Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist, August 2014
You'll love this if:
- You want to enhance your jewelry making skills with two new jewelry projects by Lexi Erickson.
- You want to explore new ways to wear jewelry beyond the traditional standards of rings, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings.
- You want to take a step back in time and admire the trends and artistry of jewelry from the Guilded Age in New York.
Have you ever heard of “Bumblebee jasper”? Learn all about this stone with its intense color variation in psychedelic patterns and more in the August 2014 issue of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist.
Don't stop there! Find the right saw for your needs and improve your technique with Helen I. Driggs. Stay up to date on today's trends and take a look back in time with historical designs. Be inspired by both! Test your skills with three different jewelry projects that include creating custom bezels, metal stamping, and riveting. With fascinating gemstone information, expert tips, and so much more, there is something for everyone in this issue of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist!
Order your copy of the August 2014 issue of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist magazine today to:
- Learn how to utilize Google and rank your site so people find it with Net Profits.
- Find the perfect fit when Helen I. Driggs explores the best hand tools made by metalsmiths for metalsmiths in Cool Tools & Hip Tips.
- Explore the intriguing combination gemstone azurite malachite in Smokin’ Stones and be inspired by Lexi Erickson’s pendant project that puts it in on display.
- Take your lapidary skills to the next level with not one, but two approaches to cutting opal using illustrated step-by-step instructions in Faceting Welo Opals.
- Improve your soldering space by learning what filigree expert Victoria Lansford uses in Soldering Setups.
- And so much more!
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