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- Ironwork: Dynamic Details Meilach, Dona Z.$39.95
Over 250 color photographs display details of contemporary iron objects, including flowers, grape clusters, leaves, small and large animals that attest to the blacksmith's role as a sculptor. Details of other elements for furniture, fireplace accessories and many other items bring a whole new dimension to blacksmithing. This stimulation book is a must for metalworkers, designers, artists, gallery owners, art lovers, and museum directors. Appreciate by looking or try it!
Format: Hardcover. Dimensions: 8.75" x 11.5" Pages: 160 Illustrations: over 250Learn More
- Knife Mechanisms Price, LeRoi$35.00
Knife Mechanisms, just for the fun if it! by LeRoi Price offers a guided tour through the internal parts of folding knives. It tells us how they work, what makes them tick, and what makes them click.
Format: Soft cover Dimensions: 8 1/2" x 11" Pages: 272 Illustrations: Over 500Learn More
- Legacy: Jewelry Techniques of West Africa Cheminée, Mathhieu$45.00
Legacy: Jewelry Techniques of West Africa is a fascinating step-by-step journey with the author, Matthieu Cheminée, through the lives, history and rituals, homes and workshops, tools and techniques of the jewelry masters of West Africa. It is an emotional tour that explores West African metal arts through practical and detailed presentations of traditional metal techniques.
Format: Hard cover Dimentions: 9" x 10 1/2"Learn More
- Lives Shaped by Steel Zastrow, Nancy$34.50
Celebrating East Coast Outdoor Metal Artists
This series of interviews introduces some artist who have shaped steel and had their lives shaped by it. It celebrates people who are passionate about metal, and about the way this passion has been translated into lasting beauty. The book is arranged by geographic area, and the artists are listed in alphabetical order.
Format: Softcover. Dimensions: 11" x 8.5" Pages: 248 Illustrations: 300 colorLearn More
- Making Metal Jewelry Gollberg, Joanna$14.95
Projects, Techniques, Inspiration
Create a wide array of chic jewelry - without having to solder or use a torch. Cold connecting metal is a great way to learn jewelry making because the tools are inexpensive and readily available, and the techniques provide a solid base for all types of metal work. From earrings to necklaces to bracelets, these sophisticated designs will showcase your creativity.
Format: Soft Cover. Dimentions: 8.5" x 10" Pages: 112 Illustrations: 310Learn More
- Making Metal Jewelry Sartin, John$24.99
Author and noted jewelry designer John Sartin expertly teaches you the fundamentals and beyond. Try new methods, build new skills, and become the jewelry designer you've always wanted to be.
~ Learn the basic skills of sawing, drilling, piercing, filing, and finishing metal. ~ Learn how and when to use cold and hot connection methods. ~ Add texture with roller embossing, retuculation, hammers, and metal overlay. ~ Shape metal and build volume by dapping and forging. ~ Mount gems and stones with bezel, prong, tube, and flush settings.
Format: Soft cover Dimentions: 8 1/4" x 11" Pages: 223 Illustrations: over 500Learn More
- Mästermyr Find, The Arwidsson, Greta and Berg, Gosta$17.95
A Viking Age Tool Chest from Gotland
This chest, found in1936 in Mästermyr on the island of Gotland, Sweden, contains more that 200 tools used by Viking blacksmiths, woodworkers and metal smiths. This archaeological find is described in detail with clear photographs and drawings.
Format: Softcover. Dimensions: 8. 1/2" x 11" Pages: 90 Illustrations: 75Learn More
- Metal Techniques for Craftsmen Untracht, Oppi$65.00
A Basic Manual on the Methods of Forming and Decorating Metals
Working with metals, recording experiences and the taming of fire, distinguishes man from beasts.
This book gives complete instructions on the handling, working and finishing of all metals. It is fully indexed and lavishly illustrated not only with working techniques but also with fine examples of craftsmanship through the ages.
Part One is devoted to basic information and the characteristic qualities of each of the metals met by the craftsman, both precious and base.
Part Two describes the various techniques in working metals, those that do not require soldering, those employing contrasting metals, those that require soldering, and those combining metals with nonmelalic materials.
Part Three deals with smithing, annealing, forging, casting and other methods of metal fabrication.
Part Four deals with finishing.
Part Five descriibes hand tools and their uses.
Part Six is devoted to charts and tables.
Format: Hardcover. Dimentions: 7 1/2" x 10 1/2" Pages: 509 Illustrations: over 2,000