Professional Jewelry Making: A Contemporary Guide to Traditional Jewelry Techniques

January 20, 2019 - Comment

When master goldsmith Alan Revere published Professional Goldsmithing in 1991, he brought traditional European trade education to the US for the first time, adapting it for an American audience. The book was a best seller and quickly became a standard text in the field. To mark the 2oth anniversary of this groundbreaking work, Revere and

When master goldsmith Alan Revere published Professional Goldsmithing in 1991, he brought traditional European trade education to the US for the first time, adapting it for an American audience. The book was a best seller and quickly became a standard text in the field. To mark the 2oth anniversary of this groundbreaking work, Revere and Brynmorgen Press offer a revised and expanded edition that includes new projects, scores of new photos, and a handsome new layout. What hasn t changed is the precise instruction that makes this edition a fitting testament to its predecessor.

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Anonymous says:

Best First Choice For Those Interested in Jewelry Making and Beyond! Basically the 2nd edition of Revere’s out of print “Professional Goldsmithing” and that is not a bad thing!A couple of new projects but basically the same photos and text from “Professional Goldsmithing”, once again not a bad thing!Generally I’d give this 5 stars plus as it is the single best starting point for any jewelry maker of any level. The learning curve may be steep but instruction is quite clear. Numerous excellent step-by-step photos accompany…

Anonymous says:

Great for those with intermediate silversmithing skills

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