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Class Description

Explore a range of techniques and processes in the development and creation of flatware in this 8 week course. Students will learn how to work with hammers and stakes to form shapes for spoons and forged handles along with sawing and piercing to make fork tines and decorative embellishments. Soldering will allow for more involved designs and riveting will offer the possibility of including materials other than metal. Various approaches to surface finishing and polishing will also be covered.

Come with designs to work on or be inspired by the processes you learn. Utensil design will be discussed. This is a non-ferrous class, students will work in copper, brass, and silver.

Open to all levels.

Maximum class size 12 students.

This class is taught by Erin S. Daily &

Taught by Brian Weissman
Prices for Classes
All students receive a 50% discount on hourly and daily bench rentals throughout the duration of their course.
Refunds & Credit

Withdrawals from class 7 days prior to the start of the class will receive a full refund for the class minus a 5% processing fee. If cancellation occurs 3-6 days prior to the class, we will provide a 50% refund. Cancellations 48 hours or less receive a 25% refund. Refunds will not be provided for no-shows or same-day cancellations.

We do not refund tuition for classes that students miss due to their own circumstances. Students enrolled in multi-session studio courses (excluding workshops and intensives) may make-up missed class sessions during open studio hours for up to two weeks after the last class meeting.

We reserve the right to cancel or discontinue any class, in which case you may choose to receive a refund, apply the class credit towards a different course, or receive a tuition credit for future use. Tuition credits are valid for up to one year. Refunds will be issued within 30 days.