Jeweler's Enameling Workshop by Pauline Warg
Techniques and Projects for Making Enameled Jewelry

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Add Vibrant Color to Your Jewelry!

Enameling is the one of the best ways to add color to your jewelry--and anyone can do it! In Jeweler's Enameling Workshop, master jeweler Pauline Warg shares her easy-to-follow approach to enameling. You'll first learn the basics of kiln firing and torch firing, including equipment, tools, safety, and how to troubleshoot problems. Then, twenty projects for beautiful necklaces, pendants, earrings, bracelets, and rings walk you through various dry and wet enameling techniques. You'll learn to:

Stencil simple designs using multiple colors of enamelIncorporate foil and glass beads and threads into your designsLayer enamel on stamped metal for added dimensionUse metal screen as a canvas on which to create an enameled patternCreate intricate designs with the classic techniques of cloisonne and champleveClear photographs and detailed step-by-step instructions will have you creating stunning designs using exciting techniques in no time.
 

About Pauline Warg

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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.
 
Published August 31, 2015 by Interweave. 160 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction
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