jewellery making skills for professionals

These courses are for jewellers looking to wade deeper their skills and moving onto more complex techniques.

 

Intermediate stone setting

The Intermediate Stone Setting course is for jewellers looking to wade deeper into the world of stone setting, moving on to more complex techniques. On both days there will be an in-depth and thorough look at each style. Extensive tutorials will give you an opportunity to watch a true master at work, before you turn your own hands to your new-found skills. Plenty of time and guidance is on hand, however further practice in your own surroundings is most definitely recommended.

 

Advanced stone setting

The Advanced Stone Setting course is for jewellers looking to tick all boxes the world of stone setting, adding almost every technique to their already impressive skillset. On both days there will be an in-depth and thorough look at each style. Extensive tutorials will give you an opportunity to watch a true master at work, before you turn your own hands to your new-found skills. Plenty of time and guidance is on hand, however further practice in your own surroundings is most definitely recommended.

 

STONE SETTING IN WAX - ONLY 2 SPACES LEFT

This course is for jewellers looking to expand their stone setting skills and make use of the forgiving nature of wax carving. During the course, there will be an in-depth and thorough look at each skill. Extensive tutorials will give you an opportunity to watch a true master at work, before you turn your own hands to your new-found methods. Plenty of time and guidance is on hand, however further practice in your own surroundings is most definitely recommended.

 

Shaped Stone Setting

The Shaped Stone Setting course is for jewellers looking to branch out from solely setting rounds, adding more complex shapes to your already impressive skillset. On both days there will be an in-depth and thorough look at each style. Extensive tutorials will give you an opportunity to watch a true master at work, before you turn your own hands to your new-found skills. Plenty of time and guidance is on hand, however further practice in your own surroundings is most definitely recommended.