Saw and hammer out the bangle bracelets of your liking while learning how to rivet metal to metal or organic materials together. Riveting is a classic, durable and popular way to create cold connections in jewelry designs (a “cold connection” is the joining together of metal components without using solder). This 3 hour course is a fun project-based class that is a great starting point for beginner metalsmiths.
Students will learn how to measure, saw, rivet, and hammer out copper bangle bracelets. Having taken the Intro class is not necessary in order to participate. Learning how to saw and rivet metal will be the primary focus along with learning how metal moves and work hardens.
Copper, brass, saw blades, hammer and mallet, bracelet mandrel, anvil, files, and sand paper.
A NOTE ABOUT CLASS SIZE
Classes are limited to 4 students to ensure lots of hands-on time with the tools and personal attention from the instructor. If the class is sold out but you’re still interested in this particular class, we can add your name to a waitlist and will contact you if a ticket becomes available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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