9781454709039

Chain Mail Jewelry Contemporary Designs from Classic Techniques

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  • ISBN13:

    9781454709039

  • ISBN10:

    1454709030

  • Edition: Reprint
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2/10/2015
  • Publisher: Lark Crafts
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Summary

Thanks to its exquisite, easily mastered techniques and elegant lines, chain mail—the classic art of linking metal rings—is enjoying a creative resurgence among jewelry makers. This attractive resource was the first full-color book on the market to help beginners and intermediates get in on the craze. With computer-generated illustrations that show every step, it thoroughly introduces all the key construction procedures, including the proper methods of winding, opening, and closing the metal rings. The 30 projects include a simple pendant encasing a large semiprecious stone and a flat chain-mail neckpiece that colorfully combines copper and blue titanium rings. Plus, there's advice on polishing the pieces, tips on adding pearls or beads, and a gallery of works by professional jewelers.

Author Biography

Terry Taylor lives in Asheville, North Carolina, and works as an editor, jeweler, and metal artist. He has authored numerous Lark books, including Altered Art, and his project designs have been published in over four dozen Lark titles.
 
Technical Consultant & Illustrator:
A lifelong, full-time resident of Manitoulin Island, Canada, Dylon Whyte has been studying and making original chain mail creations and patterns for 20 years. In 2002, he self-published a book on the construction of chain mail titled The Art of Chainmail - Volume I - European Patterns. While not operating his own computer repair and web design business, he creates and sells unique handmade chain mail jewelry at local markets and festivals.

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