Jewelers use wood, metals, leather, beads, gems, and stones to design necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings. Learn more about careers in jewelry making with this helpful article.
An isolated anvil photographed on a white background, to be used in crafting jewelry. The shiny anvil is used by the craftsman or jeweler to pound, manipulate, and shape metal jewelry, including necklaces, rings, and earrings, into the desired forms.
Browse this gemologist guide and directory to learn about gemologists in the United States of America. Each directory listing includes contact information, category tags, and a website link.
This gemologist page comprises information about gemology careers in the United States of America plus a photo of a gemologist examining a gemstone in a ring setting.
Twisted silver craft wire is suspended between two pairs of jewelry pliers. The craft wire and pliers are photographed on a dark blue background. Jewelry tools such as pliers allow the jeweler to manipulate small pieces that are difficult to handle.