Jewelry-Making Basics: Coin Rings (US Quarter)
February 11 @ 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Coins have been made into rings for years, they were sometimes given as wedding bands after World War I and WWII. It is said that these rings were often made in the trenches or on Navy ships at sea by hitting the coin with a large silver spoon several thousand times. Learn how to heat, hammer, and shape metal while making your very own, very cool looking ring out of a US quarter dollar coin. Coins will be provided, but feel free to bring a special one of your own if you prefer.
**Cost: $55/person (all materials included)**
**Suggested age: 14-114 years old**
**Class Size: 7**