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.
These stunning self-directed pieces were made by M.F. (marlin) and J.L. (pendant) in Grade 12, and feature intricate hand-cutting with a jeweller’s saw, as well as complex soldering of different metals together. Impressive work!
Welcome to a new year of Jewelry 11/12! Check out these amazing projects by T.C., R.P., B.G., E.H., J.G., and T.G.: designs are chosen by each student, cutting is done by hand with a jeweller’s saw, and two different types of metal are “sweat-soldered” together. Excellent work, folks!