Wax carving is like sculpture for jewellery and allows enormous creativity, as so many different forms can be made. This practical guide introduces the techniques to this age-old method through a series of guided exercises and projects, and demonstrates how exciting it can be. Drawing on the experience of two master wax-carvers, it also gives invaluable advice on the finish of your cast pieces and how to reproduce them. With over 400 colour photos, it give advice on setting up for wax carving, tools, tool-making and materials. There are exercises that introduce the beginner to using wax and then build ideas and confidence to try more complex designs. Included are advanced techniques that show how to use stones in a carving and how to add texture and surface detail. Finally, finished examples demonstrate the potential, excitement and versality of the method.
Wax Carving for Jewellers by Russell Lownsbrough Danila Tarcinale
About the author
Russell Lownsbrough FIPG and Danila Tarcinale FIPG have worked together since 1993 and are best known in the trade for their figurative jewellery. They supply many world famous jewellery houses and designers, and they have won numerous awards. Danila Tarcinale FIPG and Russell Lownsbrough FIPG have worked together since 1993 and are best known in the trade for their figurative jewellery. They supply many world famous jewellery houses and designers, and they have won numerous awards.
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