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Revere Hosts 10th Masters Symposium

Revere Holds Tenth Masters Symposium Plique-a-Jour Enameling &
Filigree Wirework, Japanese Inlay, Textile Techniques in Metal,
Argentium, and Dental Techniques are five of the subjects offered
during the Revere Acadsemy’s 2007 Masters Symposium held from April
7th through April 29th. The Academy will host eight master crafts
people from around the world to ls ead a total of 14 workshops, 2 and
5 days in their specialized areas. Classes are offered at all
levels, from absolute beginner to advanced.

This year, master metalsmith, Naohiro Yamada will travel across the
Pacific to teach traditional Japanese Inlay and Engraving
techniques. Arline Fisch, author of Textile Techniques in Metal will
demonstrate the specialized methods she employs in her unique work.
Cynthia Eid will teach the first class at Revere on working with
Argentium[tm], the new sterling alloy. Ms. Eid will instruct
students on how to make sophisticated three-dimensional forms in her
class, Hydraulic Press for Jewelry. Plus, Harold O’Connor will teach
avantgarde techniques for inlaying metal into other materials in his
brand new class, Dental Techniques for Jewelers. For a complete list
of Symposium offerings and

class descriptions, visit

This is a rare opportunity to learn from the very best artisans in
the areas of their greatest expertise. Each week during the Masters
Symposium, the Academy will host a Wednesday evening
slide/reception, for the visiting masters, which is open to the

The Revere Academy of Jewelry is located in downtown San Francisco’s
historic Phelan Building. Schedules, and a free video
tour are available upon request from the Revere Academy of Jewelry
Arts, 760 Market Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, Ca 94102. Tel:
415-391-4179 Web Site: Fax: 415-391-7570.

Christine Dhein
Assistant Director

Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts
760 Market Street, Suite 900
San Francisco, CA 94102
phone: 415-391-4179
fax: 415-391-7570