Short course – Setting Techniques for Beginners

Setting Techniques for Beginners

During this course in setting you will be introduced to a range of stone setting techniques and skills. You will gain an understanding of the wide range of setting processes and styles available to jewellers and have the opportunity to produce a pair of set earrings from start to finish.

 

Tutor: Stephen Barnett

Topics include:

  • Setting theory
  • Tool making
  • Cabochon setting
  • Claw setting
  • Flush (Gypsy) setting
  • Round (Brilliant) Rub-over setting
  • Square (Princess) Rub-over setting

 

Who should take this course?

  • Working professionals in jewellery industry looking to gain knowledge and expertise
  • Current student enrolled in jewellery related courses

 

Level: Beginner

 

Entry requirements

  • Have beginner jewellery manufacturing skills or
  • Have completed the BAJ short course “Jewellery Manufacturing for Beginners”

 

Materials to bring to the course:

  • Notebook
  • Pen

 

Dress Code:

  • Hair band (if you have long hair)
  • Sensible footwear (no open toe sandals)
  • Sensible clothing (no skirts or dresses, clothing to protect your skin in the workshop)

 

Course Dates: 26th – 28th November 2018

 

Duration: 3 days


Price: £379

 

Qualification: British Academy of Jewellery Setting Techniques for Beginners Certificate

Progression: The British Academy of Jewellery offers a diverse range of specialist intensive courses to help individuals develop their jewellery knowledge and skill set in areas such as CAD, Diamond Grading and Gemstone Studies. We also provide a Jewellery Diploma Programme, which will equip you with all the knowledge and skills you need to design, make and sell jewellery.

 

For more information and to register for the course, please contact stefania.costa@baj.ac.uk

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