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 Jewelry making school, beginning through advanced

American Jewelers Institute

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jewelry trade school for bench jewelers


  • Jewelry fabrication

  • Repair techniques  

  • Stone Setting

  • Designing

  • Wax Carving

  • Mold making

  • Casting procedures

  • Prong setting

  • Channel setting

  • Bead setting


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American Jewelers Institute

6635 N Baltimore Ave. Suite 203

Portland, OR. 97203

(503) 255-4517  Toll Free(866)275-7564 

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Licensed by the Oregon State Board of Education

No Short Cut

American Jewelers Institute has been training jewelers for employment since 1986.  We have refined its training techniques to prepare you for a rewarding career in the jewelry industry. Proper use of hand tools and power equipment; choosing the right materials; knowledgeable and creative problem solving; awareness of the best solutions to create jewelry; and a commitment to the highest quality craftsmanship.

American Jewelers Institute has a reputation for excellence. Students come from all corners of the globe to enroll in our program. We teach students the time-honored skills and methods that produce work of the highest standards.

Whether your reasons are to increase the scope of your present business, or to launch a new career as a bench jeweler, we offer the knowledge you need to be successful. A world of opportunity exists today in the jewelry profession for those who have the ambition, talent and education to take advantage of this growing profession. We hope you will take this opportunity to learn the art of goldsmithing, diamond setting, and gold and silver casting.

Small Classes:

American Jewelers Institute classes are small with a maximum of 10 students. You will receive one on one instruction. You will work �hands-on� with every project. We encourage you to visit us and talk with current students. Contact Us in advance and we will make arrangements for your visit. You may click on any of the Contact us links or e-mail links for more information

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