Nechamkin-Glasser has worked with Tiffany and Co. and other clients and and she will be joined by Louisa Bann of the Library’s North Jersey History and Genealogy Center.
Examples of silver from the collections of the Library and from the Morris County Historical Society will be on display.
Silver chasing, as the topic of the day, involves the hammering to depress, raise or move small areas of the metal to create relief designs, monograms or images without removing any of the metal. The work can be done on traditional silver cups, flatware goblets and vases or even on jewelry and religious elements.
The free program begins at 2:00 p.m. and refreshments will be served. This program is supported through funding from the Friends of the Morristown & Morris Township Library.