This Jewellery design & making program is addressed to all creatives that have an interest in learning and understanding the world of jewellery.
Methods: Lectures and hands on lab practice.
Requirements: Participants are required to purchase a basic Jeweller’s kit and drawing materials. More information will be sent upon registration.
Objective: To learn the fundamentals of Jewellery design & making by designing and creating jewellery pieces.
Jewellery making (Introduction Package) | 60 hours: Students will learn how to cut shapes, pierce, solder and polish to make a pendant. Bend metal, pull wire to make a bezel and set a stone to make a ring. Cut, pierce, solder and polish identical pieces to make earrings. This course is a discounted package of Introduction to Jewellery making I, II & III.
Jewellery making (Intermediate) | 30 hours: Students will learn how to pull wire to make a chain of their own design.
Jewellery making (Advanced) | 20 hours: Students will learn how to make a crown for a solitaire ring.
Jewellery making (wax) | 40 hours: Sculpt and model using different wax blocks, sheets and wire to create several wax models to make jewellery pieces.
Jewellery Design I | 50 hours: Jewellery design is the art of designing jewellery using drawing and sketching techniques. This course is aimed to teach drawing skills as the basics to becoming a jewellery designer. The learning of these skills is considered essential in order to develop creativity in laying the foundations of a proper design approach.
This introductory course to Jewellery Design is aimed for those who have a limited or no knowledge of jewellery design. The course objective is to teach students to represent the idea of a jewellery piece through sketching and pencil drawing.
The program teaches technical drawing, students will learn the elements of pure geometry using the orthogonal projections method, and the axonometric (perspective) method representing a jewellery piece with the exact shape and size. The ultimate goal is to design an object with elaborate graphics that allow the analysis of form and function before moving on to the final process.
After acquiring the basic skills of technical drawing and the ability to represent jewellery pieces, students will learn to freehand sketch jewellery pieces as well as adding colour to their final work. This course will include the study of the individual components of a jewellery piece and analysis of issues related to designing a jewellery collection.
The program provides an adequate understanding of the representation of graphic languages by:
2. Descriptive geometry
3. Technical drawing
4. Mixed illustration techniques
Requirements: No prior knowledge needed
Jewellery Design II | 21 hours: Introduction to Rhino 3D modelling: Rhinoceros has become one of the leading 3D modelling software tool for designers and jewellery designers. This course introduces 3D modelling for design visualisation using Rhino software. Its accuracy and flexibility makes it possible for students to explore and build their ideas. Hands-on instruction will focus on digitally modelling a design with rectilinear and non-rectilinear geometry including preparing files for fabrication and presentation.
Requirements: Students should have basic knowledge of computers and file management.
Jewellery design as a profession allows you to work as a freelancer or in a jewellery company.
JM Intro I | 20 hours: Students will learn how to cut shapes, pierce, solder and polish to make a pendant.
JM Intro II | 15 hours: Bend metal, pull wire to make a bezel and set a stone to make a ring.
JM Intro III | 25 hours: Cut, pierce, solder and polish identical pieces to make earrings.
There will be a discount for participants that register for more than one short course:
a. 10% discount for 2 courses
b. 12% discount for 3 courses
c. 15% discount for 4 courses
d. 18% discount for 5 courses
e. 20% discount for 6 courses
Studied at the State Institute of art “P. Panetta ” Locri (RC), Italy Diploma of Art Metals and Jewelry 1997-2002. Trained at FOR.AL, educational institution of Valenza, Italy. Attained her qualification level denomination Goldsmith & Designer with qualification level Specialization and her Qualification level denomination Technical embedding and jewellery typical Valencian with qualification level Specialization.
Worked at Zanotto & Co. Valenza, Italy, as a Goldsmith & Jewellery Designer for 4 years. In 2008 she moved to Amman where she started working with Karam Imseeh Jewellery Amman and in 2012 at Nabeel Sakkijha Jewellery as a designer and quality control.
Her experience in stone setting, wax modelling and computer modelling (3DMax & Rhinoceros for Jewellery and Rendering) allows her to be on top of her career designing collections and developing them into product lines.
You can register and pay only in cash or cheque at Design Institute Amman. Tel. (06) 462-4625, mobile (079)714-2020
Registration terms & conditions:
• Since space is limited early registration is advised as we follow a “first come, first serve policy”.
• In order to secure a spot a non- refundable 50% of the total amount as a downpayment is required before or by the registration deadline.
• Should you withdraw from the class before the registration deadline and paid the full amount, you will only be eligible to receive 50% of the total fees.
• Should you withdraw from the class after the registration deadline you will not be eligible to receive a refund unless you have a medical problem or an unforeseen circumstance (death in the family, accident, etc). In order to receive a refund, all necessary documentation must be presented.
• In the case of workshop cancellation by Design Institute Amman, registered students are notified by email and given a full refund of the workshop fee or credit towards another workshop or course.
• We may cancel a course no later than one week before it starts if there is low demand for the course. We will notify you by email. You can either transfer onto another available course, or wait for the next term.
• Registration deadline is 10 days before the first day of the workshop.