Tube Ring Set
|Dates:||January 28, 2023|
|Meets:||Sa from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM|
|Location:||25 Sagamore Road Metals Studio|
Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.
In this one day workshop we will learn the basics of tube setting gemstones in a sample making process and then students will design and make a ring with several tube settings to push the boundaries of the setting and make a unique piece to keep.
This class will be working in sterling silver and students will be provided with a variety of gemstones to select from.
Please read through these policies carefully on our website's policy page. Written notice of cancellations via email (to firstname.lastname@example.org) is required within specified cancellation windows detailed on our website.
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Questions? Call us at 508.753.8183 X301
|Course Fee (Basic)||Student Fee||$ 160.00|
|Mandatory Fee||Studio Fee||$ 35.00|
|Mandatory Fee||Materials Fee||$ 60.00|
25 Sagamore Road Metals Studio
Julian De La Garza
Julian De La Garza was born in New York, and raised in Rhode Island. He received his BA in Jewelry/Metals from Rhode Island College and then went on to work in the industry. During this period he was a diamond setter for Tiffany & Co. and then a model maker for C & J Jewelry working on high-end jewelry brands such as David Yurman, Haverhill Leech, and Tiffany & Co. All while also continuing his personal studio practice and jewelry business.
Realizing he had always wanted to teach at the college level, he left the stagnancy of the industry and decided to go back to school to obtain his MFA at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in Artisanry with a focus on Jewelry/Metals. During his stay at the university he has received high awards for his jewelry design skills through juried competitions and has also had opportunities to teach as well as assist advanced classes.