There is a rapidly increasing demand for learning how to make jewelry. Be it the
online demand for
Jewelry Tutorials, Jewelry
Making Classes or Step by Step Jewelry picture and video demonstrations or as fully
fledged apprentice under a Master Goldsmiths' guidance. The younger generation want to explore their
creative side or perhaps professionals are thinking of changing careers. Your approach to learning the skills of jewelry making will depend on the amount of time you have available to learn these skills. Let it be said from
the beginning that it requires a lot of dedication and many hours of daily practice to learn these hand skills.
The most effective approach would be to apprentice under a Master Goldsmith, but it is also entirely possible to
be self-taught making use of available Jewelry Tutorials or attending selective Jewelry
Making Classesand Seminars.
We have always promoted an open door policy when it comes to
How to Make Jewelry, sharing knowledge, and the making and
teaching thereof. Mechanization has caused a loss in hand skills. It's very important to encourage and nurture
enthusiasts, so we retain and pass on some of these goldsmithing skills to future generations.
Our Jewelry Tutorials
go on the assumption that you have a basic knowledge of jewelry making and that you have basic Jewelry Tools at your
Jewelry Workshop or bench. A lot of our Jewelry Tutorials are free.
However we have been so inundated with special requests, that it has become necessary to add Premium Content Tutorials
at a fee. These
Jewelry Tutorials take an immense amount of time to
plan and write. The fee only partly offsets the costs involved and helps deliver an ever increasing Jewelry
Tutorial Library. The Jewelry
Making Class has a complete list of all
Don't forget to have a look at the interesting information and many more tutorials
that are available at Jewelry Workshop and planning thereof, Jewelry Tools little tricks and making your own tools, a special focus on
tools and how to do Gem Carving and more Step by Step Jewelry