Classes

Stacking rings

Stacking rings

You can use these ring shapes in all your future ring designs. There's loads of experimenting with different textures and finishes on the rings. It’s quick, easy and fun in wax!
Charms

Charms

Charms are really versatile and can be used in any jewellery project. Wax is the perfect medium to make these 3-dimensional shapes.
Bombe ring

Bombe ring

A classic ring to make from wax. There's lots of space to practice texturing and carving because of its size.
Rosecut and cabochon bezel settings

Rosecut and cabochon bezel settings

Gemstones steal the show with their sparkle, but a good setting deserves the same amount of love in my opinion.
Faceted gemstone bezel settings

Faceted gemstone bezel settings

Faceted gemstones have different requirements for their settings, expand your skills and learn to make settings for these stones.
Rings

Rings

Let’s use the wax to its maximum potential and make something big and fun!
Solitaire ring with fitted bands

Solitaire ring with fitted bands

Another ring stack but this time you make the rings to fit each other.
Animal carving

Animal carving

Improve your 3-dimensional skills. You can make your animal as simple or detailed as you want.
Signet ring

Signet ring

Another classic ring to make from wax. What shape are you going to make yours?
Bangle

Bangle

A new type of jewellery, fun!
Rosecut ring

Rosecut ring

Let the gemstone be the main attraction and design the rest of the ring around it.
Bead caps

Bead caps

What about beads? You’re right, let’s give them some caps as well.
Ring from separate parts

Ring from separate parts

You want a yellow gold ring band, but a white gold setting. How do you do that in wax? Easy! You make the parts separately to fit and solder them together in metal.
Robot

Robot

After it’s cast, rivet this robot together so it can move its arms, legs and head!

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