Micro mosaics for jewelry with Fulvio Di Gloria @ Mosaikashop July 3, 4, 5 and July 17, 18, 19 2015

Coming to you from Rome, Italy


 Mosaikashop is proud to host Fulvio Di Gloria who will teach the fine art of micro mosaics for jewelry 


This micro mosaic class is unique and the only one currently available in the tradition for the production of high end genuine Roman and Venetian micro mosaics jewelry. You will create a micro mosaic pendant with a silky smooth surface to the touch. There are barely spaces in between each tesserae so that every detail in the design composition can be seen. This technique makes the jewelry very durable.

This class will consist of 2 Projects

Project 1:

Students will produce a composition exercise measuring 1cmX1cm of a geometrical design as a first exercise, to get the feel of the technique.

Project 2:

Students will make a pendant in a silver base. For learning purposes and time restraint you will be given a choice of design: geometrical, letter of the alphabet, or flower.

Remember this course is specially formulated to teach you a specific technique!

Take advantage of this unique opportunity.

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Reserve your spot now: suzanne@mosaikashop.com

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Fulvio Di Gloria, artist

 Workshop dates 2 options:

Option 1: July 3, 4, 5


 *Friday introduction 6:30pm-8:30pm

Saturday 10:00am-4pm

Sunday 10:00am-4pm

 Option 2: July 17, 18, 19


 *Friday introduction 6:30pm-8:30pm

Saturday 10:00am-4pm

Sunday 10:00am-4pm

 Price: $450 materials included

*$225 deposit required upon reservation.

+$70 for the punzoni tool if you wish to eventually pull smalti filati yourself in the future

4 - Punzoni

*On this day you will see a full demonstration of how to stretch the smalti into smalti filati and even have a try at it if you dare!

About Fulvio Di Gloria


Fulvio Di Gloria was born in Pantelleria in 1982. He graduated in Industrial Design at the Engineering School of Milan, “Politecnico di Milano”; he received his education in Milan, Vienna and Rio de Janeiro. In 2007 he worked at Schullin & Söhne whose sponsor helped him win the last edition of the international Contest Tahitian Pearl Trophy 2007-2008 in Austria, both in “Earrings” and “Pendant” sections. In 2009 he arrived at Rome, where he learnt goldsmith art, mosaic art and micro mosaic. Since 2011 he is been making and showing his works in the workshop in Via di Panico 75 opposite of Castel Sant’Angelo, in Rome.