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Traces the history of the craft of jewelry making and shows readers how to make attractive pieces using common household tools, simple techniques, and basic natural materials
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Janet Fitch is a former journalist who combines selling designer jewelry at her own store in London with design consultancy work.From School Library Journal:
YA-Fitch discusses history and ethnic traditions, describes basic tools and materials, and provides projects that use found as well as purchased materials. Examples of work by jewelry designers add further inspiration. Shannon covers the use of paper for decoration and in creating three-dimensional projects such as screens, boxes, cards, and desk accessories. She also gives a concise introduction to bookbinding. Useful glossaries; sources of supplies; gorgeous, full-color photographs; and detailed illustrations and instructions are included. Art teachers and students will welcome these attractive titles.
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