May 20 2014
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Jun 24 2014
Jewelry Making With Cold Connections

Jewelry Making With Cold Connections

Presented by University of Utah - Continuing Education: Lifelong Learning at SilverSchmidt Design Studio

Working with metal doesn't always require a torch and chemicals. Explore techniques in jewelry making using cold connections. Students will create a mixed metal cuff bracelet, earrings with handmade ear wires and a pendant using 'cold connections' such as riveting and wire wrapping. Techniques covered will be texturing, stamping, cutting, drilling, piercing and filing metals, wire wrapping, oxidizing and finishing. Materials fee covers metal sheet (copper, brass and sterling silver) sterling silver wire, leather or wax string and jump rings for completing a necklace. The kit includes enough materials to make a cuff bracelet, two pairs of earrings and a pendant along with enough extra for practicing techniques. Students are encouraged to bring any favorite hand tools and beads or found objects they would like to incorporate into their pieces.

To register or for more information, call 801-587-LIFE (5433) or visit lifelong.utah.edu.

Admission Info

$264.00

Email: life@continue.utah.edu

Dates & Times

2014/05/20 - 2014/06/24

Location Info

SilverSchmidt Design Studio

850 S 400 W, Suite 100, Salt Lake City, UT 84101