Terracotta jewellery is one of the oldest forms of jewellery in the world. The word Terracotta means “cooked earth”. Its history dates back to the Harappa and Mohenjodaro civilization. It is Eco-friendly.
Learn the complete procedure of terracotta jewellery making right from clay preparation to the final finished product. It is a fulfilling hands on experience that includes home baking in a natural way. (includes material kit)
Types of beads
8 to 10 types of earings
8 to 10 types of pendants
3 types of Jhumkas
A necklace set
A pair of anklets
A long chain.
Duration: 5 days (3 hours per day)
Material kit: Clay, a roll of gear wire, a roll of nylon string, ear hooks, anklet hooks, pins, bangle base, assorted moulds (small), round moulds – three sizes, tear drop moulds – three sizes, cutter and plier.
*brushes and paints can be used from the studio
*coal will be given separately for each participant for baking