Silver Passport Workshops

 

married metals

 

Married metal is a term used to describe the process of soldering contrasting metals together using a hard solder (higher temperature). Typically copper, brass and silver.


After soldering the pieces together, they can be re-cut and soldered in contrasting positions. This can be done again and again to achieve an intricate pattern.


This finished panel can be made into a design or set like a stone.

 

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Plan a design using contrasting metals butt together. That panel can be cut and re-soldered making sure the metals are contrasting.

Come into the studio for your Silver Passport and keep a log of all that you have accomplished in your artistic journey!

The Workshops:


  1. Etching (etched panel for future creations)

  2. Chasing/Repoussé (pendant)

  3. Metal inlay (inlayed panel for future creations)

  4. Textures w/Flexi Shaft (periodic table of textures)

  5. Keum Boo (24k gold gilding)

  6. It’s Riveting! (cold connections)

  7. The Chain (three chain samples)

  8. The Art Of The Saw (precision sawed piece)

  9. Charcoal Casting

  10. Fold Forming (sample tiles of the technique)

  11. Findings (hooks, toggles, earwires, pin backs)

  12. Married Metals

  13. Patinas

  14. Perfect Polishing

  15. Hinges

  16. Flush Setting Faceted Stones

  17. Painting With Fire NEW!