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Jan. 7-Feb. 25 INTERMEDIATE JEWELRY MAKING CLASS 8-week session

245.00
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Jan. 7-Feb. 25 INTERMEDIATE JEWELRY MAKING CLASS 8-week session

245.00
sold out

In this intermediate level workshop of 8 three hour sessions. This class requires experience with soldering, sawing, and bezel setting. The intermediate student will continue to practice the techniques of metal forming, soldering, sawing, texturing, and bezel setting. More advanced projects using the aforementioned techniques will be introduced at the beginning of the class and the student has the option to work on the demonstrated project or their own design. The remainder of the class will focus on Individualized instruction geared toward the student’s skill level. All necessary tools and equipment will be supplied as well as enough copper, brass, and some silver to create at least 4 projects. The student may purchase additional materials for more projects. Should time allow, techniques such as enameling, casting, and prong setting will be introduced. Please note that due to scheduling conflicts, there is only one make-up class available. You may finish work already started during the make up class that is available during the Monday evening or Wednesday morning jewelry classes. Should class be cancelled due to weather, a make up class will be added for March 4. This class is limited to 8 students.

Note: Students should come to class wearing closed toe shoes and shoulder length hair tied back

Mondays 6pm-9pm January 7-February 25

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In this intermediate level workshop of 8 three hour sessions. This class requires experience with soldering, sawing, and bezel setting. The intermediate student will continue to practice the techniques of metal forming, soldering, sawing, texturing, and bezel setting. More advanced projects using the aforementioned techniques will be introduced at the beginning of the class and the student has the option to work on the demonstrated project or their own design. The remainder of the class will focus on Individualized instruction geared toward the student’s skill level. All necessary tools and equipment will be supplied as well as enough copper, brass, and some silver to create at least 4 projects. The student may purchase additional materials for more projects. Should time allow, techniques such as enameling, casting, and prong setting will be introduced. Please note that due to scheduling conflicts, there is only one make-up class available. You may finish work already started during the make up class that is available during the Monday evening or Wednesday morning jewelry classes. Should class be cancelled due to weather, a make up class will be added for March 4. This class is limited to 8 students.

Note: Students should come to class wearing closed toe shoes and shoulder length hair tied back

Mondays 6pm-9pm January 7-February 25