metals-including their suitability, gorgeous photos and illustrations for visual support, what makes a design wearable and durable, and detailed information on pre-made versus handmade settings. Step by step, learn how to set your most beloved precious, semiprecious, and organic stones with projects that range from elegant diamond masterpieces to earthy pearl or coral everyday favorites. "--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Loveland, CO : Interweave, 2012
Branch Call Number: 739.27 YOU 2012 23
Characteristics: 205 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm