What a beauty and I’m sure you all will agree with me.
Victorian jewelry is a popular design in Great Britain during the reign of Queen Victoria. They are now considered antique and precious.
Notice the stylish filigree motif encircling the tear drop bead? These filigrees is a mark of Victorian jewelries.
Filigrees are created from tiny beads or twisted threads, usually of gold or silver. They are arranged artistically into motifs and then soldered.
In this tutorial, we’ll teach you how to make jewelry, particularly how to create the filigree frame without soldering. The techniques you will learn will be useful and you can apply it on any type or shape of bead or cabochon. Though this is not a “jewelry making for beginners,” but with pictoral step by step, even a beginner can definitely follow.
The tutorial is now available in web-base format and you can find it on our Titanium Package.
With the Titanium Package you’ll have UNLIMITED ACCESS to our Lessons Gallery. Every month we’ll add 4 new tutorials of various jewelry techniques, aiming to have OVER 100 jewelry lessons in the next few months.