Central Scotland School Of JewelleryCentral Scotland
SCHOOL OF JEWELLERY

Torch Colored Titanium Weekend Workshop – Oct 14

Titanium is a popular in contemporary jewellery because of its ability to take on beautiful, iridescent colour however it is a challenging material to work with as it is incredibly strong and cannot be soldered using traditional methods. During this workshop, students will be taught how to work with titanium including saw piercing and making cold connections such as rivet joints. Working with sheet metal and wire, a simple project, for example a pendant, will be made and finished with heat-colouring which achieves a brightly coloured, oxide layer that is completely stable. This workshop is suitable for both beginners and more experienced students who wish to learn a new technique for bring colour into their jewellery projects. All tools and materials are provided with the exception of silver which can be purchased at cost price from the School.
9:30am – 4:30 pm with a break for lunch at 12:30.
Lunch is not provided but we can recommend places nearby where you can buy a lunch.
**Please note: classes may be cancelled due to lack of attendees. In the unlikely event, you will be fully refunded and notified the day before the class is scheduled**

Course Info

Start Date - 14 Oct 2017

End Date - 14 Oct 2017

Time - 9:30 am to 4:30 pm


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