Advanced Soldering skills for jewellery

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Jewellery students take over Flux Studios for a weekend of making
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In Pictures: Making it – Jewellery making in action

The students really enjoyed this opportunity to put their jewellery making skills into action. I enjoyed seeing how they engaged with our visitors,. There was a real sense of passion for our craft – the challenging, problem-solving, pleasure-giving journey it takes us on – and a sense too of real community.

Students take over Flux Studios for Camberwell Arts/Flux open studios 2016
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That was Camberwell Arts Festival 2016

Thanks so much to everyone who participated in the Flux Open Studios events for Camberwell Arts Festival 2016. We love to celebrate the achievements of the people who come to Flux Jewellery School, and to broaden our community of creatives in South London.

experimental stone setting from delft casting, wax forming and claw

Experimental stone setting techniques – Delft, Claw and Wax (A28)

The aim of the course is to create designs that begin with the stone. How best can you show all of its qualities? Once you understand how to create simple, reliable settings using conventional techniques you can adapt these processes to truly honour the spirit of the gemstone.

enamelled brooch with cold connection

Enamel techniques – Bringing new dimension to your jewellery

Champleve, Cloisonne, Plique a jour, Guilloche, Basse Taille, Sgraffito – there are many ways to apply enamel, and each is an exacting process that takes years to master. But the road to glory must start somewhere… and we believe those first steps should be fun and rewarding…

examples of jewellery people can make on jewellery courses in fold forming, wax carving and stone setting, all starting April 2016
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Exciting new jewellery courses for April – book now

New jewellery courses for April – Learn how to set stones, explore new ways to work with wax as a modelling material for lost wax casting, make amazing organic 3D wearable forms using Charles Lewton-Brain’s fold forming techniques.