Brass Enamel Bells

September 27, 2008 by  
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Duke of Edinburgh?

Im doing my D of E over the next few months, im just wondering what some of you did for your Skill section, im really stuck on what to choose. Thanks

This is the recommended skills section

SKILLS SECTION ACTIVITIES
Aeronautics
Agriculture
Aircraft Recognition
Amateur Radio
Aquarium Keeping
Archaeology
Architecture
Astronautics
Astronomy
Basket Making
Bee Keeping
Bell Ringing
Billiards etc.
Birdwatching
Boatwork
Bookbinding
Brass Rubbing
Bridge
Budgies etc
Buglers & Trumpeters
Bushcraft & Survival
Cacti Growing
Cake Decoration
Camping/Outdoor Equip
Candlemaking
Canoe Building
Canvas Work
Carnival Floats
Casualty Simulation
Ceramics
Ceremonial Drill
Chess
Circus Skills
Clay Modelling
Clay Target Shooting
Coastal Navigation
Coin Collecting - see Numismatics
Collections etc
Committee Skills
Comms - Hearing
Comms - Sight
Conjuring & Magic
Conservation
Consumer Info.
Cookery
Corn Dollies
Costume Study
Creative Embroidery
Criminology
Crocheting
Cross Stitch
Cycle Maintenance
Dance Appreciation
Darts
Democracy in Action
Disc Jockey
DIY
Dogs
Dough Craft
Drama & Theatre
Drawing
Dressmaking
Driving - see Motors
Drugs & Peer Ed.
Enamelling
Event Planning
F1 Car Design
Fancy Ropework
Fantasy Games
Fashion
Film Studies
Film Making
Fishing
Floral Decoration
Fly Fishing
Flying
Forces Insignia
Forestry
French Polishing
Furniture Restoration
Gardening
Gemstones
Genealogy
Geology
Glass Painting
Glasswork
Gliding
Groundsmanship
Handbell Ringing
Health & Style
Heraldry
Historical Prd Re-En.
History of Art
Horses - Handling
Information Tech.
Insects
Interior Design
Jewellery
Journalism
Karting
Keeping of Pets
Kites
Knitting
Lace Making
Languages
Leatherwork
Lettering etc.
Library Skills
Life Skills
Majorettes
Marksmanship
Marquetry
Model Construction & Racing
Money Management
Mosaic
Motor Cars – Maint.
Motor Cars – Skills
Motor Cycles – Maint.
Motor Cycles - Skills
Motor Sports
Music Appreciation
Music Playing
Natural World
Navigation
Newsletters etc
Numismatics
Orchid Growing
Painting & Design
Paleontology
Papercraft
Patchwork
Period Furniture
Pewter Working
Photography
Pigeons
Pool/Snooker - see Billiards
Power Boating
Public Speaking
Puppetry
Quilting
Radio - see Amateur Radio
Reading
Religion
Reptiles
Rug Making
Ship Recognition
Signalling
Singing
Soft Furnishing
Soft Toy Making
Sports Appreciation
Sports Officiating
Stamp Collecting
Table Games

Metal Artwork

There are many types of crafts like work with wood, metal, textile, stone, earthenware and sculpture. And metal artwork is very popular all over the world, because items made of metal or decorated with metal are very attractive and interesting from artistic point of view.
In the metal artwork the following metals are usually used: silver, copper, iron, alloys like bell metal, white metal and bronze. The examples of metal artwork are vessels, utensils, crockery, sculptures, design items, jewelry, photo frames, figures of saints, monuments of people and animals, doorknobs, valves and key chains.

It is often that during the making certain metal items the wax is used. In the beginning the model is made of wax. Then it is covered by the clay. And the last stage is using melted metal. At this stage melted metal replaces the clay and in such way wax and metal are the main ingredients which are used to make a certain metal figure. Finally the model is cooled.
There are several types of metal artwork which are connected with such metal as brass. A lot of utensils and items of household are made of brass and are decorated with brass.

Metal is used in such process as soldering, engraving, damascening and enameling. The results of these processes are wonderful objects made of metal of parts of metal. Metal artwork is wide-spread all over the world. For example in India there is special type of metal artwork which is called naquashi. It is a complex process which includes printing of flower and calligraphic patterns on copper and silver. Another interesting type of metal artwork is called Koftagari. This process means encrustation one metal into other metal which is in form of wire. Such type of metal artwork is used for producing swords, daggers and shields.

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