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Christine S.
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Report | 9 months ago
Fantastic class!
Ronald L.
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Report | 10 months ago
Great hands on intro. class in the fundamentals of Jewerly design and date venue.
francine c.
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Report | 10 months ago
My daughter & I had a great time!
Page N.
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Report | 10 months ago
enjoy this wonderful experience!
Marlene W.
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Report | 2 years ago
Wonderful experience. Excellent teacher. Worth the price. I learned a lot.
Blake V.
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Report | 2 years ago
I love the pendant that I made- I have already gotten a ton of compliments from people and when they ask where I got it- I love to see their faces when I tell them that I made it! It was a lot of fun.
laura c.
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Report | 2 years ago
Great instructors. Great activity. Great space!
Lizanne L.
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Report | 2 years ago
The Intro to Jewelry Making class was a great experience! Not only did we get to make a piece of jewelry, but learned a bit about the tools and process of all jewelry-making. Plus, Ms. Hanson gave us a tour of the facility, shared with us her background and training, and gave an overview of what could be done at the school if we wished to pursue further training. Highly recommend it!
Heather P.
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Report | 2 years ago
Great, patient instructors. A fun class!
Brenda L.
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Report | 2 years ago
I had a wonderful day - learning with G, who was patient and very helpful. Did not like the hard-sell in the middle of the day, but otherwise fabulous!
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Kristin Hanson began her journey toward fine jewelry-making mastery by walking down a path less traveled. Raised in a home where expression was encouraged, she spread her roots to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Then she took a leap. She traveled to the wilds of Colorado to apprentice under master goldsmith Harold O'Connor, learning his nuanced, perfectionist techniques and method for training squirrels to be workshop assistants. Her studies then carried her to Florence and Tuscany before drawing her back to the East Coast.

Kristin's life-inspired works embody the contemporary with forms that highlight the innate beauty of her materials. Her trademark couture jewelry has caught the eye of such publications as Lucky and InStyle. In short courses and intensive programs, she hews to a teaching philosophy that fosters others' styles instead of encouraging copycats of her own. Except during special exhibits, Kristin handcrafts each piece in 60 Reade, her 6,000-square-foot Tribeca gallery, and specializes in conflict-free pink diamonds from an Australian mine.

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