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Schools for Jewelry and Accessory Design

The design of jewelry and the repair of such products all fall under the educational category of Jewelry and Accessory Design programs

Students studying in one of these programs learn the basics of creating different types of jewelry, as well as the different elements used in the design of the jewelry. They also learn the principles of color theory and the basics of marketing.

The main classes a student takes revolves around the design of jewelry, as well as the repair of jewelry pieces. They learn metallurgy techniques and how to bend or twist the metal to create certain pieces. They also take classes in composition, or how the design works together. Students also learn the elements of jewelry use, as in designing pieces that customers wear.

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