One of the most iconic pieces of early American cooking hardware is the toasting iron. Ranging from simplistic to elaborate, these toasting irons were a reflection of vernacular style mixed with the creativity of the smiths forging them. This two-day course will take participants through the process of constructing their own toasting iron and will include fundamental forging techniques such as punching, riveting, welding, chiseling and more. Previous forging experience necessary.
Tuition $230. Member Tuition $210. Materials Fee $65.
NOTE: Hard shoes and long pants are required for student safety.