Study of the characteristics and behavior of metals during the working process: plating, wire-drawing, welding.
Constructing a piece of jewellery: the various components and their combinations, uniting the parts (welding or mechanical jointing).
Hot and cold wax models, hot and cold plasticine models and silicone moulds, elements of precision casting: rings with various types of shanks, preparation of collets for cabochon and faceted stones, earrings, pendants and necklaces with hinged clasp mechanisms, construction of hinges, tunneled pins with double-pin clasps, bracelets with snap clasps.
Finishing the executed pieces, smoothing, dressing and polishing. Various jewellery finishing techniques.
2019 course prices
|One-month course||92 hours in 4 weeks||€ 1400|
|Three-month course||276 hours in 12 weeks||€ 3600|
|Six-month course||552 hours on 24 weeks||€ 6000|
|One-year course||828 hours in 36 weeks||€ 8300|
|Two-year course||1656 hours in 72 weeks||€ 14000|
Notes on the course
Attendance: 23 hours a week
With the exception of those attending the one-month jewellery courses, all students who have no knowledge of the elements of technical design must attend 8 hours of technical drawing and design (included in the price).