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September 2018

Exploring Shell Forms – Make Bangles, Bracelets and Cuffs (A31)

Tuesday September 11 @ 10:00 am - Tuesday November 20 @ 1:00 pm
shell forms for bangle, bracelets and cuffs

Explore ways to create beautiful shell forms from sheet, using forming techniques. Design and make a series of bangles or bracelets.(Mornings, Tuesdays).  Book Now – How can you make large bangles, bracelets and cuffs that are also lightweight and easy to wear? On this 10 week course you will experiment with metal manipulation techniques to create beautiful shell forms from sheet metal. To this end we present you with a series of short, directed projects that explore how to curve and stretch sheet metal into varied…

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January 2019

Make an integrated clasp for a Necklace – Box clasps to Toggles and Bayonet (A32)

Tuesday 15 January 2019 @ 10:00 am - Tuesday 19 March 2019 @ 1:00 pm
Design and make a necklace with an integrated clasp

Learn how to make a range of effective clasps for jewellery. Design and make your own integrated clasp for  a necklace. (Mornings, Tue)  Book Now – Are you frustrated by the clasps that are commercially available to us for our jewellery designs? Nothing lets your work down more gracelessly than the ugly and fiddle-some lobster catch! So, for this term’s course we are going old school as we explore how to design and make our own clasps for necklaces. Whether you favour…

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April 2019

Etching Techniques for Jewellery (A33)

Tuesday 23 April 2019 @ 10:00 am - Tuesday 2 July 2019 @ 1:00 pm
Explore etching techniques for jewellery

Explore ways to add texture to your jewellery using etching techniques. Learn how to apply mordants and resists  to create interesting surface decoration on a variety of metals. (Morning, Tuesdays).  Book Now – Etching is an especially effective technique to add pattern, line and texture to your jewellery, and on this course we introduce you to a range of approaches that are particular to jewellery applications. Traditionally, etching is used by printmakers as a process for making repeatable prints on paper. However, when we…

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