Course Overview: Jewellery has always enjoyed an important position as an accessory for adornment. A perfectly designed and crafted piece of jewellery adds to the grace of the wearer. Jewellery making produces wearable objects in precious and common metals as well as organic and inorganic materials. The jewellery designer has to be very creative,artistic, technically sound, aware of the market trends and have business sense. Both hand drawing and drafting methods and computer aided design programs are used in designing jewellery. Rapid development in technology and machinery has provided artists with easier alternatives to producing a variety of jewellery items.
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- Cab be a Jewellery Designer.
- Can work as a Jewellery Merchandiser with a renowned jewellery brand.
- Can join as Exhibition Manager or in Auction Houses.
- Can work as a manager in museum & art gallery or work as gemstone appraiser.
- Can become the gem polisher or jewellery setter.
- Work as a jewellery historian
- Own a jewel business
- Freelance designer
- Precious Stones Consultancies
- Can work with government departments such as Museums, Antique Houses and Mines.