Looking for a new style and skill in jewelry making? Try Metal jewelry making with Kate Ferrant Richbourg’s Metalsmithing Made Easy: A Practical Guide to Cold Connections, Simple Soldering, Stone Setting, and More book! Even if you’re a beginner in metal jewelry making, Kate’s book will help you and teach everything you need to know about metalsmithing.
I am not a metalsmith jewelry maker and I have never tried this technique, but after reading the Metalsmithing Made Easy by Kate, I am confident that I can make metal jewelry and will be able to follow Kate’s projects that she’s included in the book.
Insde the book are 15 metal jewelry projects to try. Check out a few of my personal favorites!
Adjustable Riveted Ring
This design is completely adaptable to your style. Choose any type of stone that appeals to you. The possibilities are endless.
Earrings with a Set Stone
This technique can be used on a variety of stones, not just pearls. Try setting stones on cabochons as well and then setting the stone in a ring or pendant.
Earrings with Balled Accents
These earrings are super versatile. Make them according to the pattern or use the idea as a base to create something original.
This design really versatile. Customize it with your initial or favorite design stamps.
Riveted Hook and Eye Clasp
This hook and eye are too lovely to hide in the back of a necklace. Try moving this one to the front as a centerpiece.
Riveted Stone and Leather Bracelet
This design is a great starting point for other ideas. Elongate the leather or add a chain to make a necklace.
This slinky bracelet is a great project to let your skills shine. Personalize this piece and make it your own!
Tube Set Bracelet
Simple, sleek and classic. It is easily adjusted to a variety of wrist sizes.
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