2010 Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist Collection (Download)

1,060+ pages of jewelry making tips, tricks, and how-tos—all in one convenient downloadable collection!
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With this amazing downloadable collection, you’ll get all 12 of the 2010 issues with tons of step-by-step projects, full-color searchable pages, quick-print projects, and all the tips and how-tos the jewelry world trusts from the editors of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist magazine.

Explore 12 issues (1,060+ pages) of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist exactly as they were printed—now in a new, convenient downloadable format.

  • Discover the experts’ secrets from tools and materials to industry information and design inspiration.
  • Find answers fast with easy searchable options and printable projects.
  • Learn great tips with how-tos for soldering, riveting, faceting, and so much more.
  • Create stunning jewelry with metal, gemstones, wire, metal clay, and more with expert techniques made easy.
  • Master jewelry-making skills and develop your own designs with artist demos, tips, tricks, and more!  

Get 12 full issues of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist to enhance your jewelry-making resources today. From step-by-step fabricated metal jewelry pieces to everything you need to know about stunning stones each issue is packed with timeless jewelry-making information.

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Customer Reviews

Very good Review by Linda

I found the 2010 collection extremely varied, inspiring and informative.

I'm just new to silversmithing, having worked a lot with wire and stones, and find the magazines very helpful, and with beautiful works to aspire to. Also the instructions are wonderful for anyone attempting to make the pieces. Lots of tips for setting up your own studio inexpensively. Wonderful!

(Posted on 2/18/14)

Save your money Review by Ken

I brought 3 different years. They were on sale cheep so I thought I couldn't go wrong. I'm seriously disappointed in that I’ve already seen most of the projects because they are already published free on the internet.

(Posted on 1/31/14)