SHORT COURSE

Alan Tilsley presents Jewellery Making

Description

This 8-week stone setting and fabrication course is designed to enhance existing skills with instruction and guidance from a professional trade jeweller. It is suitable for those working at intermediate or advanced jewellery making levels. Prior stone setting experience is not necessary.

In this course you will gain skills in fabricating settings including constructing irregular and standard shapes using claws and bezels and solder free settings. You will then be guided to complete a stone set piece of your own design.

Students are required to purchase their own silver and gemstones for the projects and your tutor will provide you with the necessary details and information on how to do so. Other affordable options such as brass and copper are available should you choose not to work in silver. Should you wish to discuss material requirements and costs with the lecturer prior to commencement please contact the lecturer, Alan Tilsley (alan.tilsley@tafesa.edu.au)

Students will also be required to bring basic jewellery making hand tools and all consumables such as solder, flux, drills, emery and sawblades, a sketch/notebook, pen and pencil.

Dress code: Neat, casual. Closed footwear (no sandals or high heels). Hair tied back.

  • - Intermediate or advanced skills in jewellery making hand skills
    - Minimum age 15

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Date

Dates to be advised

Class Times
10:30am-1:00pm
Duration
8 weeks x 2.5 hours
International

Students holding Visa 500 are eligible

Contact

Cost

$380.00 GST inc

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