In today’s Business Savvy post, Etsy jeweler and business woman Barbara Polinsky gives concrete, step-by-step advice about how to find success as an Etsy.com seller. Her tips can help you get the most from your Etsy store or perhaps give you the courage and inspiration you need to dive into selling your goods on Etsy for the first time!
You may be surprised to learn that the Federal Trade Commission classifies much of what you may consider “Made in the USA” jewelry, created in the United States, as being of foreign origin. In 1997, the FTC published an enforcement policy which outlines compliance standards for product origin claims. These standards pose problems for U.S. jewelry makers large and small.
In this third installment of Rio’s video series on soldering, Mark Nelson guides you through various torch types, arming you with information that can help you choose the best torch system for your specific job!
In the spotlight today is the story of Dennis Sims, of Alaska Scrimshaw Connection in Houston, Alaska. Read about how Dennis discovered his calling to be a scrimshaw artist in the frozen north and find inspiration in stunning examples of his craft!
Today, on The Studio, meet Dianka Pocop jeweler and star student of many of Rio’s jewelry-making classes! Dianka’s eagerness to learn and grow has helped her expand her interests and grow her business—take a look and then explore our diverse class offerings to enrich your own skills!
Ronda Coryell, of Jewelry Studies International, teaches and explores jewelry across the globe. In today’s post, she shares tales—and beautiful photos—from her jewelry-making workshops in Bali, Switzerland, and Italy! Take a look and then head over to the JSI website to sign up for your own overseas jewelry adventure!
One of many enthusiastic participants at Rio Grande’s Winter Workshop 2013, Subomi Elesho Okhueleigbe traveled over 7000 miles to expand her jewelry-making skills and while she was here she made the most of every opportunity! Get a glimpse of her Winter Workshop adventure and be sure to join us for next year’s Winter Workshop!