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The Sturlin Goldsmith's Hammer is a modern and sleek version of the classic Goldsmith's hammer designed in collaboration with Award winning Goldsmith Michael David Sturlin. 


It is available in 2 options - a wide extended cross peen for forging, spreading, and texturing, and a long tapered ball peen for texturing surfaces and setting rivets.


Both versions have a substantial head, weighing in at approximately 150g. Each head features a slightly domed 1 inch face with softened edges. The heads are complimented by an ergonomic Osage Orange handle, designed with a slender shaft and a smooth sweeping grip to create unmatched comfort and performance.



"These hammers are designed for every level practitioner from beginner to expert and will find a suitable home in any metalsmith's studio. Congratulations on your purchase, we hope you will enjoy using these exceptional tools for many years to come."


Michael David Sturlin


Sturlin Goldsmith's Hammer

  • Michael David Sturlin is a Master Goldsmith, and a renowned educator and writer celebrating his 50th year at the bench in 2023.

    Michael's award winning jewelry has received recognition from the World Gold Council, the American Jewelry Design Council, 

    and Jewelers of America New Designers Gallery. His work is included in the book Masters Gold, and has been featured in more 
    than a dozen national and international jewelry magazines.

    An acclaimed instructor in our craft, Michael is a past faculty member of the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts, Mesa Arts Center, 
    and Metalwerx.

    Michael authored Metalsmithing 101 - a seven year column in Art Jewelry magazine, and Studio Insights - a five year column in 
    Metal Clay Artist Magazine along with feature articles in Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist, MJSA Journal, Metal Arts Guild of Canada, 
    and Art Jewelry magazine.

    Through the In Depth Retreat Sessions at his private studio in Scottsdale Arizona along with an international program of visiting 
    artist workshops, Michael shares five decades of goldsmithing experience and professional insight with students at all levels from
    enthusiastic beginner to accomplished professionals.


    More info on Michael can be found here

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