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Emilia Asanza

Nationality: Ecuadorian
Course: Jewelry Design, Jewelry Making
Program: One-Year Course
Period: Sept. 8, 2014 - Apr. 24, 2015

She studied jewelry making in Ecuador for 3 years, and came to Italy to study new techniques of Jewelry. She chose Italy because Italy is the cradel of arts and place with great artists. She’d also like to learn more about culture, gastronomy and Italian people.

Mar. 30, 2015 | Posted in Jewelry Making, Blog , | Tags:, | Language:
Reporter: Emilia Asanza | Course: Jewelry Making

Weekly Report (Reporte Semanal Mar 12-22)

This week I continued to make my ring. i have to make it perfect and give a lot of details to it.

At my stone setting class I engrave the last settings of my ring, the finished ring will be beautiful!!

Esta semana en mi clase de making continue haciendo mi anillo, hay que limar mucho y darle acabados.

En mi clase de encasatura, contunue engastando en forma de triangulo, una manera un poco complicado pero una vez listo queda hermoso.

Setting stone








In art visit we went to Giardino Bardino, this garden it is near piazza Michel Angelo and It belonged to a very rich family here in Florence. I enjoyed very much this visit because the ay was sunny.

En art visit fuimos a Giardino Bardini, el jardin se encuentra en Oltrarno, esta situado carca del dipiazzale Michelangelo.

Giardino Bardini





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