11 Nov 2018

Tropical Wildlife Earrings Workshop


Student will learn basic metal fabrication and surface treatment to design and make one pair of earrings. The theme is wildlife and participants will choose from a variety of animals to decorate their jewellery. This course is designed for beginners to practice traditional goldsmithing techniques such as saw piercing, stamping, soldering, and polishing. Participants will learn to apply those techniques onto brass, copper, and sterling silver to create a pair of earrings. This class will take place on workbenches.  

Finished product: One pair of animal shaped earrings. 

About The Instructor :

Ronald Chan is a Toronto/Hong Kong-based designer and artist, graduated with his undergraduate degree in Material Art and Design (Jewellery) from Ontario College of Art and Design University in 2015. Having delved into both the accuracy from digital design and traditional fabrication, he combines these two techniques to produce highly detailed and narrative jewellery for his own brand. His brand Devil Claw Jewellery is completed with dynamic, narrative and individual meanings through the symbolic elements and storytelling in his jewellery.         

* A complimentary $100 Loupe Teahouse cash voucher will be offered per pax for enrolment in this workshop.  

* Participants are required to print their tickets or show their e-tickets after enrollment. Please arrive 15 mins before the session, with your tickets at our reception.  

* Upon registering for any of Loupe's workshops or courses, you become a Loupe member.