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101 Bench Tips for Jewelers offers everything from time-saving and organization tips to advanced jewelry-making tips in soldering, stone setting, metal drilling and shaping, polishing and more. Alan Revere teaches how to use everyday items like dental floss and paper clips to make repairs and improve the quality of finished designs.

Softcover, full color, 120 pages
101 tips
Book size: 10-3/4 x 8-1/4 inches
Level: Intermediate to advanced
Books are shrink-wrapped and are returnable if unopened.

Made in the USA

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About the authors: Alan Revere is a German-trained master goldsmith, an award-winning jewelry designer, and an internationally respected educator and author. A member of the American Jewelry Design Council, he is also the founder of the Contemporary Design Group and the creator of instructional books, articles, and DVDs for goldsmiths and jewelers. Since 1979, he has taught thousands of jewelry makers from around the world at the school he founded, the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts in San Francisco. His bench tips appear frequently in the MJSA Journal.

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