Project Lab: Anodized Titanium and Sterling Silver Pendant - Painting with Electricity

Project Lab: Anodized Titanium and Sterling Silver Pendant - Painting with Electricity

In this class you will anodize your own design on a prepared titanium disc and then set the disc in a sterling silver bezel for a one-of-a-kind pendant.
Anodizing is an electrolytic process that builds an oxide layer on the surface of a metal. Anodizing niobium and titanium produces a range of attractive colors without dyes or paints.

Joe Calabrese and Lee Mash

Great For

  • Beginners, no experience required
  • Project Lab Anodized Jewelry recommended but not required

Skills Toolbox

  • Basic anodizing
  • Basic bezel setting

Tool Clearance

  • Idea Foundry Anodizing power supply

(Idea Foundry workshop members who have taken this class are cleared for independent use of these tools in the shop. Learn more about membership here.)

Pairs Well With

We have many wonderful jewelry classes, start with our Orientation: Bench Tools

Plan Your Visit

All materials and safety equipment supplied.  Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants to participate, and sturdy footwear (e.g. tennis shoes or boots) is recommended. Natural fiber clothing is recommended (e.g. cotton, denim). Plan to arrive for class about 10-15 min early and check in at the front desk.  Our main entrance is on State Street, with parking lot entrance on State St. as well. IF parking and street parking available.

Tickets:

Idea Foundry Member: $100

Non Member: $110

Upcoming Dates

  • APRIL 8 | 6-10PM (5 Spots Left)