Metal students test their mettle producing finished pieces of jewelry

To celebrate the finished school year, here are three finished pieces from Mrs. Jennifer Braas' Jewelry and Metals courses.
Bubble blower by Nevin Hoeninger from Jewelry & Metals 2.
Bubble holder with blower by Steve Sines from Jewelry & Metals 1.


In the Jewelry and Metals course students construct creative and original jewelry and metal pieces using basic hand metal skills. Construction techniques explored include sawing, filing, finishing, riveting, texturing, bending, and soldering of brass, nickel-silver, and copper.
Throughout the semester students are encouraged to explore new ways of thinking in creating unique metal forms as they study the history and techniques used to create them.

A ring by Emily Frey from Jewelry & Metals 1.

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