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18k Granulation with Kent Raible

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Product Name Price Qty
18k Granulation with Kent Raible - April 10-14, 2017
$1,299.00
18k Granulation with Kent Raible Materials Kit
$50.00
Registration Fee
New students registering for their first class must pay the Registration Fee. This is a one-time fee. If this is your first class, please add this to your order.
$50.00

Quick Overview

This class is part of the Masters Symposium 2017. Please scroll to bottom of page to see class details.

Students registering for this class must purchase the Materials Kit.

New students registering for their first class must pay the Registration Fee. This is a one-time fee. If this is your first class, please add this to your order.

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Students will learn the intricacies of granulation and solderless fabrication in 18K gold, including formulas for alloying 18K gold, granulation solutions and the use of copper salts to replace conventional gold solder. During this class, Kent will demonstrate the fusion of seams, granulation, finishing techniques, stone setting and more. Depending on skill level, students will be guided to complete a granulated gold jewel of their own design, or will be given a recommended project by the instructor. Prerequisite: Fabrication 2 or experience. Kent Raible has been working in precious metals since his first high school jewelry class in 1970. He studied with other artists he admired and took classes at the Revere Academy. He has gained international prominence for his elaborate jewelry and objects, which are included in major collections, such as the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC.