Arizona Lapidary & Gem Rough


Cool Tools

The Carving Glove Guy

DAH Rock Shop

Fire Mountain Gems & Beads

Gem Resources

Hadar Jacobson- art in clay

Sharon Hessoun ~ crystal beads~ & wire knitting ~

Indian Jewelry Supply Co.

Jewelry Tools


Kent Tools


Metal Clay Findings 
Metal Clay Supply

Midnight Krafty Lady Art Moulds

Otto Frei

Potter USA

Paragon Kiln  
         request a catalog download- and review how to buy  with a reference chart

PMC Connection   (personalized stamp)

Rio Grande

Rings & Things

Star Gems
Tandy Leather Factory

Thunderbird Supply Company

Tucson Store Fixtures


Metal Clay Artist Magazine

Art Jewelry

Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist

Metal Smith

Metal Clay Today

Other Resources:

Ganokin ~ Gem & Jewelry Making information

"Complete Metalsmith" by Tim McCreight

"PMC Technic: a collection of techniques for Precious Metal Clay", edited by Tim McCreight

"Setting Stones in Metal Clay",  by Jeanette  Ladenwitch

"Contemporary Metal Clay Rings" , Hattie Sanderson , edited by Tim McCreight

"The Complete Photo Guide for Making Metal Jewelry" , John Sartin

"The Art of Enameling" , Linda Darty
Arizona Designer Craftsmen was organized in 1959 by a group of craftsmen in Scottsdale. They are committed to foster and advance contemporary crafts related activities in AZ through education, public awareness, encouraging high standards in design and workmanship, experiment with new materials and techniques, encourage and foster the sale of works in art by individual members.

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The Santa Fe Symposium® has pursued innovation all across the jewelry industry: technological, operational and experiential. At the Symposium, the industry's most inquisitive minds come together to present and discuss research, to share expertise, to connect with other professionals-to learn about what's happening in every corner of this world-wide industry.

This link will bring you to the library which  is maintained by the Symposium to help you stock your own library of jewelry-making and manufacturing knowledge. If you missed an event you really wanted to attend, or if you attended a presentation for which you'd like to have a print copy to keep as a reference, this is the perfect solution for you.

 Each paper is available individually as a digital file that you download and read or print as you wish. Please remember that these are copyrighted materials and may not be distributed to a third party for any reason.

Complete collections of the presentations for most of the Santa Fe Symposium® events are available for purchase in book form from Rio Grande.