Jewelry

PollaroThumbPollaro Pin
Necklace by Lauren Pollaro
AHansonBraceletsThumbAHansonBracelets
Bracelets by Anne Hanson
NSmileyEarThumbNSmileyEar
Earrings by Nisa Smiley
BKingBraceletThumbBKingBracelet
Bracelet by Barbara King

CHilbrigTauroneyNeckThumbCHilbrigTauroneyNeck
Necklaces by Christiane Hilbrig-Tauroney
LAdamsEarThumbLAdamsEar
Earrings by Lynn Adams
JSchmidtHeartNeckThumbJSchmidtHeartNeck
Necklace by Julie Schmidt
PFlynnSetThumbPFlynnSet
Necklace & Earrings by Patricia Flynn

EMoranNecklaceThumbEMoranNecklace
Waterlily Pendants by Elise Moran
KKennedyRingThumbKKennedyRing
Ring by Kristin Kennedy
BLaBellaCuffsThumbBLaBellaCuffs
Cuffs by Blair LaBella
DDonnellyEarThumbDDonnellyEar
Earrings by Dierdre Donnelly

EZapBraceletThumbEZapBracelet
Bracelet by Erica Zap
KuegelPendantThumbKuegelPendant
Pendant by William & Lynn Kuegel
RAldenNecklaceThumbRAldenNecklace
Necklace by Rebecca Alden
ROjanenBraceletROjanenBraceletThumb
Bracelet by Ritvaliisa Ojanen

TTalasNecklaceThumbTTalasNecklace
Necklace by Terri Talas
DBeaulieuThumbDBeaulieuPendantEarSet
Pendant and Earring Set by Diana Beaulieu
SMulveyBraceletSMulveyBracelet
Bracelet by Susan Mulvey
PWergerKeumbooCarnelianEarringsThumbPWergerKeumbooCarnelianEarrings
Earrings by Paulette Werger

Spanning the gamut from traditional metalsmithing to experimental methods and materials, there are many jewelry-making techniques. Metalsmithing, creating jewelry through the manipulation of various metals, is one of the oldest and most widely practiced jewelry making methods. Fabricating the jewelry out of sheet metal, a metalsmith relies of many different tools to create a piece of jewelry including, but not limited to: hammers, saws and mandrels. Metalsmiths can combine other techniques to create their work, such as enameling, fusing glass to the surface of the metal, repoussé and chasing, embossing designs onto the metal surface, or bezel settings, forming a pocket to set a stone or other decorative element. Other common materials for jewelry include: beads, wood, clay, glass and even leather, hemp or other twines.
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