Art Metalwork with Inexpensive Equipment (1929 Revised Edition)

Art Metalwork with Inexpensive Equipment (1929 Revised Edition)
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Art metalwork is unsurpassed as a medium for teaching the arts of design and for developing the spirit of craftsmanship, and it makes a special appeal because of the simple and inexpensive character of the equipment required.

The problems presented in this book follow the lines of the best technical methods derived from experience as a practical silversmith, and the illustrations used are almost entirely the product of students who worked under regular school shop conditions. They adhere to the time-tested principles of the Arts and Crafts Movement.

Contents Covered:

  • Preface
  • The Correlation of Metalwork and Design
  • Copper
  • Alloys of Copper
  • Metal Gages
  • Coloring and Finishing Art Metalwork
  • Etching, Soft Soldering
  • Etching, Straight Bending, Lapping
  • Saw-Piercing
  • Annealing, Riveting, Seaming
  • Construction, Raising, Planishing
  • Beating down, Fluting, Modeling
  • Outline Chasing, Raising
  • Raising, Fluting, Paneling, Necking in
  • Raising by Coursing, Hard Soldering
  • Raising by Wrinkling, Seaming
  • Cramp Seaming, Repousse, Recess Chasing
  • Enameling
  • Spoon-Making
  • Index
Format: PDF Digital Reprint, e-Facsimile
No. of Pages: 174
Page Size: A4 (210mm × 297mm)
Download Size: 52.6 MB
Product Code ARTATLXM73
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