Ring Repair [Paperback] Alan Revere
In Professional Ring Repair Alan Revere documents the repair and restoration of 15 finger rings to demonstrate skills used everyday by jewelry repair technicians around the world. With experience gained from his decades of teaching and thousands of students, Revere presents essential material in a logical graduated program. Excellent photos and illustrations augment the clear instructions that bring these practical skills within reach of every attentive student. At last, jewelry repair technicians have a reliable and comprehensive training guide and bench reference on rings.
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