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The Division of Continuing Education courses are suspended until further notice, with the exception of online CE courses, which will proceed uninterrupted.

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Enameling and Bezel Setting

6:30PM - 9:30PM
Mar 03 - May 05
3.00 CEUs,
10 Sessions

Scott Fowler Owner, Bushwick Jewelry Casting

Enameling is a method of applying powdered glass to metal and then melting it to create a solid layer of glass, allowing for a variety of colors and patterns within one piece. Bezel setting is the rim of metal that frames and secures the enameled piece. In this course students will explore techniques in enameling and bezel setting that include sawing, disk cutting, dapping, shaping and soldering. By the end of the course students will have completed multiple finished pieces and will have acquired a full understanding of enameling and bezel setting processes.


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