Six Months Jewellery Design Course in Cagliari

Studio Arrais
In Florence (Italy)

Rs 1,79,179
*Guide price
Original amount in EUR:
€ 2,350
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Important information

Typology Certificate
Location Florence (Italy)
Class hours 200h
Duration 6 Months
Start Different dates available
  • Certificate
  • Florence (Italy)
  • 200h
  • Duration:
    6 Months
  • Start:
    Different dates available

In this course the student will acquire a solid base knowledge of jewelery design. Throughout the course, and with the aid of the teacher, the student will be able to get a feel for and develop their own personal style. In addition the student will design a piece in the base of aesthetics and functionality.
Suitable for: In this course the student will acquire a solid base knowledge of jewelery design. The student will research for forms. Forms in nature, architecture, sculpture, etc.


Where and when

Starts Location
Different dates available
via s.zanobi,63, 50129, (Indicar), Italy
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Starts Different dates available
via s.zanobi,63, 50129, (Indicar), Italy
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

required seriousness and willingness in learning

What you'll learn on the course

Program Evaluation
Jewelry design

Teachers and trainers (1)

luisella arrais
luisella arrais

Luisella Arrais was born in Cagliari, Sardinia. In 1978 she decided to move to Florence and live there: it was love at first sight. In 1980 she did a school of art “ ISA Istituto Statale D’Arte” in Florence and addressed her interest in jewellery section. She did this school for 2 years and she achieved the Diploma of Art’s Master with honours. During her education, she went on specializing herself in artistic topics; and she did the Free School of Knot of the Academy of the Arts for one year, where she had the opportunity to improve her pictorial veins. At the same time, she did an Assembler Making Course for two years, but nevertheless she has been always more interesting in jewel design than in other specialisations. For this reason she decided to do a Jewellery Design Course, as well. Awarded all these specializations, she began to work as jewellery designer, after a short period of intense activities as designer and model of wax. In 1995, she started to teach Jewel Design in particular at Art Fuji Studio in Florence and in other Jewel Schools, too. In 2000 she decided to open her own Jewellery Design’s Studio, called “ Studio Arrais” Her typology of teaching jewel’s design is winning, because it is a specific and short course regarding this topic in contrast with courses of other School of Art that usually are longer and more generic than her own courses. Thanks to this experience in teaching and in sorting out many courses, Luisella Arrais has been often able to give her own students, coming from every part of the world, the possibility to win many competitions, so that Studio Arrais is recognized as leader of teaching jewel’s design. At the present Luisella Arrais organizes a lot of exhibitions about her own student’s passionate artistic works (this year at Cellai Boutique Hotels in Florence). Students are so enthusiastic of this initiative, that they are going on taking part in it and they are giving an important contribute in jewel design’s innovation.

Course programme

Six months course

The six months course is a complete course.

Firstly, it offers more hours for the students.

Secondly, the students in the arc of six months have the possibility to experience their personal creative and ability.

After a research for ideas through nature and construction forms, the students develop the idea though the projection and graphical stage.

Various picture techniques are use in this course from the pencil ones, to the watercolours and the gouache.

The jewel will be represented using the picture techniques, on human illustration. The teacher will assist the student to help them understand the portability and commercial ability of the jewel.

Lessons are held twice a week, each lasting 4 hours, for a total 8 hours per week

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