Bring Color to Your Creativity
Enameling is the process of applying a glassy, colored opaque or transparent substance to the surface of metal and heating it to over 1350 degrees until glossy. Enamel is used to add color and dimension to jewelry using many different techniques such as sgraffito, cloisonné, crackle and others.
Enameling Program at Annealed Studio
Our program guides beginning students through a number of projects meant to teach the basic skills. Once you have the basics down, you will continue to add to your skill set and technique by continuing to work with our instructors to create pieces that speak to you. From pendants and earrings to housewares such as light switch covers, the possibilities are endless.
Enameling Basics at Annealed Studio
- Sifting / Wet packing
- Threads and lumps
The images above are examples of the Enameling projects students complete in their first semester at Annealed Studio. The projects have been carefully designed to introduce beginners to the basic skills.
Students Enjoy Bringing Creativity to their Projects
Enameling Class Highlights
|Class Duration||8 Classes|
24hrs total instruction
|Schedule Flexibility||Receive bench time credit to make up classes you miss within the semester|
|Location||Downtown Cranford NJ, walk to train station and restaurants|
|Materials||$45 materials fee for access to studio enamels and consumables.|
|Bench Time||Available at $10/hour for students and members|
|Tools and Equipment||New, well maintained, modern equipment|