Andy, a self-professed “non-jeweler,” dives into a Beginning PMC class by the one and only Yvonne M. Padilla. What will he create?
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Today’s “Influencers in Jewelry Design” post is the second in a series that celebrates the most influential and important shapers of contemporary jewelry design. This time, Marlene Richey spotlights the profound influence of pioneering jewelry designer Ramona Solberg, who is considered to be the grandmother of Northwest found-art jewelry. Learn more about Ramona and then join the conversation—we want to hear your jewelry Influencer stories!
Both chemical and electro-etching can be used by jewelers to add fine, detailed patterns and drawings to their designs. In today’s post, Ashli Brooke Taylor compares these two jewelry etching methods and gives you the information you need to dive in and get etching!