Guyot Brothers Expands Jewelry
|Attleboro, MA (PRWEB)
May 20, 2007 -- The Jewelry Findings Glossary of Terms, edited and
republished with the permission of the Manufacturing Jewelers and
Suppliers of America (MJSA), has 135 new item listings, definitions, and
product profiles, making it easier than ever for those seeking detailed
information on jewelry making and jewelry findings, to find what they are
looking for. The Glossary now includes nearly 300 jewelry terms, many of
which include a photo for easy identification of the jewelry component.
Links to items included in the Guyot line of decorative stampings, including filigree, charms, and other ornamental findings are included. Many product profiles have a search function for the user's convenience.
"What may surprise many people is that understanding and sourcing the multitude of jewelry components available for jewelry manufacturing can be very complex. A brooch, pendant, bracelet, or earring may appear simple to the consumer or casual observer, but material quality, size specification, and use of the correct jewelry findings for the job are critical elements in the function of a manufactured or crafted jewelry object. To the new or inexperienced or even seasoned buyer, a Jewelry Findings Glossary of Terms can be a resource they turn to again and again when trying to obtain the necessary parts for a new jewelry design. It can take decades of gathering and painstaking attention to detail to build an in-house findings library. We hope the Jewelry Findings Glossary of Terms will help, " stated Andrea Guyot Twombly, Vice-President of the fourth-generation brass findings manufacturer.
Many educational institutions have been freely linking to the Jewelry Findings Glossary of Terms, and others are welcome to do so as well. It has also become a popular bookmark or favorite, not only to professional jewelry findings buyers, but individual jewelry crafters, jewelry making and metalsmith students, aritsans, vintage jewelry collectors, and people who simply have an interest in jewelry. It not only provides a convenient reference insuring the user the proper vocabulary, but through its search function, the Jewelry Findings Glossary of Terms can become a quick and easy buying resource.
Located in Attleboro, Massachusetts, the Birthplace of the Jewelry Industry in America, Guyot Brothers continues to produce their high-quality line of stamped filigree, charms, floral, and other decorative jewelry findings. For viewing the line in person, the company maintains a showroom at the factory in Attleboro, Massachusetts.
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