goldwork: Modern Goldwork
During the craft revival of the 1960s and 70s in the United States the techniques of gold working that were developed in the past were used to create complex, innovative designs, principally in jewelry making. More recently, new techniques, including electroforming, have been added to the traditional means of producing goldwork.
- The Renaissance
- The Middle Ages
- Goldwork of Asia and the Americas
- The Ancient World
- Modern Goldwork
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