New display in our three windows on Roncy.
Dear Sunday Readers,
Jewel Envy is located on 151 Marion Street, in the Polish neighborhood.
After more than five years downtown the studio/classroom/retail has been doing a successful and
exiting work in this location, in and old and charming house from 1904.
Among the many lovely features, the building has three windows on Roncy.
We can appreciate a new display this month in our three windows. This initiative gives the
opportunity to the group of goldsmiths at jewel Envy, to show up their work. The work of
Parul Shrivastava of Paruli Design it’s in display, you are welcome to come inside the store
and enjoy them in person!
Parul studied jewellery at George Brown College in Toronto and has taken her passion and life-long
dream of being a goldsmith and jeweller, to the next level by launching her brand.
I encourage you to stop in anytime for a tour of the studio and a look and what our incredibly talented
jewellers do here.
Have a nice Sunday.
Hello, everyone! I’m Xin, I’m a Intern at Jewel Envy. Today is my 6th week being here! I am very lucky enough to have the internship change at Jewel envy and meet all the cool goldsmiths! Especially Gillian and Alexis give me the precious chance to be here and help me to growing up in a studio environment. Currently I am a 3 year Jewellery Arts student at George Brown College. So I would like to show some of my Jewellery pieces here!
Hello Sunday Readers,
All classes are taught
by our trained resident jewellers. Whether you want to learn how to
make jewellery as a hobby, use it as a delightful departure from your
day job, or want to transition to a career in the arts we can help steer
you in the right direction with support along the way. Many of our
students go onto study jewellery full time at school and continue on
with highly successful careers.
We teach eight week evening classes at introductory, intermediate and advanced levels. The classes run one evening a week Monday to Thursday. We also teach half day, and two day workshops on Saturday and Sundays at introductory, intermediate and advanced levels.
The evening classes are from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
One day classes are from 10 am to 6 pm
1/2 Day class times are specified for the class
Our upcoming classes are:
Wednesday March 14th, 2018 (Open Class)
Thursday March 22nd, 2018 (Introductory Fabrication)
Our next 2 day workshop:
April 14th and 28th, 2018, 2pm to 6pm (2 days Wedding Band Workshop)
Our next 1/2 day workshop:
Saturday March 17th, 2018 (Goldsmithing for Beaders Workshop)
Sunday, March 25th, 2018 (Enamelling Workshop)
Saturday April 7th, 2018 (Stacking ring Workshop)
Sunday April 22th, 2018 (Band Ring)
Jewel Envy looks forward to see you in one or more of our classes, the fun, good time, sharing knowledge, learning of new things, they are just the beginning of a great experience.
Have a nice Sunday
Saturday has come and brought the sunshine. What a lovely day out there!
But if you prefer to stay indoors and look at pretty things online, here are a few things for you😙
These are from a collection by Judith Noldin, of IN Jewellery. Her pieces are bold and eclectic, and the unique stones and accent colours she uses in her work definitely stand out from the crowd.
Here are some of my favourites:
Each stone is so unique, and the irregular shapes and colours really catch the eye. These pieces are stunning on their own, but they also look so great together – not too matchy matchy, but not not matching, you know??
These three rings contain stones found along Lake Ontario, and are set in sterling silver with either 14k or 18k gold accents. Left to right: $410 – $380 – $410
This pendant is set in sterling silver on a long snake chain. The stone is opalized wood with a small dangling citrine $540
Stop by shop this weekend and take a look at the rest of Judith’s collection on display. She is happy to do custom work as well!