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Learn the key to streamlining your production line!
Explore the many facets of creating a quality handmade collection that people buy, including where to sell your work, how to do small-scale production, how to carry out market research and publicity, how to price and present your pieces for greatest effect, and so much more. It’s the perfect primer for budding jewelry entrepreneurs.
Learn how to develop a coherent line for production, promote sales and develop presentation skills. Topics include small scale production of a few pieces in a home studio, outsourcing locally, nationally and internationally. Learn production resources tips and tricks like easy cleanup, casting tricks and model preparation, pricing, where to sell and promote your work, wholesale and retail trade shows, and much more.
Emilie Shapiro's work is inspired by natural elements and heavily driven by experimentation and process. She incorporates natural, rough gemstones celebrating beauty in imperfection. Her work is sold nationwide at places such as Anthropologie, Sundance Catalog and the American Museum of Natural History. Emilie received her B.F.A. in jewelry and metalsmithing from Syracuse University with a concentration in Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises.
She also studied at Alchimia, a contemporary school of jewelry in Florence, Italy. Before launching her own jewelry line, Emilie w ...
She also studied at Alchimia, a contemporary school of jewelry in Florence, Italy. Before launching her own jewelry line, Emilie worked as the Production Manager at Pamela Love and Allforthemountain. Emilie is the author of How to Create Your Own Jewelry Line (2016) and Creative Wax Carving (2017).