For people with knowledge of jewelry techniques with the aim of increasing his/her skills.
mokume – grain (wood) gane – metal
It is a technique, of mixed-metal laminate with no soldering. The name comes from the similarity with natural wood grains. It is a technique of Japanese origin, used 300 years ago for the creation of sword cases and handles.
Make pieces with composite materials of different metals without welding, obtaining fascinating patterns and colors in jewelry designs.
Fusion, by pressure and temperature, several sheets of metal together, to form a block with “grains”.
Intensive 24 hours course.
To be distributed in days of 6 or 3 hours.
Minimum 6 hours a week, maximum 24 hours a week.
From Monday to Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
You can start at any time of the year from October to July.
Limited places, check space availability on the date you choose.
*material not included.
How to pay:
100% in the inscription process.