Learn the basic skills needed to begin designing and fabricating your own handmade jewelry! No previous experience necessary.  Techniques for sawing, piercing, soldering, and polishing silver will be introduced.  You will complete at least two projects, which will include learning how to bezel set a stone.  Your final piece will be of jewelry store quality that you can wear or give with pride! Please bring a $30 materials fee and a one time $25 lab fee to the first class.



    Continue to build on the skills you learned in Jewelry I.  Many new forming techniques will be taught, including use of a hydraulic press, fold-forming, and more advanced constructing.  Students will work at their own pace, exploring ever-more advanced techniques.  The instructors will guide and encourage students as they find their own "voice" as jewelry designers.  Please bring a $25 materials fee and a one-time $25 lab fee to the first class.  Open studio time is included with tuition.  

Class C Teacher: Emilie Cohen 

8 Mondays beginning Jun 3rd 6:30 - 9:30 pm

Class D Teacher: Michael Pundy 

8 Tuesdays beginning Jun 4th 11 am - 3 pm

Class E Teacher: Emilie Cohen 

8 Thursdays beginning Jun 6th 6:30 - 9:30pm

Class F Teacher: Michael Pundy 

8 Thursdays beginning Jun 6th  11 am - 3 pm.

Open Studio

$25 per session, (free for current jewelry ll students) 

Open studio time will now be available from 12 to 3pm on selected Saturdays or Sundays.  The studio will be monitored, but no instruction will be given.  Prerequisite:  Completion of a Jewelry ll class at C.S.J.A. 


                                                         CT SCHOOL OF JEWELRY ART                                                    POBOX 118     

NEW HARTFORD, CT 06057              


Jewelry II

Class A Teacher: Emilie Cohen

8 Wednesdays Jun 5th 6:30 - 9:30 pm. 


Class B Teacher: Mike Pundy 

8 Mondays Jun 3rd 12-3 pm. 

                                            Summer Session 2024

Jewelry I                    Tuition $ 325.00


Precious Metal Clay for beginners



       Similar to modeling clay, PMC is a combination of organic binding agent and microscopic silver particles.  When fired in a   kiln, the binder burns away and a solid silver piece is formed.  In this one-day workshop, we will focus on the basic   techniques of shaping, cutting and texturing PMC by experimenting and playing with this versatile form of jewelry creation.

  Students can expect to leave with 2-3 pieces of jewelry.

  No  previous jewelry making experience required.

  Materials fee will be  $90.00

  Sat. June 15th  - 10am to 4pm