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    Harry B. Hollander
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    Pitman Publishing (September 1974)
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Harry Hollander (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Harry Hollander (Author). The unique characteristics of each of the three resin systems - acrylic, epoxy, and polyester - are explained in detail.

Plastics for Jewelry: How to Combine Acrylic, Epoxy, and Polyester Resins with Pewter, Silver, Metal Powders, Wood and Fiberglass to Make Cast, " Enameled, " Inlayed, Plique-a-Jour & Laminated Jewelry.

Plastics as Design [email protected]@tics for Artists and Craftsmen. Peggy Goldstein, Thelma R. Newman, Harry B. Hollander. Plastics for Artists and Craftsmen.

Hollander, Harry B. Publication date. Plastics as art material. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. New York, Watson-Guptill. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. China-America Digital Academic Library (CADAL). Uploaded by Lotu Tii on May 1, 2013. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Plastics for Artists and Craftsmen - Hardcover Book - By Harry B. Hollander - How to Use Resin . The most common harry holland material is paper. The most popular color? You guessed it: black.

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I collect books on hobbies and crafts, particularly from the '30s through '70s.
There was a period when people made things, and most hobbies were hands on. People made just about everything, and were very proud of their handicraft. Even if I do no more than read the books, I love the reference to the diferent styles and times. Anyone out there remember "grape lamps"?
I also make jewelry which I sell, and sometimes like to use old techniques rather than follow the "buy a bead" school of design. Look for and read these old books if you can find them; they are really fun even if you don't do anything with your hands.
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The book is nearly 40 years old and the information is way out of date. There are many new products that are so much easier to use. Epoxy resin jewelry has changed dramatically. I was disappointed that there weren't very many color photos.