Surface Decoration in Metals & Jewelry

InstructorWendy Tonsits
ScheduleTuesdays · 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
DatesSeptember 13 – October 25, 2022
AgesAdults
TypeOnsite
MediumMetals, Jewelry & Glass
LevelBeginner
CostMembers $262.50 · Non-Members $300.00

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In jewelry design, there are many techniques that introduce surface decoration. In this workshop you will explore roller printing and keum boo. Roller Printing is a technique where you can impart a decorative pattern to the surface of your jewelry project by compressing jewelry metal with a patterned brass plate in a rolling mill. Keum Boo is a Korean decorative technique of fusing 24k gold leaf to either a fine silver surface or a depletion guilded sterling silver surface. Depletion guilding is a process of creating a fine silver surface on top of sterling silver by repeatedly annealing and pickling. You will be making 2 projects: a pair of earrings and a pendant.

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