“Essential for jewelry marking, this hammer combines two faces, which are uses in different operations. The chasing face is used to strike tools only, not jewelry. Use it for center punches, chasing punches, etc. The surface it not maintained and will show marks and dings, which is fine because this tool is not used on jewelry metals themselves. The riveting face is a small cross peen. It is ideal for upsetting, or spreading the ends of rivets when cold-joining metals. This hammer needs no maintenance. It is required for classes at the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts in San Francisco, California.” ALAN REVERE
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Types of Hammers & Their Uses
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