Fine Silver Fusing

Fine Silver Fusing

Would you like to work with a torch in your home but don’t feel like you have space? This is a great introduction to working with a micro torch while learning the basics of fusing fine silver, a technique for joining metal that doesn’t use solder. Students will learn to make simple rings that can then be hammered, shaped and joined to make an open link chain for bracelets and necklaces or components for earrings and rings. Students will leave with a completed project of their choice.

Level: Beginner

Supplies: 1 oz 14 gauge fine silver wire


  • 1 ft 24 gauge fine silver wire
  • 1 ft 12 gauge fine silver wire
  • Tools used:
  • Mirco Torch
  • Fire Brick
  • Quenching Bowl
  • Cross Lock Tweezers
  • 2 Pair of Chain Nose Pliers
  • Wire Cutters

If you cancel, we need 7 days notice for a refund or to reschedule.

We may cancel a class from time to time and we will do so within two or three days before the start of the class.

NW Rockhounds Education Center

The NW Rockhounds Education Center serves as a hub for the NW Rockhounds community and the greater North Seattle area. The Education Center holds monthly classes in a variety of artistic mediums such as beginning and advanced Lapidary, Silversmithing and Jewelry Making as well as lectures and seminars in rockhounding and conservation education.

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Class Fee: $58

  May 6, 2018 - May 6, 2018
  Jun 2, 2018 - Jun 2, 2018
Class Type: In Person
NW Rockhounds Education Center
2720 NE 115th St.
Seattle, Washington 98125

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