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How to Make MODERN JEWELRY
How to Make MODERN JEWELRY
How to Make MODERN JEWELRY
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HOW TO MAKE
MODERN JEWELRY
BY CHARLES J. MARTIN
Instructor of Jewelry, War Veterans' Art Center,
The Museum of Modern Art; and Professor of
Fine Arts,Teachers College, Columbia University

IN COLLABORATION WITH
Victor D'Amico
Director of Educational Program, and War
Veterans' Art Center, The Museum of Modern
Art; and Head of Fine Arts Department, The
Fieldston School
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CONTENTS
PAGE
Foreword ............................................................................................  4
Introduction: Art for Beginners Series ....................................................  5
Ordering Sterling Silver .........................................................................  6
Where to Buy Materials and Tools ......................................................    7
Basic Tools Used in Jewelry Making ....................................................   8
Tools and Supplies for Making Jewelry in This Book .............................   10
Materials for Making Jewelry in This Book ...........................................   11
PROJECT
I SIMPLE REPOUSSE Pins and Burtons in Thin Gauge Metal .................12
Trustees of the Museum of Modern Art
II WIRE PINS and Hair Ornaments or Lapel Pins ....................................16
John Hay Whitney, Chairman of the Board; Henry
III ETCHED DESIGN Open Bracelet .......................................................20
Alien Moe, 1st Vice-Chairman; Philip L. Goodwin, 2nd
IV WIRE BRACELETS and Other Jewelry Made of Wire .........................24
Vice-Chairman; Nelson A. Rockefeller, President; Mrs.
V PIERCED PIN in Silver or Copper ......................................................28
David M. Levy, 1st Vice-President; Alfred H. Barr, Jr.,

VI APPLIQUED WIRE DESIGN for Pins and Other Jewelry .....................34
Stephen C. Clark, Rene d'Harnoncourt, Mrs. Edsel B.
VII APPLIQUED METAL DESIGN

A Pin Decorated by Soldering Plate on Plate ........................................38
Ford, A. Conger Goodyear, Mrs. Simon Guggenheim,
VIII RINGS MADE OF WIRE ...............................................................41
Wallace K. Harrison, James W. Husted, Mrs. Albert D.
Lasker, Mrs. Henry R. Luce, Ranald H. Macdonald,

IX STAMPED DECORATION Copper or Silver Bracelets .......................45
Mrs. G. Macculloch Miller, William S. Paley, Mrs. E. B.
X REPOUSSE DECORATION True Repousse .....................................47
Parkinson, Mrs. Charles S. Payson, Andrew Carnduff
XI THREE-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN Earrings and Other Jewelry ............50
Ritchie, David Rockefeller, Beardsley Ruml, John L.
Senior, Jr., James Thrall Soby, Edward M. M. Warburg,

XII RINGS WITH SET STONES ..........................................................54
Monroe Wheeler.
XIII ENAMELING ON COPPER-LIMOGES

Decorative Pins in Color ..................................................................60
XIV ENAMELING ON COPPER-CHAMPLEVE' Belt Buckle

or Pin Decorated with Color .............................................................64
Honorary Trustees
XV RINGS WITH PRONG SETTINGS

Simple and Advanced Types ...........................................................68
Frederic Clay Bartlett, Mrs. W. Murray Crane, Duncan
XVI WIRE DRAWING and Tube Making ...........................................74
Phillips, Paul J. Sachs, Mrs. John S. Sheppard.
XVII CHAIN MAKING Simple and Decorative Chains .........................76
XVIII UNIT JEWELRY Necklaces, Chokers and Bracelets .................81
Basic Processes in Jewelry Making ...............................................88
If You Want to Make Your Own Jeweler's Work Bench .....................94
Bibliography .................................................................................95
Copyright, 1949.

The Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Printed in the U.S.A.

 

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