Senior students K.C. and D.G. created these self-directed ring projects. K.C. annealed, twisted, and forged the silver band ring and cut out the “V” ring with a jewellers’ saw. D.G. took on a challenge with this brass “ball ring”, where spheres were created by purposefully melting small pieces of brass wire, then soldering them onto a band. Excellent work!
Some incredible work by our Spring 2019 Senior Jewelry students! Featured here are a brass and a sterling version of the Russian Wedding Band (three interlocking rings), and a copper/silver sweat-soldered ring made by L.M. in Grade 11. Excellent work, everyone!
A few of the stunning, detailed pieces completed by students this year. These projects combine all skills learned in Jewelry in the first term: sweat soldering, piercing, ringmaking, and sanding/polishing.
Beautiful work by R.S. & J.Z. in Senior Jewelry. Featured here are creative projects designed by each student, as well as Lost Wax Castings cast out of sterling silver. We’ll miss you, R.S.! Have a great return to Germany.
Grade 12 student J.L. crafted this gorgeous sterling silver twig ring as a self-directed project. Leaf shape was cut out of sheet metal, branches and vines cut and soldered out of wire. Incredible work!
An assortment of rings made in Highland’s Jewelry shop. Lost wax casting (with leaves) by T.G., braided copper wire ring, copper friendship ring by H.G., and overlapping forged ring by K.T. Keep up the creative work, everyone!