Silversmiths use a variety of techniques to create objects from silver. They may work with silver wire, sheet metal, or precious metal clay.
The first step in the process is to design and plan the object. This includes creating a sketch or drawing of the object, as well as determining the materials needed and how they will be used. The silversmith then creates a clay model which is used to create a plaster mold. The silversmith carves the model into a wax form which can be used for casting silver pieces.
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