JEWELLERY MAKING WORKSHOP IN BANGALORE
Learn to make handmade jewellery for yourself to make you look more beautiful. Jewellery consists of small decorative items worn for personal adornments, such as brooches, rings, necklaces, earrings, pendants, bracelets, and cufflinks.
We conduct regular workshops by teaching four different types of jewellery –
- Terracotta Jewellery – Terracotta means baked earth/mud. The gorgeous reddish-brown colour comes from natural clay. This is then moulded, cured and baked to make that ethnic jewellery.
- Bead Jewellery – Beads are used to create jewellery or other articles of personal adornment. They are also used in wall hangings and sculpture and many other artworks.
- Silk Thread Jewellery – Silk threads have been used since long to thread smaller, lightweight beads and pearls. Easily available in a huge range of colours and effects. Beaded jewellery on silk threads is a beautiful art.
- Wire Jewellery – A jewellery wire is a wire, usually copper, brass, nickel, aluminium, silver, or gold, used in jewellery making. The wire is defined today as a single, usually cylindrical, elongated strand of drawn metal.
These classes are designed to help you learn the art not just to satisfy your requirements but also to be able to sell your creativity.
Jewellery Making – Materials Provided
- Types of clays, wires, threads and beads to use
- Usage of embellishments elastic, thread, wire, cutters, roller.
(Source of materials will be mentioned)
Takeaways from the class
Jewellery made by yourself in the workshop.
Find a few pictures of the workshop here.