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On Helene's website, , you will find her books on historical jewelry making, photos of ancient jewelry, tutorials, and information about historical of jewelry.

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If you wish to purchase jewelry, my available pieces will be listed in my Etsy Shop.  Please contact me if you would like to place a special order.

If you would like to learn to make jewelry, my Ancient Wire books can show you how.  Find out more about my jewelry making books here -
My books are available in my Etsy Shop and on Amazon.

Ancient Wire -
an illustrated guide to making intricate jewelry in the manner of the Vikings and other ancient cultures

This book will not only show you how to create chains in the style sometimes known as Viking wire weaving, Viking chain knitting, or Viking knit, but how to finish them, and also how to create other items such as rings and hollow ovals

Ancient Wire II
An illustrated guide to making jewelry from Viking, Roman and other ancient cultures - including example artifacts

This book will show you how to make jewelry designs that have been around for over 1000  years - timeless items that are still beautiful today.  Photographs of artifacts that I own, along with detailed measurements of them are included in this book.  I hope this will help those wishing to recreate historical jewelry.  No heat or flame is required for any of these designs and most of the tools are portable.