Theory & Practice of Goldsmithing

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Since the first printing of this book in 1961, “The Brepohl” has become a standard text for the training of goldsmiths and a recognized general reference book for professional workshop practice. Early chapters discuss materials with a focus on gold, silver and platinum. This valuable resource covers the chemistry and physics of material usage as well as the mechanisms of soldering, eutectic bonding and electroplating, silversmithing, chain making, findings, gems, stone setting and jewelry repair. Amply illustrated with photographs, drawings and charts, this book is a must-have reference for the serious jewelry. Hardcover, 536 pages.
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