Jewelry Basics and Design • 141A67
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January 22 - April 30
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About this Class:
Class / 14 sessions / $285 / Metals Lab / Wed 9-noon / Jan 22-Apr 30
*No class Mar 19.
A comprehensive introduction to jewelry fabrication. Begin with the basics and discover your own creativity. Explore jewelry design while learning to saw, file, texture, and form copper, brass, and silver. Through individualized guidance, students will develop a basic understanding of soldering while setting stones in bezel, prong, and tab settings. Expanding from traditional setting techniques, the course covers hollow form construction, hinges, rivets, and clasps while fabricating lockets and other interactive jewelry designs.
ARTWORK BY INSTRUCTOR / Ashley Potgeter