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A Resource List provides the Medieval Artisan with a list of vendors who can provide raw materials, tools or  training for their craft.  This page lists general purpose links that provide assistance across many different crafts.  Individual Craft pages also have Resource lists for those vendors and sources that specialize in their craft.
esource List: Training

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Provides a basic overview of the sand casting process.
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This school is located in eastern Tennessee in the US. It provides weekend and week-long training classes in aspects of all the crafts on this site over the course of a year. It has a very good craft library and bookstore that also sells tools and materials needed for the classes.
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Provides instructional DVDs and tools for near-eastern chasing and repousse work. Ditto for filigree. She also teaches classes.
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This is a very nice group that specializes in the art of Enamelling. They have an excellent free lending library for members and sponsor a conference every two years.
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Ganoksin is a website that has many how-to videos covering a number of jewelry making techniques and a truly excellent email list. They also sell pdf copies of turn of the last century texts on making jewelry for a little over a US dollar each. You will rarely find a better deal for that price.
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This is a general purpose forum covering all the basic metal crafts.
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The Prince's School specialises in teaching, researching, and promoting the practice and theory of the arts and crafts of the world's great traditions. It has courses on a host of medieval and ancient art techniques and the associated philosophical underpinnings of the art.
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A general purpose jewelry tool and materials supply company.
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A free video primer on the sand casting process.
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This is a very good article on setting up a pitch bowl using modern, store-bought materials.
esource List: Tools & Materials

esource List: Tools & Materials

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This school is located in eastern Tennessee in the US. It provides weekend and week-long training classes in aspects of all the crafts on this site over the course of a year. It has a very good craft library and bookstore that also sells tools and materials needed for the classes.
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Provides instructional DVDs and tools for near-eastern chasing and repousse work. Ditto for filigree. She also teaches classes.
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A general purpose jewelry tool and materials supply company.
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Provides copper sheet and foil in a variety of thicknesses, sizes and alloys. Has very good explanations of which products are good for what purposes and also has an inexpensive sampler pack.
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