Jeweler's Enameling Workshop eBook

Enhance your jewelry with vibrant color!
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There is no better way to add color to your jewelry than enameling - and anyone can do it! Join master jeweler Pauline Warg in Jeweler’s Enameling Workshop, where she shares her easy-to-follow approach to enameling. From the basics of safety and equipment needed to torch-firing on metal and creating stunning cloisonné through kiln firing - plus everything in between, Pauline has it covered in this comprehensive guide.

Discover how to:

  • Stencil simple designs using multiple colors of enamel
  • Incorporate foil and glass beads and threads into your designs
  • Layer enamel on stamped metal for added dimension
  • Use metal screen as a canvas on which to create an enameled pattern
  • Create intricate designs with the classic techniques of cloisonné and champlevé

 

Along with all this know-how, Jeweler’s Enameling Workshop includes 20 enameled projects all with clear photographs and detailed step-by-step instructions. In no time you’ll be creating stunning enameled jewelry designs!

Order or download your copy of Jeweler’s Enameling Workshop today!

About the Author:
Pauline Warg has been a metalsmith for 38 years. She is the author of Making Metal Beads, a contributor to Jewelry Design Challenge (both Lark, 2010), and appears in the DVD Basic Jewelry Enameling: Torch Fired Tutorial with Pauline Warg. Pauline owns and operates WARG Enamel and Tool Center in Scarborough, Maine.

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SKU EP9574
Author/Speaker/Editor Pauline Warg
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ISBN 13 9781632500014
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