“London-based jewellery designer and teacher Bone introduces jewellery makers to the art and science of silversmithing in this collection of step-by-step tutorials on a variety of intermediate to advanced metalworking techniques. The coverage is extensive, including sections on texturing, etching, stone setting, and filigree. A brief explanation of silversmithing tools and materials is provided. Even if the idea of silversmithing is outside your jewellery-making comfort zone, the inspiration in this book is priceless.”
Library Journal

“This is a stylish book with excellent content. It is a pleasure to look at and to use. This book takes you through basic, surface and specialist techniques. The processes are comprehensive and thoroughly explained. In addition there are also tutorials explaining the process through step by step written and photographic instructions. The book explains traditional processes and also includes metal clay. The book profiles six makers. In section two, you’ll find materials, tools and resources. This is the best jewellery book I have seen – it’s a real tour de force, suitable for anyone interested in making silver jewellery.”
Yarns and Fabrics Blog

“Interweave is sharing a fabulous new book with us dear Craft Gossip readers! Silversmithing for Jewelry Makers: A Handbook of Techniques and Surface Treatments by Elizabeth Bone covers everything from basics to tools and beyond to health and safety. Basics include annealing, pickling, soldering, cutting and filing, cold connections, findings and mechanisms, casting and more. As you learn and become more advanced, you’ll appreciate the specialist techniques of married metals, stone setting, working with metal clay, filigree, and granulation. The surface techniques covered are sure to make all your finished pieces more visually interesting. Chasing and respoussé, engraving, etching, and reticulation to name a few are included. Each technique is described and followed with a tutorial for practice.”