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Summer Jewellery Courses

Summer Term and One Week Courses

Summer Jewellery Courses

Summer Term: Jewellery and Goldsmith Skills Term Courses

This is an intensive, really fun and challenging course taught by experienced tutors who work in the goldsmith trade both in Ireland and abroad.

These courses are suited to those who would like to make jewellery as a hobby, to part-time enthusiasts or may be a first step to a full-time career in the Jewellery and Goldsmith industry.

Suitable for students of all levels, including beginners.

Click here for full Course Description.


Traditional Jewellery & Goldsmith Skills Summer School 

29th July - 2nd August 2019

This Summer Week Course is extremely popular with both beginners, and students with more experience.

The Course runs Monday to Friday, 10am - 5.30pm and includes - tuition, tools, stones, base materials and delicious home made lunch each day.

Silver is available to purchase with your course booking below or throughout the week should you choose to work in Silver for certain projects.

Alternatively students can choose to work in brass, which is included in the course fee.

This course is project led with an emphasis on completing bespoke jewellery pieces throughout the week. 

Full details here

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