JD 218 — Hollow Form Jewelry: Die Construction and Manufacturing Techniques
1.5 credits; 3 lab hours
An intensive study of hollow form jewelry techniques to produce an original finished product of exhibition quality. Includes technical drawing and fabrication of a scale model.
Prerequisite(s): all third-semester Jewelry Design courses "Co-requisite(s): JD 217, JD 219, and JD 252 or approval of chairperson".