Faux Bone – for Jewelry, Spoons, Knives and More

No Skills Required
July 10 & 17, 2024 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm View in Your Timezone

In this workshop, we’ll explore Faux Bone, an incredible material that is nearly unbreakable, completely non-toxic, eassily worked and … inexpensive. It can be used to make jewelry, spoon handles, knife handles, and more. It can be filed, hammered, polished, drilled, warmed and formed, stamped, inlaid, dyed, and painted. Using cold connections, you’ll learn how to combine the material with almost any other materials including metals, wood, and found objects.

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

Robert Dancik

Robert is an artist/educator/author and developer of materials for artists. He has taught at Penland, Arrowmont, Touchstone, Metalwerx, Victoria College of Art – Australia, West Dean School of Art & Mid-Cornwall Jewellery School – UK and more. His work can be seen in numerous books and magazines and is in the collections of The Racine…


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