Introduction to Jewellery Making

What will I learn?

Even if you have little or no experience of jewellery making, this course will provide you with an exciting introduction to the techniques used for adding texture and colour to jewellery. You will explore etching, roller-texturing, embossing, achieving patinas through heat and chemicals, and basic enamelling. Basic sawing, filing and soldering will be covered, while more experienced students will be encouraged to design and produce their own work, incorporating the texturing and colouring processes.

General materials and tools are supplied (except for silver and stones), and you will given a list of useful suppliers and equipment during enrolment.

Additional Course Details for 18/19

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  • Course code 13072
    Course name Introduction to Jewellery Making
    Study mode Part-Time
    Days Wednesday
    Times 18:30 to 20:30
    16-18 fee £125.00
    Entitlement Waiver £125.00
    Full Cost Fees £125.00
    Start date 19/09/18
    Duration 10 week (s)

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