The Best Jewelry Finding Accessory - September 2021
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Brandon Neice was raised in the rich, golden bearing region of California's Placer County. At a young age he became interested in gold prospecting and treasure hunting. Brandon's father (an expert recreational prospector and enthusiastic outdoorsman) facilitated his fascination by taking him on outdoor adventures across the northwestern US. Later in life Brandon moved to Idaho where he met a friend who had been using metal detectors to find gold nuggets. Brandon purchased his very first metal detector in 2003 and started searching for paintings near and far. Since that time he has traveled the planet unearthing rare and valuable metals of all sorts. From coins and relics dating to 50 B.C. to golden nuggets and meteorites from space. He's gained countless views on his YouTube station www.YouTube.com/user/DrTones24k that follows him and a team of discovering experts on their treasure hunting experiences. Brandon has also helped archaeologists in finding itmes of interest in historical properties like James Madison's Montpelier real estate.
One of the most accomplished finds include a 1901 S Barber Quarter (regarded as one of the rarest US, silver diamonds produced in the 20th century), also a 50 B.C. Celtic gold stater along with a rare Norman era ceremonial bracket with gold amalgamated surfaces and enameled crucifix layout. See all Brandon Neice products
Interweave is one of the country's largest publishers of magazines art books, and even content. Interweave specializes in the areas of fiber arts, and knitting, crochet, quilting, stitching, mixed media, antiques , jewelry, spinning, weaving. Interweave ranks as one of the best craft publishers in the United States and its own books, magazines, and videos are available globally.See all Interweave products
Denise Peck resides in Philadelphia and is editor-in-chief of Step by Step Wire Jewelry magazine and senior editor of Lapidary Journal/Jewelry Artist.
She's a seat jeweler's certificate from Studio Jewelers, Ltd. in NYC, and has been making and selling her own jewelry for over 15 years. She also teaches jewelry-making often at Interweave Bead Fest displays in Philadelphia and Santa Fe. Her instructional DVD's on creating Viking knit with wire, fusing nice silver cord, and soldering bezels using a micro-torch are available at Interweave.com. See all Denise Peck products