Designing with a Shape

Use shape design to create an unified jewelry collection!
SKU: EP14097

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Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist Senior Editor, Helen I. Driggs, shares her expert advice for using versions of an identical outline to form a complementary collection of metal jewelry. See steps for making a concho necklace with colorful yarn, a recycled leather cuff with faux coral branch, a copper and sterling ring, and a copper and kimono silk brooch.

Required Materials:

  • Copper wire and sheet; varies with each design
  • Additional items, such as kimono silk and colorful yarn; varies with each design

Tools:

  • For Concho Necklace with Colorful Yarn:
    • Jeweler’s saw
    • file
    • metal design stamps
    • wood forming block
    • hammer
  • For Recycled Leather Cuff with Faux Coral Branch:
    • Leather punch
    • X-acto knife
    • tapestry needle
    • jeweler’s saw
    • file
    • metal design stamps
    • wood forming block
    • hammer
  • For Copper and Sterling Ring:
    • Jeweler’s saw
    • file
    • metal design stamps
    • wood forming block
    • hammer
    • torch setup
    • ring mandrel
  • For Copper and Kimono Silk Brooch:
    • Jeweler’s saw
    • file
    • metal design stamps
    • wood forming block
    • hammer
    • torch set up

Technique: Metalsmithing

Originally Published: Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist, November 2015

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SKU EP14097
Author/Speaker/Editor Helen I. Driggs
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Number Of Pages 0
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ISBN 13 No
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