The Advanced Stone Setting Course info provides each student with a knowledge base and technical skills required for setting fancy shaped stones.
Topics covered in this course:
- Setting Marquise Shaped Stones
- Setting Princess Shaped Stones
- Setting Trillion Shaped Stones
- Setting Emerald & Radiant Shaped Stones
- Setting Baguette Stones
- Setting Channel Set Stones
- Setting in Gypsy Type Mountings
- Setting Bead & Bright Cut Mountings
- Setting Flush Style Mountings
- Platinum Working
Why Choose Conner Jewelers School?
Conner Jewelers School is noted for its unique “Triple Exposure” method of teaching. This method begins with a video demonstration, followed by a live demonstration followed by a close one-on-one supervision with students. We developed this method years ago and we feel it is the most complete method of providing training to our students. The very low student/teacher ratio in our classes ensures the classes run efficiently at a pace that keeps each student focused on learning.
Conner Jewelers School Reference Materials:
Each Conner’s Student receives an illustrated workbook to use during class and keep following class completion. This workbook includes Course DVD’s that are also yours to keep and refer to in the future. This information can be used as a reference to help you brush up on previously learned skills and techniques following completion on the course.
Fees & Enrollment Costs:
1 Week Class – $1125.00
8 Week Class – $8170.00
12 Week Class – $11,580.00
A deposit must accompany your course enrollment. A deposit of $200.00 is required when registering for a one week class. For multi-month programs the deposit is $1,000.00. The balance is due 2 weeks prior to class unless other arrangements have been made. Deposits are non-refundable; they will be held in the event of cancellation. Rescheduling is possible with proper notice.
Level III (Advanced Jewelry Servicing) courses begin on the third Monday of each month. Classes are held from 10am-5pm Eastern time at the Conner Jeweler’s School in New Albany, Indiana.