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Learn how to craft something meaningful with our jewellery making short courses in Sydney!

Precious Metal Clay (PMC) can be shaped and textured to make wearable jewellery. Continue working with this user-friendly and completely malleable clay that excitingly transforms to 99.9% pure silver.

An experienced tutor will guide you through the design process – development and finish – so that you can achieve your creative goal. You will be introduced to various techniques to assist them with the transfer of creative idea to the finished piece.

Go home with a finished piece of fine silver and an array of newly learnt skills. This is a great hands-on workshop that provides an exciting environment for the production of beautiful and unique pieces of jewellery.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this jewellery making course, you should have:

  • learned knowledge of Precious Metal Clay and an understanding of the medium and its capabilities
  • an understanding of basic tools for Precious Metal Clay
  • learned knowledge of the correct safety procedures required when handling the medium
  • gained knowledge of various artistic methods that can be employed with Precious Metal Clay
  • learned of the advantages and disadvantages of Precious Metal Clay compared with working with traditional silversmithing techniques for pendant and earrings.
  • produced pendant and earring jewellery piece in Precious Metal Clay

What will be covered in this precious metal clay jewellery course?

  • Proper handling of PMC
  • Rolling
  • Shaping
  • Texturing
  • Hole making
  • Sanding/filing
  • Torch firing
  • Polishing highlight for PMC

Who is this precious metal clay jewellery course for?

  • Beginners to Precious Metal Clay

Materials provided

  • 15 grams of Precious Metal Clay. Students are welcome to bring their own if they wish to work with more.
  • All tools and safety equipment (aprons, goggles and masks)
  • A selection of textured surfaces will be provided, though students may bring their own

What to bring to class?

  • Pens and pencils
  • Notebook
  • Selection of textures to impress into the clay (stamps, buttons, textured surfaces – items should be plastic, wood or fabric)

Additional information

  • Closed-in shoes required
  • Please wear old clothes
  • Long hair must be tied back
  • Does not include stone setting

This course has no current classes. Please join our waitlist and we will notify you when we have places available. Join waitlist for Precious Metal Clay Jewellery Course for Beginners

This course has no current classes. Please join our waitlist and we will notify you when we have places available. Join waitlist for Precious Metal Clay Jewellery Course for Beginners

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Enrol online 24/7 with a safe, convenient 3-step process, and you can change your mind up to 7 days before class starts.

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Our educators bring first-hand experience and knowledge, with up-to-the-minute practices from diverse industries.

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Course testimonials:

  • said: This is a very enjoyable and educational day class. Four of us from Saturday’s class would like to attend the PMC3 second level class Tom make a PMC3 Ring with Shun Shun. Great class. Michelle Ivory

  • said: 5 stars!

  • said: Student gave 5 stars

  • said: The tutor was very helpful and accommodating of students' needs. The classroom was set up as a great working space for this type of task. An excellent introduction to working with PMC.

  • said: Practical hands on experience