Course in Jewelry Design in England in United Kingdom

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Jewelry Design

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In a jewelry program, students typically study the history, types and design of items like necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings. Courses in a program like this may include the study of materials, design, history, restoration, creation and merchandising.

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Jewellery and Silversmithing - Building Skills for the Advanced Jeweller

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 10 weeks September 2018 United Kingdom London

This course will be offered exclusively to those with considerable previous experience in jewellery making. The programme will be led and taught by the Head of Jewellery with members of the team visiting to deliver specialist skills. [+]

Our motivating and enthusiastic team of Jewellery and Silversmithing lecturers are all practising makers and freelance commercial designers as well as experienced teachers.

The department is well connected with the industry and current events and benefits from links with businesses in Hatton Garden’s jewellery quarter and with galleries, suppliers and exhibitions across London.

Our team promotes a ‘hands on’ experience where you can learn and practice a wide range of skills for constructing, soldering and forming metal as well as stone setting, surface decoration and finishing. Our courses offer as much bench-work experience as possible as we believe this nurtures a thorough understanding of practical and 3-dimensional problem solving as well as gaining knowledge about materials and processes.... [-]


Jewellery Workshop

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 10 weeks September 2018 United Kingdom London

A mixed level course which covers a range of jewellery and silversmithing techniques. This course offers the opportunity to learn metal-working skills for making decorative objects such as jewellery, or functional objects such as spoons or bowls. [+]

Our motivating and enthusiastic team of Jewellery and Silversmithing lecturers are all practising makers and freelance commercial designers as well as experienced teachers.

The department is well connected with the industry and current events and benefits from links with businesses in Hatton Garden’s jewellery quarter and with galleries, suppliers and exhibitions across London.

Our team promotes a ‘hands on’ experience where you can learn and practice a wide range of skills for constructing, soldering and forming metal as well as stone setting, surface decoration and finishing. Our courses offer as much bench-work experience as possible as we believe this nurtures a thorough understanding of practical and 3-dimensional problem solving as well as gaining knowledge about materials and processes.... [-]


Jewellery Evening Workshop

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 4 - 5 weeks September 2018 United Kingdom London

A mixed level course which covers a range of jewellery and silversmithing techniques. This course offers the opportunity to learn metal-working skills for making decorative objects such as jewellery, or functional objects such as spoons or bowls. [+]

Our motivating and enthusiastic team of Jewellery and Silversmithing lecturers are all practising makers and freelance commercial designers as well as experienced teachers.

The department is well connected with the industry and current events and benefits from links with businesses in Hatton Garden’s jewellery quarter and with galleries, suppliers and exhibitions across London.

Our team promotes a ‘hands on’ experience where you can learn and practice a wide range of skills for constructing, soldering and forming metal as well as stone setting, surface decoration and finishing. Our courses offer as much bench-work experience as possible as we believe this nurtures a thorough understanding of practical and 3-dimensional problem solving as well as gaining knowledge about materials and processes.... [-]