I just got a brochure for this summer’s jewellery courses at Birmingham City University. I spent last night going through the catalogue marking all the courses that interested me. If you’ve seen the line up for this summer you’ll understand how difficult it is to narrow down my choice. They have a brilliant classes …
Tag Archives: Anticlastic forming
This is part two of a series on anticlastic forming and spiculums.
Synclastic and anticlastic hammering and raising masterclass in Birmingham.
Don’t worry this isn’t a post about equations and theorems. It’s about what happens when a talented silversmith gets their hands on a big sheet of metal and some maths equations!