WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE!
In business since 1981, we are the premiere supplier of unique, quality materials for jewelers, knife makers, craftspeople, artists, medical & dental providers and many more! We specialize in small quantity amounts throughout our lines making it easy to buy just the amount you need. Whether it's Niobium, Titanium, Anodizing, Multi Etch or Mokume Gane, we've got you covered!
Some hints to navigating the new site:
Click the PRODUCTS tab to view all our products, view our reference pages or view our catalog options
Click the CALENDAR tab to view our trade shows, workshops and classroom opportunities
Click the GALLERY tab to view several pages of beautiful work created by our customers
Click the DOWNLOADS tab for all our many instructional sheets
Have a question? View our FAQs and FORUM tabs
Did You Know?
If you're teaching a class using any of our products, we'll give you a free listing on our Calendar page!
Just send us the info using the contact form below with your class information, dates and a link for more information and we'll help you promote! Win-Win!
Every day, millions of Americans use crafts and fabrics to create handmade products right here in the United States. Under a series of proposed tariffs, the price of commonly-used crafts and fabrics could increase by as much as 25%, unintentionally putting a tax on products "Made in America". The Made in America Tax will inadvertently hit small business owners as well as everyday American consumers who have a passion to create.
The things you make to enjoy a hobby, sustain a passion and to support charitable causes are an important part of America's culture.
We want to let you know that the artist's and crafter's ability to continue to create at an affordable cost is in jeopardy. Proposed tariffs on many of the items offered by our innovative American supplier base will inadvertently place a tax on the "Made in America" projects our customers create, hurting millions of individual artists and crafters along with charitable organizations and small businesses.
We encourage you to take a look at the links below and if it makes sense to you, please consider signing the petition.