Safe Start Studio Access for Jewelry/Metals Studios

Our Jewelry and Metalworking Studios are fully equipped to meet the needs of jewelry artists at any level.

All users must comply with Pratt’s campus-wide Safe Start policies and procedures as well as those outlined in the studio-specific Safe Start Studio Guides below. Preexisting Studio User Guides, which dictate the proper use of facilities and equipment, remain in effect as well.

Failure to comply will result in immediate suspension of access privileges.

For more information on Pratt’s Jewelry and Metalsmithing Studios, please contact Monica Street at



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Our studios offer:
  • two separate fully-equipped jewelry studios, with a total of 20 jewelers’ benches, and a flex shaft at each bench
  • acetylene/air torches for general soldering and natural gas/compressed air torches for large-scale annealing and soldering
  • hydraulic press
  • three rolling mills
  • step shear, Pepe benchtop shear, and Beverly shear
  • casting, PMC, and enameling kilns including two Vcella kilns for enameling
  • extensive range of holloware stakes and hammers
  • dedicated finishing room with buffing unit, ultrasonic cleaner, and magnetic tumbler
  • set of dedicated small tools for studio artists, including dapping punch set, dapping block, disc cutter, letter and numeral stamps
  • access to hand tools
Studio Access Rates: $35 per day (9:00 am - 5:30 pm); $17.50 per evening time slot (6:00 pm - 10:00 pm)

For more information on Pratt’s Jewelry and Metalsmithing Studios, please contact our front desk at 206.328.2200 x221 or

Read our FAQ about the Jewelry Studio Access Program.