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Jewelry Design

In a world in continuous evolution, it is extremely important being constantly up-to-date.
Since nowadays Jewelry Designer and Professionals on field are increased in importance.
Our jewelry course has been scheduled in response to the great demand coming from Fashion World.
The designer jewelry course gives our students the instruments to learn the most important techniques of drawing jewels: pantone, tempera, pastels, pencils, eco lines ,technical draw and orthogonal projection.
Those techniques are supplemented by an introductive anatomical study on face and hands.
Moreover, the students will be introduced to a deep study around the costume jewelry, symbolism of jewels and to a more commercial and technical knowledge regarding the quality of precious and semi-precious stones and metals.

Individual Lessons.

Duration and cost

Total Hours Course: 360 hours
Duration Lesson: 3 hours

NORMAL

Course duration: 7 months
Weekly attendance: 4 lessons
Fee: € 500/month (7 months)
Total discounted fee in a single installment: € 3,000 
VAT include

INTENSIVE

Course duration: 4 months
Weekly attendance: 8 lessons
Fee: € 875/month (4 months)
Total discounted fee in one installment: € 3,000
VAT include

Course registration can be done in any month of the year.

Final examination with an external commission at the headquarters of the  Istituto Burgo in Milan,for the issue of the Diploma.
Accredited by the Lombardy Region as an operator for training with no. 811

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Study Programme

  • Face & Hands Anatomy
  • Colours Theory
  • Jewel Design
  • Technical Drawing
  • Geometrical Drawing
  • Orthogonal Projection
  • Life drawing
  • Life copy
  • Drawing technique
  • Creativeness
  • Illustration
  • Decoration
  • Fashion Sketching
  • Schedule of Techniques
  • Collection and Portfolio
  • Alternative materials
  • Gem stone jewelry
  • Traditional Materials
  • Innovative Materials
  • Jewelry History
  • Symbolism and Function

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