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[1070] 19 Jewelry Making Bench Tips and Tricks
19 Jewelry Making Bench Tips and Tricks (2002)
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Show me more articles from: [BWSimon ]|[Bradney W. Simon]
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[869] 950 Palladium: Bench Guide
The palladium bench guide reviews the working characteristics of palladium for the jewelry bench staff and provides an overview of the unique advantages and benefits of palladium jewelry for managers, sales professionals and consumers. It is intended to serve as a source for information on the most commonly encountered palladium jewelry scenarios and the related materials available in the industry today.... (2007)
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Show me more articles from: [Visual Communications]|[Mark B. Mann]
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[938] A Sneaky Goldsmith Trick to Detail-Finish Problem Areas
Every bench jeweler has experienced the frustration of trying to sand and polish a nearly inaccessible area on a piece of jewelry. The goldsmith who can detail these small corners and crevices can bring his or her work up to the level of fine jewelry. Anything that gives the work a cleaner, more attractive look translates into greater sales in the showcase.... (2011)
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Show me more articles from: [GIA]|[Douglas W. Canivet]
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[912] Adapting Knife Making Techniques, Precision at the Bench
My dad was in the Navy during World War II and was among the personnel who entered Japan shortly after the war was over. The Katana he obtained in Japan, which hung on the wall of my childhood home, now often decorates the wall of the custom jewelry design studio that I founded in Eugene, Oregon. It was because of this sword that I happened to.... (2009)
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Show me more articles from: [MJSA Journal]|[Gary Dawson]
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[1071] Back to basics - Filling
Over the years, bad habits creep into our work procedures. Periodical review of our techniques is needed to assure us that these "bad habits" are not allowed to continue to effect the quality of our work. In this article, we will continue our Back to Basics Series with an article on Filing. (2001)
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Show me more articles from: [BWSimon ]|[Bradney W. Simon]
Releated Categories: [Beginner's Corner]|[Fabrication]|[Bench Tips & Tricks]

 

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