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Engraving Laboratory

Apply now to start in October 2020. Our laboratories are specialized and for small groups. Places are limited. You can register now for this laboratory 2020/2021

Studying Jewellery at Laboratorio

The Jewellery workshops are designed for students wishing to focus their future on the world of antique and contemporary jewellery.

In this laboratory, you will obtain everything you need to develop a professional career in the world of jewellery, and you will acquire the ability to know how to use each of the techniques to be applied at will.

In these workshops, you will work in a stimulating training environment where creativity, innovation, originality and excellence are encouraged and valued.

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Why choose this course at Laboratorio Firenze?

Florence is the most important city in the history of jewellery in Italy and in Europe and it boasts the best goldsmiths. In Florence, you can visit and participate in seminars that have been following this wonderful tradition for years and you will learn the techniques to be among the best professionals.

As long as there are places and you have been admitted, you can start at any time. Our lessons are for small groups and you will be followed by our tutor, in accordance with your level at the start of the course. In these courses, we do not admit more than 12 participants per tutor in each class.

As well as being the cradle of the Renaissance, Florence has a long tradition and a worldwide reputation in the world of fashion and art, perfectly intertwining tradition, contemporaneity and modernity.

All those mix perfectly in the jewellery art.

You will have the possibility, in different phases of the course, to work in a company or organization in this field, collaborating with them and developing business projects where you will acquire the necessary experience to realize events focused on the exhibition of your works.

You will learn traditional and modern techniques with particular attention towards the design of jewellery and artistic objects through different techniques and distinguished masters.

At Laboratorio Firenze, you will share communal spaces with artists from different disciplines with whom you can share ideas and projects.

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Tutor: Anthea Cattarossi

All our courses are personalized

We will assist you with care and dedication, making sure that all your efforts and doubts are resolved at your own pace, accompanied by your tutors always with the utmost availability and commitment.

A maximum of 12 students per course allows us to follow the technical and artistic evolution of each student.

Courses are held on:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
In the morning: from 9,00 to 12,00
In the afternoon: from 13,00 to 16,00 or from 16,00 to 19,00

Laboratory Description

(Minimum a month)

A technique used to embellish and decorate artefacts of all kinds. It consists in the removal of material from the object itself without the aid of machines, in the traditional way, by manually using gravers and burins. The engravings are carried out on flat and curved surfaces, following a previously reproduced drawing. With this type of engraving, it is also possible to make monograms and emblems for sealing wax or steel cones to print medals and various friezes.

Engraving is a technique used in the jewellery trade to embellish and decorate all types of items.

It entails the removal of material from the item itself, in the traditional manner without the use of machines but instead manually with small burins and chisels.

The engraving is performed on flat or curved sheets, following a previously traced design. With this type of engraving it is also possible to create monograms and signet rings for sealing wax, and even steel dyes for stamping medals and various other decorations.

Engraving is a technique that finds application in various ways, shapes and materials.

Subjects & Duration

Florentine-style engraving

This laboratory is included in engraving laboratories, but can be done apart

(Minimun a month)

Creates the effect of silk, damask, embroidery or lace, ornate with frames or an infinite number of floral motifs

The learning of this decorative technique includes design, tool repair, the correct use of burins, practical exercises and modelling of bas-relief figures.

Engraving is used to prepare the items for the application of enamels, cloisonné or champlevé.

Engraving is a technique that can be used in various ways on different types of materials. It serves for creating graffiti clichés on copper and other metals, and for printing words and designs on paper with the ancient “press” technique. It is also used for creating dedications, monograms and coats of arms, for example, on silverware.

You will develop a workbook during the entire process including your projects, photographic images, drawings and applications that you have made yourself so you can present a professional portfolio.
At the end of the course, you will receive a certificate and diploma that will guarantee your knowledge and level attained.

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