Just A Shake:

Pewter Salt Shaker

Prerecorded Demo


This prerecorded video demonstration will cover the fabrication of a pewter salt shaker with compression lines. The shaker will be made through simple forming and fabricating techniques in 16-gauge sheet pewter. Hydraulic-press compression will create decorative details in the form of the shaker. The techniques shown in this demonstration are welding, soldering, hydraulic-press compression, drilling, refill port and stopper construction, and surface texturing. NOTE: This project does not require previous experience, but it does require access to metalworking tools.

Suitable for all skill levels. 

Fee: $45. Participants will receive a materials list and the prerecorded demonstration video. They will have unlimited access to these materials for 30 days from the date of purchase.


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HOW IT WORKS


The materials list and the prerecorded videos will be provided through Teachable.

Students have access to this material for 30 days from the date of purchase.


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If you need help with enrollment or payment please contact [email protected].



David H. Clemons


Studio artist; teaching: University of Arkansas, Haystack (ME), Pocosin Arts (NC), Arrowmont (TN), Penland; Oregon College of Art and Craft residency; collections: Yale University Art Gallery (CT), Metal Museum (TN), Arkansas Art Center; exhibitions: Crafting Futures (NC), Wear (NC), Wearable Pewter (IL and Istanbul), Appetites and Objects (MD).


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David H. Clemons Prerecorded Demonstration

Just A Shake: Pewter Salt Shaker

This prerecorded video demonstration will cover the fabrication of a pewter salt shaker with compression lines. The shaker will be made through simple forming and fabricating techniques in 16-gauge sheet pewter. Hydraulic-press compression will create decorative details in the form of the shaker. The techniques shown in this demonstration are welding, soldering, hydraulic-press compression, drilling, refill port and stopper construction, and surface texturing. NOTE: This project does not require previous experience, but it does require access to metalworking tools.

Suitable for all skill levels. 

Fee: $45. Participants will receive a materials list and the prerecorded demonstration video. They will have unlimited access to these materials for 30 days from the date of purchase.