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Special about our Course
We Have Formula Based Techniques And Business Encouragement For Women.
Topics Covered As per Course Selection
Clay texture, Selection of clay, procedure for jewellery clay, baking
1. Fashion Jewellery Making.
2. Paper Jewellery Making.
3. Clay Jewellery Making.
4. Polymer clay Jewellery Making
5. Bangle Making
6. Varieties of earring making
7. Anklet making
8. Varieties of bracelet making etc…
Who should attend.
All Age Group ladies, College Girls, Kids to encourage hobbies,Diversion from daily routine And Software Professionals Etc.
Basic Interest patience and little creativity and innovative mind
What you need to bring
Materials Will Be Provided By Us.
Key Takeaways
Catalogues, Unique Picture CDs, instructions, Prepared Jewellery and Course completed Certificate.

We hold certificate from Govt of India. We do conduct workshop for kids.



Clay is a general term used to refer the materials which have traces of metal oxides and organic matter.

Terracotta is a fired clay and it’s an Italian Term “baked earth”. Typically unglazed and in red-brown color after kiln firing to low temperatures.

Different Type of clay

1) Natural Clay

Clay may be made up of natural materials such as minerals

2) synthetic Clay

synthetic materials such as polymer. Earthenware, stoneware and kaolin are the most frequently used types of organic clay.

Polymer clay is ideal for projects for children and beginners.

In this two-day workshop Ani will guide you through the creation of large pots. Ani will demonstrate different finishes using raw clay with different materials, she tried wide scale of researches with clay to create different methods & models to design.

Ani also share her experience and lecture about her research about pots and how it’s used around the world. She also share how clay became her inspiration, both formally and conceptually.

Participants will complete a large pot of their own, Also gain the skills to create big scale.
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Terracotta Pot
1. Clay (Terracotta)
2. News Paper to Dry Clay
3. paper to design
4. Pencil to design before starting with clay.
5. Cutter
6. Needle
7. Thread for creating Design and to use connect Beads
8. Golden,Silver,Stones, Crystal & Clay beads
9. Earring nail & Hook
10. Hooks
11. Bangle base
12. For necklace set with jimikis if Required
13. Running chain

If you need any of the product please give a call.

Terracotta is fined red clay used in sculpture,jewellery and pottery.Terra means earth in contrast with terracotta .Terracruda is unfired clay terracruda but not terracotta can be mixed with water to make mud.

Terracotta can be quickly identified by its brownish red hue porous exterior and earthy feel.The clay thet is used to make terracotta is formed ,cast or molded into different shapes and dried,usually in a kiln to
obtain a hard surface.
you will find terra cotta is the form of roofing,sculputures,jewellery and dishes.As with any manufactures product,there are some important environment concerns to be considered.


Terracotta made from a clay found in the earth. The material used to make terracotta products is classified as an inert product. This means that the terracotta material doesn’t undergo major physical, chemical or biological modification. The material itself is harmless.

The process of drying and manufacturing terracotta products can have some environmental effects, depending on which method is used. For example, often kilns are used to manufacture terracotta products. Kilns can emit smoke and gas, which will have a negative environmental impact. Natural gas can be used in the factories with lower emissions ratings than other processing methods. The use of renewable resources, such as windmills, photovoltaic means and water-powered devices to dry terracotta clay are increasing, which reduces the carbon footprint of terracotta manufacturing