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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
- 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
- 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
- Moving Metal Steines, Adolph$32.95
The Art of Chasing and Repoussé
This book is a long overdue treat for blacksmiths, sculptors, and all artists of metalwork. It has information on chasing and repoussé in greater depth and detail than any other volume available in the English language today. A valuable resource for both the professional and the hobbyist. Translated from German
Format: Hardcover. Dimensions: 8" x 10" Pages: 131 Illustrations: 107+111Learn More
- Peter Ross Master Metalsmith Raiteri, Linda$10.00
Peter Ross: Master Metalsmith
The exhibition photos of the works of Peter Ross, the long-time head smith at Colonial Williamsburg , from The National Ornamental Metal Museum, 2003, all in one booklet.
Format: Softcover. Dimensions: 8.5 x 7.25 Pages: 20 Illustrations: 22Learn More
- Ships' Figureheads Hansesn, Hans-Jürgen und Hansen< Clas Broder$23.95
This is the story of the carved wooden bow decoration that once adorned almost every stem of every wooden ship under sail. Hans Jürgen Hansen and Clas Broder Hansen begin with a report on the mythological origin of the bow decoration, which had a long life in seafaring superstition. It shows the development of figureheads from the Polynesians, Phoenicians, and Vikings to the high point of the gloriously decorated Renaissance and Baroque ships. Then it moves on to the imaginative, original variety of the figureheads of the 18th and 19th Centuries, the last windjammers and the school sailing ships that are still in use today. It details the different types of figureheads as well as the sculptors who made them.
Format: Hardcover. Dimentions: 6 1/2" x 9 1/4" Pages:128 Illustrations: 133
- Thomas Wilson’s Ironwork Notebooks Adam, Sally$54.00
'IRONWORK NOTEBOOKS; Inspiration from a Master' by Thomas Wilson contains over 5,000 designs ranging from traditional to wildly creative. Thomas Wilson has been internationally recognized for his origional creative talent and has drawn more images of ironwork than anyone in the history of metalsmithing. His work can be found worldwide, from public and private venues of North America to castles and streets of Europe to palaces in Asia and the Middle East. He was the artistic director and founder of World Metal Art Affiliates which focused on classical ironwork, original commissions, commercial metalwork, and light structural steel. At the age of sixteen Wilson built his first forge in River Hills, Wisconsin, from a colonial American drawing. He relocated his ironwork design business to Beijing in 2007.
Format: Hard cover Dimentions: 9 1/4" x 11 1/4" Pages: 270 Illustrations: 5,000Learn More
- Ukrainian Blacksmith: Oleh Bonkovskyy Mohylevskyy, Volodymyr$36.00
The production of iron and its shaping by hot forging methods was known in modern Ukraine long before the Common Era. Ukrainian Blacksmith Oleh Bonkovskyy, exemplifies one man's dedication to the art of blacksmithing. This book illustrates the craftsmanship of Bonkovskyy's many works of art that have found their home around the world, including large public sculptures, detailed and intricate panels, stained glass, signage, fireplaces, grillwork, gates and handrails, candlesticks and crosses. Included are also chapters on the history of blacksmithing and each of the styles of his work in both English and Ukrainian.
Format: Hard Cover Dimentions: 9 1/4" x 12 1/4" Pages: 293 Illustrations: 210Learn More