Order-No. 9100ENG



228 pages with a lot of pictures and illustrations

The work of the silversmith comprises numerous techniques. The artistic intent is essential, the craftman's skill is subordinate to it. Silver objects can be produced using the following techniques: raising, embossing, panishing, doming, fitting, soldering, casting, forging, pressing, sinking, stamping, etc.
Silversmith's every day tasks are primarily hammering, forging, soldering and casting. Production techniques used by factories are mainly drawing, pressing, sinking, peening and stamping, as well as deposits formed during electroplating etc...
Soldering and surface treatments are techniques used by individual craftsmen as well as factories.
All above techniques are described in this book.

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