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    Hand Stamped Jewelry Workshop: Making Monograms

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    Looking for that one-of-a-kind necklace or bracelet? You know, the one with your initials, or a heart, or a cat inside of a heart, or even your initials on a cat, inside of a heart... In this jewelry workshop, you will discover the art of hand-stamping metal. You'll begin with hands-on practice to learn the fundamentals of hand-stamping, including oxidizing, sanding, and an introduction to the equipment and tools. You will then be taught how to properly design and align your work, ensuring that your new piece of jewelry will be stamped to perfection. Leave class with a finished piece of jewelry made with your own two hands!
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    Hand Stamped Jewelry Workshop: Making Monograms

    256 3rd Ave, Brooklyn

    • Learn the basics of handstamping, from familiarizing yourself with the equipment to image design, oxidizing, sanding, and texturing
    • Create and take home a one-of-a-kind hand-stamped/monogrammed piece of jewelry
    • No experience necessary
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    16 positive reviews
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    Wire Wrapping

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    Tired of scouring jewelry counters for the perfect accessory to compliment your wardrobe? Well, stop looking and start making! During this class, you'll learn how to assemble and design a beaded chain necklace using wire cutters, pliers, wires, and beads, of course! Not only will you pick up the essentials of a productive, new hobby, but you'll also have the chance to embrace your creative side. You'll leave with a beautiful chain necklace and the ability to make many more! This class is sure to have you wired!
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    Wire Wrapping

    145 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn

    • Learn how to assemble a beaded chain necklace using wire cutters, pliers, wires, and beads
    • Embrace your creativity by adding your own personal flair to your piece
    • Pick up the fundamentals of a new and productive hobby
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    12 positive reviews
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    Macramé

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    The art of Macrame provides a foundation for creating endless projects. You will learn about a variety of kinds of cording to use for this stitch as well as how to add beads throughout your piece. Each student will walk away with their own hand-knotted bracelet and the ability to apply this technique to any of their crafting projects. Macrame has been used to make everything from belts to hammocks! This project class will show you how this hand knotting technique can be applied to jewelry, by making a macrame bracelet. Since the versatility of this stitch allows you to use multiple colored cords or beads, the possibilities are endless!
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    Macramé

    619 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia

    • Learn the fundamentals of macrame, one of the most popular jewelry making skills
    • Work with an experienced jewelry maker in a small class setting, learning design basics
    • Finish class with a beautiful new macrame bracelet to take home
    • Enjoy picking up a brand new hobby with which to express your creative side
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    2 positive reviews
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    American Wing at the Met Tour

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    Like your art "made in America?" During this three-hour walking tour guided by an art historian, you'll discover three-hundred years of art while exploring the newly renovated American Wing at the MET. You'll begin with a look at the gateway to the American art galleries, the spacious Charles Engelhard Court, where you'll find a wide range of American sculptures, including pieces by Hiram Powers, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, and Daniel Chester French. Your guide will lead you up above the court for a look at the balcony galleries, where cases of silver, glassware, ceramics, and jewelry dating back to the colonial era are kept, with pieces by Paul Revere and Tiffany, amongst others. Next up, the Henry R. Luce Center for the Study of American Art, you'll be introduced to hundreds of pieces of decorative art, from furniture to painting. You'll explore period rooms for an examination of the styles that distinguish various eras of American history, such as an early Dutch interior, and a Frank Lloyd Wright living room. You'll also spend a good portion of the tour learning about various masterpieces of American painting, covering portraiture, still life, and landscape painting, with works by John Singleton Copley, Gilbert Stuart, George Caleb Bingham, Thomas Cole, Frederic Edwin Church, Thomas Eakins, Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargent, and Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze, among others.
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    American Wing at the Met Tour

    1000 5th Ave, New York

    • Explore the history of American art during a three-hour guided tour of the MET
    • Learn about the exhibits on display through the informed insights of an art historian
    • View sculptures, paintings, and decorative pieces dating back to the 1700s
    • Enjoy a relaxed and educational art experience that will change your perception of American arts
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    Glassblowing: One Day Pendants

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    "He went to Jared." Actually, he did one better. He created a homemade pendant specifically for you. Nothing tops an original, handmade piece, and in this one day workshop at Brooklyn Glass, you will learn how to create your own glass pendant. Receive individual instruction as you practice wielding the glassmaker's torch, and spend the day blowing, designing, and coloring a custom pendant for you or a loved one. Next time, if someone asks where you got that beautiful piece of jewelry, you can say it's an original piece... by you!
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    Glassblowing: One Day Pendants

    142 13th St, New York

    • Develop a glassmaker's touch and learn to create a custom glass pendant
    • Practice making various shapes, color applications, and functional designs for your pendant
    • Explore your aesthetic palette and have a great time wielding the torch
    • No experience necessary
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    18K Gold Ring Making

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    Could there possibly be anything more romantic than making a ring for your someone you love? At Ayaka Nishi New York's 1 Day 18K Gold Ring Making Class, you'll create your own ring in just four hours, learning what it really takes to produce jewelry. Your expert instructor will carefully show you step-by-step how to form the silver or brass ring and set a small diamond. You may also be able to engrave your initials and the date. Four hours to make a ring, a lifetime to celebrate everything it represents. How much better can it get?
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    18K Gold Ring Making

    319 E 9th St, New York

    • Learn all the steps for making a 18K gold ring, including forming it, setting a diamond, and engraving
    • Discover if you want to pursue jewelry production more seriously
    • Create the ultimate handmade gift for a loved one
    • Spend four hours creating something beautiful
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    8 positive reviews
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    Basic Bead Stringing

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    The art of jewelry-making can appear to be a daunting task at first and this class aims to get any beginner on their way to becoming a skilled designer. You will become versed in using fundamental tools, how to choose the proper string for your project, experimenting with design, and attaching a clasp. Each student will walk away with a beaded project and the ability to make their own necklaces and bracelets!
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    Basic Bead Stringing

    619 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia

    • Learn the fundamentals of beadwork, one of the most popular jewelry making skills
    • Work with an experienced jewelry maker in a small class setting, learning design basics
    • Finish class with a beautiful new glass bead bracelet to take home
    • Enjoy picking up a brand new hobby with which to express your creative side
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    2 positive reviews
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    Basic Bead Stringing (Norwalk)

    The art of jewelry-making can appear to be a daunting task at first and this class aims to get any beginner on their way to becoming a skilled designer. You will become versed in using fundamental tools, how to choose the proper string for your project, experimenting with design, and attaching a clasp. Each student will walk away with a beaded project and the ability to make their own necklaces and bracelets!
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    Basic Bead Stringing (Norwalk)

    139 Washington St, Norwalk

    • Pick up the craft of jewelry making in a beginner beading class
    • Learn about several types of stringing, how to attach clasps, the fundamental tools, and more
    • Embrace your creativity as you experiment with infinite design options
    • Leave with a customized beading project and the ability to make many more!
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    Charm Necklace Assembly

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    Ever think you missed your calling as a world class jewelry designer? Or maybe you're simply looking to pick up the essentials of a productive, new hobby! Whichever the case, you'll thoroughly enjoy this fundamentals class offered by Brooklyn Charm. Not only will you learn the basic techniques of jewelry assembly, but you'll also grasp the essence of what it takes to design. In this instructional class, you'll take on a charm necklace project from start to finish. From designing your piece to using pliers to attach charms to findings, you'll do it all yourself. Expect to leave with a stunning charm necklace and the ability to make many more!
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    Charm Necklace Assembly

    145 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn

    • Learn the basic techniques of jewelry assembly and design
    • Use pliers to turn jump rings to attach charms to findings and, eventually, a chain for you to wear
    • Embrace your creativity by adding your own personal flair to your jewelry piece
    • Pick up the fundamentals of a new and productive hobby and leave with a stunning charm necklace
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    12 positive reviews
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    Wire Jewelry Design

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    Express yourself! You don't have to be an expert. This class is designed for those with no previous experience who want to learn how to start and finish a necklace and earrings. Gena Myint will guide you through every step -- she's been doing this since she was a little sprout. Students will be introduced to hand tools and shown the best way to use them to make a loop, single/double wrap, interlinking beads, headpins and end closures. The completed project includes your own necklace and earrings. Just think, if you throw away the rest of your jewelry, you can tell people you've made every single piece of jewelry you own! Or, just take the class over and over until you get to a braggable ratio. We believe in you!
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    Wire Jewelry Design

    117B 11th St, Brooklyn

    • Learn basic jewelry construction using fundamental techniques, such as wire looping and wrapping
    • Make a pair of earrings and matching necklace that you can show off to your friends because, after all, you designed and built it yourself!
    • Combine your personal taste with the ability to create your own handmade pieces
    • Open yourself to the possibilities of endless fashion combinations of the highest standard -- your own!
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    1 positive reviews

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