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Pearl Inlay, Instruction Manual


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Mr. Patterson takes the shell from the water to its final resting place – be it a fingerboard or a binding trough. This book shows how to set up jigs for grinding, cutting strips or curves; and a jig for slicing fairly large quantities of shell. Engraving, replacing broken/ missing inlays, and designing your own inlays are covered. A good tool source, over 60 illustrations/photos, softbound. 81 pages. Revised in 1988.

SKU Product Name In Stock Each  
BM11 Pearl Inlay, Instruction Manual No $15.95 Discontinued