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Jewelry Construction: An Introduction   

The scope of possibility for jewelry making is endless: across time, culture, and geography, humans really like shiny things they can wear. Build a solid foundation of jewelry fabrication skills in this introductory class. Learn to saw, solder, file, and polish fine metals, using fine sheet copper. These techniques have been used for hundreds of years, but each piece is unique to the maker. This course will include two pieces made from fine sheet copper: the first will be a design created by the instructor to teach specific techniques; the second piece will allow for creative freedom with new skills. 


Required Tools

  • Eye protection
  • Dinner or snack for the first evening if desired. No formal dinner break will be taken.


Optional Tools

  • Jeweler's loupe or other eye magnification
 

 

  • Jewelry Construction: An Introduction
    8/26/2022 - 8/28/2022
  • THIS CLASS IS FULL. Please click the "Add to Wait List" button below 
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  • Tuition:  $235.00

  • Materials Fee:  $45.00 - payable at registration

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  • Instructor:  Todd Hawkinson

  • Capacity Remaining:  -1 (Negative number indicates number of people on the wait list)

     

     

  • Dates:  8/26/2022 - 8/28/2022

  • Times:  Day 1: 4-8pm; Day 2: 9am-5pm; Day 3: 9am-3pm

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