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The Metal Clay Techniques Book
Learn how to make professional-looking metal clay jewellery without investing in silversmithing equipment and training. This rich and inspirational jewellery-making guide will help you master the essentials of metal clay jewellery with tried and tested techniques explained in detail, as well as expert advice and information on the cutting edge of metal clay creativity and materials.
Metal clay is one of the most popular materials used by commercial jewellery-makers and hobbyists alike. Metal clay can be moulded and worked like simple modelling clay, before being baked in a domestic oven and hardening into an alloy of silver, gold, bronze, copper and other metals. This book will allow you to master the core techniques and show you how this material could keep you creatively engaged for a lifetime of jewellery making!
Written and demonstrated by Sue Heaser, one of the world's most highly regarded metal clay teachers, whose track record for selling books on this subject remains unequalled. Metal clay techniques covered include: shaping metal clay; clay firing techniques; findings for metal clay; using moulds; bead making techniques; incorporating gemstone beads; embellishing with polymer clay; and more!
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Sue Heaser is an internationally renowned artist, author, and teacher and has been working in polymer and metal clays for over 25 years. She has published 13 craft books, including the best selling Magical Metal Clay Jewelry. She has taught metal clay and polymer clay workshops all over the world - from the USA and Europe, to Taiwan and Japan. She was founder director of Art Clay World UK Guild and the first person to qualify as a Senior Art Clay Instructor in the UK. She has studied with Master Art Clay Instructors in Japan and teaches jewelry making workshops on all kinds of metal and polymer clay techniques from her studio in England.
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Book Description David & Charles, 2012. Softcover. Condition: Near Fine. Stiff crisp unmarked book, about new but for slight bump to top corner. ; 9.9 X 8.5 X 0.6 inches. Seller Inventory # 53536