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September 2017

Flux One Year Foundation Certificate in Jewellery

Wednesday 20 September 2017 @ 6:00 pm - Wednesday 27 June 2018 @ 9:15 pm
Flux Beginners Certificate in Jewellery Making

Develop your jewellery design and jewellery making skills with the Flux accredited one year part time jewellery course. Book now – On this one year part time jewellery course we present a rich and varied programme of study for you to develop solid foundation skills in jewellery design and  jewellery making. It’s perfect for you if you have an interest in learning to design and make jewellery, and you want to work with silver and other precious materials. We put the focus firmly on…

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October 2017

Gemmilicious! Gemmology courses with Stone Setting

Saturday 28 October 2017 @ 10:00 am - Sunday 4 February 2018 @ 5:00 pm
Gemmology and stone setting courses. Identify your favourite stone, make a tension set ring.

Learn ways to identify coloured gemstones. Combine gemmology and stone setting: put your new knowledge straight into practice with an afternoon workshop session to make a stone-set piece of jewellery. GB2  Book Now Do you know your Emeralds from your Agates? Can you tell the difference between Ruby and Pink Tourmaline? How many colours do Sapphires come in? Did you know you can identify a Diamond from a Cubic Zirconium with only a pen to aid you? Are you ready to learn some gemmology and stone…

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December 2017

Perfect Pearls (PP2) – Pearl grading and pearl stringing workshop

Sunday December 17 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Baroque Pearls, Keshi Pearls, Round/Oval Pearls, Dyed Pearls.

Learn ways to identify different types of Pearl. Combine gemmology and pearl stringing: put your new knowledge straight into practice with an afternoon workshop session to make a knotted string of pearls. Would you know if your pearls were dyed or naturally coloured? What is the difference between a Keshi Pearl and a Baroque pearl?  What is the difference between an Akoya Pearl and a Tahitian Pearl? How do Freshwater Pearls differ from the saltwater variety?  These little shell-fish gems have been favoured…

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January 2018

Forming Techniques for Beads and Boxes (G29)

Wednesday 17 January 2018 @ 6:15 pm - Wednesday 21 March 2018 @ 9:15 pm
examples of decorative hollow pendants and a box

Beginners jewellery course: Making pendants, beads and other hollow forms.  Book Now – On this beginners jewellery course you will make 2 beads or pendants and a small, lidded, ring box.  Through these fun, set projects we present you with opportunities to explore metal texturing and forming techniques. In this way we support you to develop sound technical skills while also encouraging experimentation and design development.  What will I learn on this course? You will learn how to manipulate sheet metal to create interesting, three dimensional forms. In…

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Studio Casting Techniques for Jewellery (DC14)

Saturday 27 January 2018 @ 10:00 am - Sunday 28 January 2018 @ 5:00 pm
delft sand cast pewter ring with tourmaline chips

Studio Casting Techniques for Jewellery: Weekend Course. Book Now – This weekend course introduces numerous home- studio casting techniques for jewellery and other small accessories. What will I learn? With focus firmly on the experimental, this is an exciting opportunity to try out a variety of approaches to casting and mould making. The aim is to equip you with techniques you can carry on exploring in your in the home studio.. When casting your outcome is determined by the type of mould you…

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February 2018

Plush pinks and Radiant Reds (PR2) – gemmology and stone setting

Saturday 3 February 2018 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Ruby, Sapphire, Garnet, Carnelian, Citrine, Fire Opal, Quartz, Amber - Plush pinks and Radiant Reds (PR1) – gemmology and stone setting

Learn ways to identify pink and red gemstones. Combine gemmology and stone setting: put your new knowledge straight into practice with an afternoon workshop session to set your favourite stone into a ring. How many pink and red gemstones can you name? Can you tell the differences between them? Do you know your Fire Opal from your Carnelian?  Can you tell the difference between Tourmaline and and Ruby? What’s the easiest way to extract Garnet from your red- gem mix??  would you like to tension set your favourite stone into a…

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Crystal Whites and Bright Clear Pastels (CC2) – gemmology and stone setting workshop

Sunday 4 February 2018 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Diamond, Cubic Zirconia, Topaz, Sapphire, Morganite, Kunzite, Quartz.

Learn ways to identify translucent and pastel shades of gemstones. Combine gemmology and stone setting: put your new knowledge straight into practice with an afternoon workshop session to set your favourite stone into a ring. Would you know if your ring holds a Diamond or a White Sapphire? A Topaz or Quartz? Did you know you can identify a Diamond with only a pen to aid you?  Do you know your Morganite from your Kunzite?  Can you tell the difference between  coloured CZ and any of…

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Experimental Enamelling Techniques for Jewellery (EL03)

Saturday 24 February 2018 @ 10:00 am - Sunday 25 February 2018 @ 5:00 pm
Vitreous enamelling techniques on copper, steel and silver

Book now. We teach the basic technical aspects of vitreous enamelling techniques for jewellery, alongside the associated health and safety issues related to the use of enamel powders and liquids. We will first learn how to obtain a well-fused enamel surface, and then through guided experimentation we will explore mark making techniques on copper and steel, and on the second day we will develop a finished piece of jewellery using cold connection techniques.

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March 2018

Fabric and Metal Jewellery – Textilize your Designs. (TX03)

Saturday 10 March 2018 @ 10:00 am - Sunday 11 March 2018 @ 5:00 pm
Fabric, threads and papers can be combined with metal to make unusual jewellery

Book Now. If you love the softness of silk, delicacy of lace, intensity of leather or the natural look of cotton, and want to incorporate these qualities into your jewellery, this course is for you!

Combining textiles with metal elements can give permanence to the etherial qualities of fabric, and we will explore a number of ways to draw contrasting elements together using a variety of joining methods including cold connections like riveting, screw threading and weaving.

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April 2018

Design and Make a Pendant with a Stone (PS10)

Saturday 14 April 2018 @ 10:00 am - Sunday 15 April 2018 @ 5:00 pm
Example of work by students on this course - silver charm set with peridot

Design and Make a Pendant with a Stone – weekend jewellery course. Book now. First experimenting with texturing and other sheet metal techniques you will then design a pendant, also incorporating a semi-precious stone of your choice. You will then learn how to make a setting for the stone and you will complete the piece with a bail or a jump ring to attach it to a piece of leather

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Design and Make a Stone Set Silver Charm; Make a Ring with a Stone Setting (G30)

Wednesday 18 April 2018 @ 6:15 pm - Wednesday 27 June 2018 @ 9:15 pm
Make a rcharm and a ring with a stone setting

Beginners jewellery making course in stone setting –  design and make a charm and a silver ring, set with a stone. (Wednesday, Eve)  Book Now – Through a series of fun set projects you will learn the basics of jewellery making, with the additional focus of basic stone setting techniques. You will design and make a stone set silver charm, with a semi precious stone of your choice. Then you will have the opportunity to further extend these beginners jewellery making skills to design and make a…

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May 2018

Etching Techniques for Jewellery (TF10)

Saturday 19 May 2018 @ 10:00 am - Sunday 20 May 2018 @ 5:00 pm
Explore etching techniques for jewellery

Weekend jewellery making workshop in etching – Book now. As well as exploring traditional mordant / resist applications used in etching we will also experiment with a form of photo etching which allows for the transfer of a photographic image to act as a resist for stopping out acid erosion of the metal surface.

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July 2018

Casting Techniques for Jewellery (DC15)

Monday 2 July 2018 @ 10:00 am - Tuesday 3 July 2018 @ 3:00 pm
examples of jewellery made using studio casting techniques

Casting Techniques for Jewellery: 2 Day Course (Mon-Tue).  Book Now – On this 2 day course we introduce  a range of home-studio casting techniques for creating jewellery and other small accessories. You will have the opportunity to experiment with cuttlefish, delft sand and  plywood mould making. Pewter, a low-melt metal, will  be used for casting  into the moulds, and we will also look at ways to incorporate other materials into the cast. You can also include materials like glass, wood, plastic or stone in…

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Jewellery making taster: make a pair of earrings and a ring. (BS02)

Monday 9 July 2018 @ 10:00 am - Tuesday 10 July 2018 @ 3:00 pm
Beginners taster in jewellery making - make a ring and a pair of earrings

Join us for a 2-day jewellery making taster; make silver earrings and a ring. Book Now – Join us for this 2 day jewellery making taster to make a pair of earrings a matching silver ring. Learn how we cut, texture, file and shape silver to make beautiful jewellery. This course serves as an excellent introduction to jewellery making. We’ll lead you through the design process, explaining all the elements we take into account (eg weight, shape, size, finish, material) when we make…

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London’s Jewellery Design Courses and Classes for Beginners

If you are looking for an outlet for your creativity, jewellery making can offer a rewarding choice. We run lots of fun and inspiring jewellery courses for beginners that will give you a taste of our ancient craft.

Through fun set projects we share the traditional skills we use to make jewellery. Learn to cut, form, solder and polish silver to make silver rings, bangles, earrings and necklaces.

Design is an essential element of well-made jewellery and we encourage you to explore ways to develop jewellery design on our beginners classes here at Flux.