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Manual Jewellery Designing

Manual Jewelry Designing is your own creativity to bring it into an art form. We have seen an umpteen amount of designs in jewelry from our ancestors. Now, this is the time to bring our own designs or ideas or creativity into reality.

We provide industry standard training to our students, who are interested in jewelry designing field. We also provide training to working professionals in any domain who are interested in arts and fashion world. The training is an added advantage to the rapid growth of your career.

Required eligibility to enroll the Manual Jewelry Designing training:

  • Minimum education qualification is 10th and above.
  • Diploma in Visual Arts.
  • Diploma in Fashion Designing.
  • Diploma in Drawing Mater Course.
  • Fresher who are interested in Visual Arts and Jewelry Design.

Note: Golden opportunities for differently able (Technically Mute) students.


The Manual Jewelry Design training will be conducted with standard flow to avoid confusion and to avail clear knowledge about the process. The following flowchart will explain you how the “Design Flow” works:


➢ Introduction to Jewellery Design
➢ Essential of Jewellery Design
➢ Types of Jewellery

2D Designing: Free Hand Drawing
➢ Lining techniques
➢ Shaping techniques
➢ Sizing techniques
➢ Nature drawing techniques
➢ Symmetric and Asymmetric techniques
➢ Tracing techniques
➢ Ribbon shaping techniques

Rendering: Stone rendering
➢ Faceting
➢ Shading

Rendering: Metal Rendering
➢ Yellow gold rendering
➢ White gold rendering
➢ Rose gold rendering

Rendering: Metal Texturing
➢ Sand blasting

Types of Stone Settings:
➢ Bezel Settings
➢ Flush Settings
➢ Prong Settings
➢ Pave Settings
➢ Channel Settings

Design Development:
➢ Selection of Theme
➢ Concept Based Design

Weight and Dimensions:
➢ Stone Calculating
➢ Weight Calculating
➢ Price Estimating

Portfolio Development:
➢ Ear Rings - 10 to 15 Designs
➢ Pendants’ - 10 to 15 Designs
➢ Rings - 10 to 15 Designs
➢ Bangles - 10 to 15 Designs
➢ Necklace - 5 to 10 Designs


➢ 75 days (13 weeks to 15 weeks)
➢ 3 hours per day

➢ 18 to 20 Weekends
➢ 12 hours per weekend
➢ Each Saturday 6 hours
➢ Each Sunday 6 hours

Outcome of Manual Jewellery Designing

  • Ability to draw and deliver in time.
  • Ability to draw our creativity into reality.
  • Clear understanding of Jewellery drawing methodology.

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