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Jewelry Wax Carving Molds, Maadi Branch , Cairo , Egypt

Jewelry Wax Carving Molds, Maadi Branch

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Art Café-Egypt
10b road 11, Maadi, Cairo, Egypt
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5 classes
3 hour classes
Wednesdays 10:00-1:00pm OR 6:00-8:00pm

Number of participants: A minimum of 1 and a maximum of 5.

Dates: Oct 11th, 18th, 25th, Nov 1st & 8th


Course Description
Wax can be used instead of metal by applying several techniques (Carving/Shaping/Birching).
Using Wax can be easier than using metal directly as it highlights and demonstrates complex details quickly.
Then comes the next step, casting the wax to metal (Silver/Gold) making a rubber mold for wax models in order to cast it several times.

Course Content
Defining tools & equipment
Design making on wax
Sawing & filing
Carving by Frazer or Hand
Stone positioning
Final project

Required material is included in the price.

Wafaa Ibrahim

Wafaa started learning jewelry design about 6 years ago, with her friend and colleague Alisa Amin, she explored and learned everything there is to know in the world of wirework driven by the desire to broaden her horizons with the styles of jewelry that she could create. She studied to improve her techniques at the College of Applied Arts in Cairo University and the Arab Society for Applied Arts Designers.

Her interest in jewelry started at the age of 7, playing with elastic bands & beads wanting to create something beautiful. She has always been creative trying to create beauty whether through sewing, knitting or jewelry making.

Many years later she finally found a niche she loved and enjoyed, and learned with some of the finest local jewelry makers in Khan el Khalili, who made it possible for her to make her own designs and taught her the workman tips.

Wafaa started working for Jewelry with Spirit in 2007 setting up and starting a gallery/School for Jewelry making with Alisa Amin.
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