July 26 & August 2, 2024 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm View in Your Timezone

Setting cabochon stones, enamels, or found objects from the back allows for the creation of interesting decorative frames, pierced elements over the stone, a heavy bezel look from the front, and/or a double-sided feature. This type of setting is sometimes used to set very fragile stones, enamels, or 2D artwork/photographs under plexiglass so that no pushing, hitting, or setting happens from the front. Alternatively, tabs will be used to set the object or stone from the back.

A Facebook group will be created for this workshop.

All of our online workshops are recorded and, with purchase of the seat in the class, you have access to the recording(s) between workshop sessions as well as for 45 days after the workshop ends.

Meet the Instructor

Jill Baker Gower

Jill is a metalsmith and educator who resides near Chicago, IL. She holds degrees from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and Arizona State University. She has taught metals and jewelry courses and workshops at universities, craft schools, and colleges across the U.S. Jill has exhibited her work in numerous exhibitions nationwide. Her work has…


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