Top NYC Jewelry Making Courses

  • 92nd Street Y Fine Jewelry and Stonesetting

    This two-and-a-half-hour in-person fine jewelry stonesetting course is for all levels. Students will learn the basics of stonesetting, including how to select stones, prepare settings, and set stones in a variety of metals. The course will culminate in a finished piece of jewelry that students can take home.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $230
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • All Levels
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  • 92nd Street Y Absolute Beginner Jewelry Intensive

    This intensive course teaches the fundamental techniques of jewelry fabrication, such as sawing, forming, texturing, soldering, polishing, and stone setting. Students will learn how to make rings, bezels, and cabochon settings. The course is designed for absolute beginners and is taught in a small group setting.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $545
    • 5 Weeks, 6 hr/wk
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    • Beginner
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  • 92nd Street Y Beaded Jewelry Independent Study (Int/Adv)

    This course is designed advanced beaders who want to learn new techniques and create their own designs. The instructor will provide guidance on techniques, troubleshooting, and design.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $285
    • 5 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • Advanced
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  • 92nd Street Y Jewelry Independent Study (Intermediate/Advanced)

    This course is designed for intermediate and advanced jewelry makers who want to develop their skills and create their own designs. Students will work with the instructor to develop their own projects and will receive guidance on techniques, troubleshooting, and design.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $335
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • Intermediate
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  • 92nd Street Y Pearl Knotting

    This beginner-level course teaches the art of traditional pearl knotting, a technique used to create beautiful and intricate jewelry with French wire. Students will learn how to string pearls and beads, and how to tie different types of knots.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $335
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • All Levels
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  • 92nd Street Y Polymer Clay Jewelry

    This two-and-a-half-hour long beginner-level course teaches the basics of polymer clay jewelry making. Students will learn how to choose and prepare polymer clay, how to create different shapes and textures, and how to add embellishments. They will also learn how to make a variety of jewelry pieces, home decorations, sculptures, miniatures, mosaics, baskets, dolls, and more.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $335
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • All Levels
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  • 92nd Street Y Wax Carving (All Levels)

    This two-and-a-half-hour long course is designed for wax carvers of all levels. The course will cover the basics of wax carving, such as choosing the right wax, creating a wax model, and casting the wax model in metal.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $335
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • All Levels
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  • 92nd Street Y Napkin Rings

    This metalworking course covers the basics of working with sheet metal to create custom-made napkin rings. Participants will learn the fundamentals of metalworking, including how to measure, cut, form, and join sheet metal to craft their own napkin rings. With guidance from the instructor and individualized attention, students will bring home a beautiful, handmade set of napkin rings to proudly show off.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $150
    • 6 Hours
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    • All Levels
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  • 92nd Street Y Classical Goldsmithing High-Karat Gold/Fine Silver II

    Learn more about classical goldsmithing with our intermediate-level course. Building upon the skills acquired in Classical Goldsmithing in Gold or Fine Silver I, this course delves deeper into the artistry and craftsmanship of working with precious metals. Through hands-on projects and expert guidance, you'll refine your shaping, soldering, stone setting, and finishing techniques, creating stunning jewelry pieces in gold or fine silver. Discover the secrets of traditional goldsmithing and elevate your skills to new heights in this immersive and rewarding learning experience.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $335
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • Intermediate
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  • 92nd Street Y Jewelry II (Intermediate)

    This hands-on class builds upon the fundamentals learned in Jewelry I. You will dive deeper into techniques such as stone setting, advanced soldering, and intricate design. With expert guidance and a supportive environment, you'll expand your creative horizons and create stunning, personalized pieces of jewelry that showcase your growing expertise.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $285
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • Intermediate
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  • 92nd Street Y Jewelry for Absolute Beginners

    This introductory class provides aspiring jewelry enthusiasts with the necessary skills and techniques to create stunning wearable art pieces. From basic design principles to hands-on practice with various materials and tools, students will explore the art of jewelry-making while cultivating their unique style under the guidance of experienced instructors.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $285
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • Beginner
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  • 92nd Street Y Beaded Beads

    This two-and-a-half-hour in-person beaded jewelry-making course is for beginners who want to learn how to make beaded jewelry. Students will learn how to select and string beads to make simple beaded jewelry designs. The course will culminate in a finished piece of beaded jewelry that students can take home.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $230
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • All Levels
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  • 92nd Street Y Classical Goldsmithing High-Karat Gold/Fine Silver I

    This course is designed for goldsmiths of all levels who want to learn the basics of classical Greco-Roman style goldsmithing. Students will learn how to work with high-karat gold or fine silver, and how to create a variety of jewelry pieces, such as chains, earrings, and pendants.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $335
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • All Levels
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  • 92nd Street Y Wax Carving Marathon

    Wax Carving Marathon is a 6-hour long course designed for wax carvers of all levels who want to learn advanced techniques and create complex jewelry pieces. The course will cover topics such as carving intricate details, creating hollow forms, and casting wax models in metal.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $460
    • 4 Weeks, 6 hr/wk
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    • All Levels
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  • 92nd Street Y Intro to Silversmithing

    This introductory silversmithing course provides an in-depth look at the craft of working with silver. Participants will learn the fundamentals of soldering, texturing, piercing, finishing, and much more. Students will gain a solid knowledge base to create both simple and complex designs in silver jewelry.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $335
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • Beginner
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  • 92nd Street Y Neck Torques

    In this metalsmithing class, you can get creative and explore jewelry-making and design. Learn how to create a unique torques necklace using texturing and filing techniques and gain foundational knowledge of the tools used in metalsmithing. With plenty of customization possibilities, you can create a one-of-a-kind statement piece.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $270
    • 18 Hours
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    • All Levels
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  • 92nd Street Y Wonderful, Wacky Wirework

    This wirework course is perfect for anyone interested in creating unique and wacky jewelry pieces out of wire! Learn to design, cut, bend, and shape wire into special shapes. The course includes instruction and practice with the techniques used to make earrings, necklaces, and pendants.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $335
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • Beginner
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  • 92nd Street Y Enameled Bowls/Earrings

    In this enameled bowl and earring course, participants will learn how to transform flat metal into a three-dimensional piece of art. Using techniques such as sawing, filing, and hammering, students will learn how to design and create their own unique enameled bowl and earring set. With direction from a professional instructor, students will also be able to use their creative skills to explore more complex enameling techniques.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $65
    • 3 Hours
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    • Beginner
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  • 92nd Street Y Multiple Approaches to Enameling (All Levels)

    Whether you're a beginner or an experienced jeweler, this class offers a range of enameling techniques and approaches that will expand your creative horizons. Under the guidance of expert instructors, you'll explore various methods such as cloisonné, champlevé, and plique-à-jour, mastering the fusion of glass and metal to create stunning, one-of-a-kind enamel jewelry pieces. Unleash your artistic expression and leave with unique wearable artwork that reflects your style.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $240
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • All Levels
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  • 92nd Street Y Introduction to Enamel

    In this introductory enamel course, participants will gain an understanding of the basics of enameling, including an introduction to tools and techniques for working with enamel as well as a hands-on practice session. Through instructor-led guidance, participants will walk away with an understanding of the craft and the confidence to use this classic technique in their jewelry-making projects.

    In-person @ 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
    • $340
    • 6 Weeks, 2 hr/wk
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    • Beginner
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