Jewelry Making with Fire, Saw, and Hammer/ Spring 24


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Learn the basic metal work necessary for jewelry making. Newcomers must register two weeks before class begins. 

Continue to improve your skills. 

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JEWELRY MAKING; with Fire, Saw, and Hammer
Sage Reynolds
447.0 | Wed 6:00 – 9:00 PM | Room A 
Starts April 17 | $390 | 10 Weeks

We welcome beginning as well as returning students. Those who have been through the basics can build upon the metal work skills for jewelry making and can work on their own project concepts to improve their skill level. Everyone will be working in copper brass and silver.

If you have your own tools as a beginner, please let us know. Otherwise, there will be a one-time tool fee of $80 for torch, firebrick, and hand tools, to be paid on 1st day of class.  Newcomers must register 2 weeks before class begins.

This class also includes a field trip on a weekday into Manhattan’s diamond district to meet stone suppliers, casting services, and tool suppliers.  

Class meets once a week for 10 weeks.

$20 Registration fee will be applied to the total



Supply List:

  • Butane Torch
  • Fire brick
  • Jeweler’s saw frame
  • Titanium solder pick
  • #7 tweezers, stainless steel
  • Chain nose pliers
  • flush cut wire cutter
  • Center punch
  • Set of #2 cut files (6)
  • Bench pin
  • Flux brush
  • Small sketch book
  • Clutter dish
  • Flux dish
  • Wooden dowel
  • 4”C-clamp
  • Safety glasses
  • Washcloth or small towel
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