Profiled mid-lenght courses for groups and individuals. Focus on particular types of jewellery practice

 

In this section you will find information about our courses, which focus on particular techniques. Basically, they vary in length, however the minimum course load is about 20 hours. Some of the courses require previous experience (enamel, amber and shells). Other courses such as historical reenactment and engraving are suitable for everyone at any level of experience. If you are not sure which course to go for, get in touch and we will guide you. We offer customised individual classes as well!

Amber

This workshop will give you knowledge on the properties and durability of amber. We will […]

Advanced Goldsmithing Workshop

During this workshop we will show you how to prepare gold alloys on your own […]

Lampwork, Murano, Millefiori

Glass beads in different shapes and styles. Individual classes.

Required skills: none

Duration: 30 hrs (shorter courses are […]

Steel Workshop

This workshop will present you with the use of steel in jewelry making. You will […]

Casting workshop

During this workshop we will show you how to prepare and cast your own silver […]

Engraving Basics

The course teaches the process of incising a design onto a surface.

Required skills: none

Duration: 20h

Dates: click […]

Recreating historical techniques and works

Historical reenactment course teaches theory and practice of historical techniques and styles for jewellery-making and […]

Repousee and chasing basics

Repousse is one of the oldest decorative techniques. Flat sheets of bronze, copper and […]

Glass enamels

A stained-glass like technique used to dye a surface of an object.

Required skills: 

 

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