Fundamentals of Jewelry Making I
Tuesday, March 15
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Tuesdays, March 15 - May 24. No class May 17
Instructor: Leslie Hartwell
This course covers the making of fine jewelry, the development and refinement of hand-skills and techniques as well as an understanding of the characteristics of metals and stones. Learn these fundamental - sawing, filing, and shaping metals skills that are essential to fabricate and repair jewelry. This intensive workshop offers an overview to students considering a career as a bench jeweler, employed in the retail business, or interested in learning more about how jewelry is made and repaired. Completed projects include a pendant, earrings, and set of stack rings.
Students are responsible for supplying their own tools. A tool list will be sent at least 2 weeks prior to class start. Students will also have the option to rent a tool kit from the instructor.
Please review our Registration Policies before registering.
Registration closes 7 days prior to class start.