Gorgeous work done by Jewelry 11/12 students. Each student chooses their image and metal varieties, and all cutting is done by hand with a jeweller’s saw. Pieces are then sweat-soldered, sanded, and polished.
A perfect send-off post for summer vacation (and R.I.P., Leonard Nemoy).
Awesome work by Grade 9 student E.S. – she even added a brooch pin, so this can be worn in full Trekkie fashion.
Have a great summer, everyone! – Ms. T.
Check out the incredible metalwork skills shown by M.B., K.S., and L.C. Each student chooses a design and carefully cuts it out by hand with a small jeweller’s saw. The patience required can be huge, and these students nailed it! (M.B. soldered her copper and nickel silver pieces together to create the husky). Great work!
These Grade 9/10 students wanted to try something a bit more advanced for their pendant projects! After designing and cutting out an image by hand with a jeweller’s saw, each student sweat-soldered their piece onto a different type of metal. Incredible work, everyone: I am so impressed! Browning logo by J.M-J., octopus by N.M., and howling wolf by C.P.
Another incredible jewelry saw piece by M.F.! Nickel silver and copper, carefully cut & sweat-soldered together. Desjardins would be proud.
Outstanding cutting and soldering creative work by K.M. in Grade 12! Design drawn by B.L. in Grade 11.