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Courses
  • History of the Silverware
  • History of the Italian Silverware between the XVII and the XIX centuries
  • History of the European between the XVII and the XIX centuries
  • The Silverware History in America and in the other European schools
  • History of the Roman Silveware
  • History of the French and English Silverware between the XVII and the XIX century (part I)
  • French Silverware: notes about the styles
  • French Silverware: the most representative artists
  • Notes on French punches
  • History of the French and English Silverware between the XVII and the XIX century (part II)
  • English Silverware: notes about the styles
  • English Silverware: the most representative artists
  • Old Sheffield
  • Notes on English punches
  • History of designer
  • A practical drawing course and an introduction to the Goldsmith and the Silversmith styles
  • The Horology from the beginning to the current times
  • Numismatics
  • Introduction to the heraldic grammar
  • Introduction to Gemmology
  • Gemmology I°: coloured gems
  • Definition of gem – estimation criteria
  • Problems on gems
  • The Corindone: physical, chemical and mineralogical characteristics
  • Nomenclature – major layers
  • The Corindone: Imitations Synthesis Processings
  • The Beryl: physical, chemical and mineralogical characteristics
  • The Beryl: Imitations Synthesis Processings
  • More coloured gems of minor use
  • Orti Lamiani Precious Gems
  • Gem Problems in Archeology
  • Gemmology II°: Diamonds – Organic Stones and Gems
  • Definition of diamond – estimation criteria
  • Problems on gems
  • Physical, chemical and mineralogical characteristics -Nomenclature
  • Imitations Synthesis Processings – The Cut
  • Modern methods of scientific research. Laboratory notes
  • The Pearl I
  • The Pearl II – More organic gems
  • Technical Gemmology – The Diamond
  • Technical Gemmology – The Coloured Gems
  • Technical Gemmology – The Pearl and the Corals
  • History of Goldsmith
  • Jewels in the European culture from the Middle Age to the Renaissance
  • Power, astrologic and symbolic meaning of gems in the humanistic culture and in the folk believes
  • The retrieval of the ancient gems
  • The craft organization
  • The social and economical position
  • The sacred and secular goldsmith in the renaissance culture
  • Sumptuary lows in the ‘400 Florence. Links to the personal ornaments
  • Gold through the History via the great civilizations
  • The jewel and its history: the ear ring, the necklace, the bracelet, the ring and the clasp
  • History of Jewel
  • History of the contemporary jewel
  • General Outline and Changes in 40s and 50s Jewellery
  • The major jewelry maisons
  • History of the contemporary jewel
  • Birth and growth of the Art Nouveau – The Nouveau Jewellery
  • The artistic avant guardes and the “Style 1925” – The Déco Art
  • Post-Déco The floral and the animal-like style in the 40s and 50s jewellery
  • Expressionism, Abstractionism, Geometrism and Minimalism
  • History of the Etruscan Jewellery
  • Historical introduction: the Iron Age IX and IIIX centuries b.C.
  • Archaism VI century b.C.
  • The Classic Age and the Hellenism V and IV centuries b.C.
 
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