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Copper is affordable, plentiful and easy to work with. In her second book Eva M. Sherman explores ways copper, copper wire and sheet metal can be transformed into numerous different styles of cuffs. She uses standard gauges of sheet and wire, along with common metalworking and wire working tools to create over 25 unique cuffs.
Jewelry designer Eva Sherman began beading as a way to spend time with her daughters, but soon became hopelessly addicted. She traded in her architectural career, as well as her bank account for the opportunity to spend all her time among beads. Grand River Beads and Gift Gallery opened in 2005 and has become a destination for jewelry designers looking for unique beads as well as art appreciators looking for locally created, hand crafted art. Eva's jewelry designs have been published in Stringing magazine, Step By Step Wire and Bead Trends. Eva has traveled and taught extensively. She lives in Rocky River, OH.