Terracotta is an Italian word which means cooked earth clay. Terracotta jewellery is one of the oldest forms of jewellery crafted in India since Harrapan civilization. Apart for making jewellery terracotta clay is used to make kitchenware & household decorative articles.

Designs of terracotta jewellery are inspired by nature, animals, plants, leaves, flowers, tribal Gods or more stylish look can be given by using different shapes. Terracotta jewellery is crafted from natural earthen clay so it is skin-friendly. Now days in market it is available in numerous modern designs.

General Details about the Course:

Dueration: 8 Hours / Fee: Rs. 2500/-

Registrations Must: Fee Rs. 100/-

Course Contains:

  1. Clay preparation
  2. 5 types of beads
  3. 5 types pendants
  4. 3 types of Jhumkha
  5. 3 types of ear rings
  6. Clay backing
  7. Clay paintings
  8. Assembling
  9. Haram
  10. Neckset

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