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Jewelry Workshop: Bezel Set a Stone – An Intro to Metalsmithing

September 9 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Jewelry Workshop: Bezel Set a Stone – An Intro to Metalsmithing

Cost: $275.00

Have you ever wanted to do more than caramelize creme brulee with a small butane torch?? Well: In this 1-day workshop you will learn the basics of metal-smithing and torch slinging while setting a cabochon to create a pendant. No experience is necessary. All levels of jewelry makers are welcome. All tools, instruction, and materials are included in the cost of workshop.

See the tabs below to learn more about this workshop.

In your material bag, you will receive a 1 x 1.5” piece of sheet metal which will become the back of your pendant.

I’ll have a tray of cabochons (flat backed stone) available for you to choose from. You are welcome to bring your own if you wish, as long as it is round or oval (no sharp edges or free form shapes) and fits within the sheet metal we provide.

You’ll go home with a pendant hanging from your neck: that you made yourself!

Bring your own hand tools if you desire.

Lissa Flemming, owner of Silverwaves Jewelry and Workshop 46.8°N, is an art jewelry maker, torch slinger and anvil striker. She LOVES to share her jewelry knowledge and inspire creativity in a safe and inspiring atmosphere.

Even if you think you don’t have a creative bone in your body, Lissa will teach, challenge and empower you to find that creativity and make something glorious using the skills she shares during the workshop.

Lissa started her teaching career tutoring Biology during college and later continued coaching kayaking classes and later educating about the natural history of whales and ocean biology during mulit-day kayaking and whale watching adventure trips in Baja’s Gulf of California.

Now she splits time between creating jewelry for her gallery (Silverwaves Jewelry) and teaching at her dedicated jewelry studio (Workshop 46.8°N). She’d love you to join her as she assists you in opening your eyes, hands, and souls to the wonders of jewelry and metal.

Instructor - Lissa Flemming in the workshop

– Butane torch safety and use in jewelry applications.

– Use of hand tools and rotary tool (flex shaft).

– Use of hammers and metal stamps to texture metal.

– Soldering safety and fun.

– Use of sandpaper, liver of sulfur and metal files for finish work.

– Create wrapped loops to hang beads if you so desire.

– Create bezel for round cabochons.

– Enthusiasm and patience (remember you will be learning a billion new and fun skills for the first time—enjoy the moment and BREATH)

– 100% cotton apron (I will also have some to borrow)

– Close-toed studio shoes to wear during workshop. Studio space is very slippery with wet shoes so we recommend leaving those at the door.

– Reading glasses or magnifiers

– Headband, clip or holder to keep your hair back when soldering

– Your own hand tools, drilling station, soldering station, etc if you wish (a lot of people prefer to use their own; I know I do!)

– Notebook and pen/pencil to jot down important ideas, thoughts, etc.

Lunch is provided by Chef Lars of Cooking with Lars. And (WOW!), are you in for a treat. Please let us know if you have any food allergies or special food considerations so we can pass that information along to him.

There will also be a tea kettle and complimentary assorted RISHI teas available throughout the day as well as sparkling botanicals available for purchase.

Click the link below for some ideas on where to stay during your visit to Bayfield.

Lodging Ideas

CLOSEST AIRPORTS: Duluth, MN (2 hour drive); Minneapolis, MN (4.5 hour drive)

Silverwaves Jewelry Makers Mark

Cancellation Policy:


25% of fee is considered non-refundable in cases of withdrawal for all students up to 60 days before the workshop. In other words, think carefully before reserving your spot!


Course fee is non-refundable within 45 days of the workshop unless we are able to fill the student’s spot, in which case the 25% fee still applies.


If we cancel a workshop, then 100% of your fee will be reimbursed.


Extra events planned within workshop are nonrefundable.


By signing-up and paying for a workshop, we assume you agree to the cancellation policy listed above.


If you need closer parking due to different abilities, or if you have a question about this workshop, please contact us:


Call the gallery:
(715) 913-0256

Lissa's Mobile:
(414) 550-7015


Workshop 46.8 degrees North. 40 S 2nd St. #105 in Bayfield, WI.

If you are driving North on Hwy. 13, come all the way in to Bayfield and take a right on Manypenny Ave (Blue Tourist Information sign). Drive 4 blocks down (you’ll see Lake Superior ahead) and take a right on 2nd Street to park.

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September 9
9:00 am - 4:00 pm


Workshop 46.8 N
40 S 2nd St. #105
Bayfield, WI 54814 United States
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