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Jewellery Design & Manufature



Course Structure

Personal adornment in the form of jewellery is one of the earliest forms of human endeavour. As a country richly endowed with raw materials it is of paramount importance that we process these materials ourselves. A process of adding value through the hand.

1-3 pieces completed during the course: ring, necklace or bracelet

  • Silver:                                                        Making/ using silver wire/silver plate
  • Copper/ Brass:                                          Using Brass or Copper plate
  • Basic Gold - Smithing Skills:                        Melting/ refining         sawing

                                                                             Soldering                    using a rolling mill

                                                                             Filing/ sanding using a hammer 

                                                                             Using measuring equipment

Making Jewellry with: wire, plate, copper, brass and silver

Target participants:

- Grade 12 pupils, who might be considering a career in Jewellery design & Manufacture.

- Art Students, fashion design students or sculpture students.

- Working people who would like to do this as a hobby or for Entrepreneurship purposes.


- 8 weeks at 3 h/ week


- Russell Road campus, Jewellery studio (secure parking)

Times: From 09:00 - 12:00 Tuesday mornings (if numbers permit) or please indicate on form

                    17:00 - 20:00  Tuesday evenings

Term 3: 04 August - 22 September 2015

Term 4: 13 October - 01 December 2015

Contact Person: Mr Sarel Vos 

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Mobile: 082 856 3504  



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