Jewelry Making & Repair
The two-year, comprehensive Jewelry Making & Repair program prepares students to become professionals in the industry. The program attracts students from around the world who share a love of materials, artistic expression, and working with their hands to make jewelry that transcends time.
Jewelry fabrication and stone setting requires exceptional hand skills, focus, and a thorough understanding of materials. Throughout your studies, you’ll continuously challenge yourself and fine-tune your skills. You’ll create and repair jewelry of lasting value using traditional techniques and modern technology.
You’ll work on increasingly complex projects to develop proficiency in:
- Using a full range of jeweler's hand-tools
- Identification of metals and stones
- Metal forming techniques
- Polishing, soldering, and engraving
- Laser welding
- Silver, gold, and platinum fabrication
- Wax model making
- Jewelry repair
- Advanced jewelry construction
- Stone setting
For any questions, contact Rob O'Dwyer, Director of Admissions, at 617-227-0155 x111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The amount of precision and the quality of work the program demands was like nothing I had ever encountered. I completed projects that I never thought I could make."
Colleen Matthews JM '12View More Jewelry Making & Repair Alumni Profiles