Join artist Sid Hanner as she creates the magic that is this extraordinary bracelet composed of many tiny gemstone rings. Sid returns to her true love, copper, to make this bracelet of copper chaining, clasp, and multiple copper pipe rings wire wrapped with dozens of tiny beads, gems, and pearls. The effect is stunning.
Learn the techniques for cutting and finishing copper pipe, soldering, and wire wrapping during this workshop. You will make several of the rings during class, mastering the techniques for this project, and can continue to add to your bracelet after you leave this wonderful workshop with one of our favorite artists.
• soldering iron
• lead free solder
• glass tile to solder on
• flux and brush to apply
• sponge or Sal-Amoniac block
• 26 gauge copper wire to wrap stones onto rings
• pipe cutter
• round, flat, and needle nose pliers
• heavy duty wire cutters
• steel bench block and hammer
• assorted stones, crystals, buttons, etc to embellish ring
• small jewelry file
All class fees are prepaid, and non-refundable. Contact class manager Dede Warren at 714-757-0558 to reserve your place in this class. You may also reserve your place in person at the store by check, cash or credit card, or via phone with your credit card. Call us if you need assistance...we'll be happy to help!
Gilding the Lily is a unique venue specializing in vintage and one of a kind items for the creatively minded. We also share that creativity through our workshops. We are pleased to offer learning opportunities that spark the imagination, grow skills and techniques, and bring women together through the arts.
Contact class coordinator Dede Warren at 714-757-0558 to register for workshops, or visit us in the store and sign up where you can see samples of the artists' work firsthand. All classes are prepaid by credit card, check or cash in store, and by credit card via phone.
Our classes are held in Nancy's home in an historic neighborhood on Brookdale Place, known since the 1920s as "Hospitality Lane." It is just minutes from Gilding the Lily in old downtown Fullerton.