During this intermediate course in jewelry manufacturing, you will be introduced to a range of jewelry techniques and skills. You will gain an understanding of the wide range of manufacturing processes available to jewelers and have the opportunity to produce a silver ring from start to finish.

Topics covered:

  • Fretwork piercing and black-holing
  • Filing and sanding to high standard
  • Cold forming to size
  • Joint and sweat soldering
  • Polishing to high standard

Level: Intermediate

Entry Requirements:

  • Have beginner jewelry manufacturing skills or
  • Have completed the summer course “Jewellery Manufacturing for Beginners”

Materials – please bring with you to the course:

  • Sketchbook
  • Pencils
  • Eraser

Dress code:

  • Hairband (if you have long hair)
  • Sensible footwear (no open toe sandals)
  • Sensible clothing (no skirts or dresses, clothing to protect your skin in the workshop)

Course Dates: July 23–27, 2018,10:00 – 17:00

Fee:£600 – new learners


Successful completion of this course earns the student a British Academy of Jewellery Official Certificate of Completion.

For more information or a full course prospectus, please contact Stefania Costa at stefania.costa@baj.ac.uk

Program taught in:
  • English

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