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The Encyclopedia of Wire Jewelry-Making Techniques: A Compendium of Step-by-Step Techniques for Making Wire-Based Jewelry
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Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Running Press
Publication Date: 2011
|Dimensions: 8.75 X 8.75 (inches)|
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The latest in the Encyclopedia of Art series now covers the popular topic of making wire jewelry. The enthusiasm for making jewelry has been enormous in the last few years, and both the amateur and professional jewelry-maker can greatly extend the scope of their designs by learning to work with wire. With over 500 illustrations and clear, step-by-step directions, the book covers everything from beginner's to more advanced techniques. Readers will learn how to make hoop earrings, decorative chains, brooches, and much more.
Sara Withers is the author of many bead jewelry books, including The Encyclopedia of Beading Techniques. She lives in the UK.
Xuella Arnold is a designer craftsman, specializing in silver jewelry and precious metal clay. She lives in the UK.
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