9 hours course|$220 plus 5% GST

January 20th and 21st:  10am-2:30 pm 

Why join our classes?

tools and materials provided | max. 4 students | 


In this introductory course, two types of glass enamel, transparent and opaque are used. Four groups of enamelling techniques are taught, dry application, wet charging, and painting. With these techniques we will make pendants or earrings employing the styles of stencilling, scraffito and grisaille. The decorative applications of foils, glass rods, and millefiori are shown so they can be incorporated into your artwork. It is helpful to have some previous jewellery making experience, but not necessary to create jewellery and small works of art.


Cloisonné Enamelling Class

14 hours course|$260 plus 5% GST

March 10th and 17th:  10 am-5 pm 

previous enamelling experience required | max. 4 students | 


Cloisonné means partition in French. These partitions are created with silver wire set into clear glass called flux in enamelling. They are then filled with coloured enamel to suit your design. e. Cloisonné is usually used as a stone replacement in jewellery and is set with a bezel.

In this class we will create a piece of Cloisonné. As well we will learn how to use metal foils
under glazes and rods that will add another level of interest to your work. A discussion of how to create depth and working on a curved surface are included in this short course. Previous enamelling experience is required. Maximum of 4 students

Students are to bring an assortment of pliers