Fundamentals of Traditional Silversmithing

 

The key principal to Traditional Silversmithing is the practice of passing on only positive energy to the wearer and future generations through jewelry. This is maintained by smudging and not allowing any negativity to enter my body or my workplace. The hand-making techniques passed down, as well as the use of the same traditional hand-tools and materials, help ensure this process as well. I take this very seriously. It is an honor to be deeply appreciated and respected just as much as my mentors...and theirs.


Here's a glimpse of how I start and end each day with a 'happy soul'...

 

Traditional Smithing

For those of you who may not know...This is how I start and end each work day. I made this video to give you a small glimpse of what goes into your order every single day that it's worked on. See more at: http://serenitysilver.com* A special thanks to the Iroquois museum and Kay Olan for this audio version of the Thanks Giving Address.

Posted by SerenitySilver.com on Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Thanks Giving Address I use to pray with (by Kay Olan), courtesy of the Iroquois Indian Museum.
Please show your support for the museum by visiting them and supporting their programs

 

Hand-Making Sterling Jewelry
This short video is a very brief glimpse at all that I put into making my QUALITY handmade sterling jewelry:

Learn more at: http://serenitysilver.com/howitsmade.htm

Posted by SerenitySilver.com on Monday, July 13, 2015
 
 
Making Crushed Inlay
This short video is a very brief glimpse at all that's involved with making QUALITY hand-crushed inlay. (Wampum shell shown):

See more at: http://serenitysilver.com/howitsmade.htm

Posted by SerenitySilver.com on Sunday, July 12, 2015
 
 
Inlaying Your Jewelry
This video gives you simple look at what's involved with inlaying your jewelry:

Last one for the http://serenitysilver.com/howitsmade page. :DFinal finishing video

Posted by SerenitySilver.com on Monday, July 13, 2015
 
 

NOTE:
 Each piece will be imperfect as ALL true custom hand made jewelry is. Each one of my creations are one of a kind because of these variations, as well as my trademark stamp.

2006 - 2016 Including but not limited to all images, jewelry designs and creations; including posted methods of construction by this artist, owner, and designer.