Introductory Silversmithing

A fast paced introduction to the art of jewelry making. This Silversmith class covers the basics including soldering, filing, and sawing, polishing, riveting and cabochon stone setting. The classes are project based and students learn through fabrication while finishing one to two pieces of jewelry over the duration of the course.

As part of the course students can take a tour of the jewelry district visiting tool and equipment suppliers and a lapidary for stone cutting and supply. We also take in a casting house where students will see the lost wax process first hand and watch a master mold maker at work.

Course Fee $440

2.7.15 to 3.14.15 Saturdays 11-2pm
3.23.15 to 4.27.15 Mondays 6-9pm
4.25.15 - 5.30.15 Saturdays 11-2pm
6.24.15 to 7.29.15 Wednesdays 6-9pm
8.6.15 to 9.10.15 Thursdays 6-9pm
10.3.15 to 11.7.15 Saturdays 11-2pm
11.9.15 to 12.14.15 Mondays 6-9pm

251 Grand Street Brooklyn, New York, NY 11211 • (718) 387-6200