The History of Jewellery (since Antiquity)

With this one-week full-time course, EGM builds a bridge between gemmology, jewellery, fashion and history (we could write “History”).

From the jewels of Antiquity to those of the Middle Ages, through Art Nouveau, Art Deco, royal finery and high jewellery, you will go back through the time to discover the techniques used and the choice of stones specific to each era and each region of the world.

Beyond the craftsman’s know-how, each ancient jewel also bears witness to a culture, a social or religious order and an economic context. And it is with this curious and profoundly human look that Céline David, gemologist specialized in medieval jewellery and expert with auction houses, approaches the history of jewellery.

Who should take this course

This course is of high interest for everyone, beginners, amateurs or professionals.

Students of art history or fashion design who want to deepen their knowledge of jewellery styles and techniques.

Language and schedules

This course is given in English.

It takes place over one week, Monday to Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

You can register in French on this page.

How to register

Online, by mail or by phone at 514 844-0024.

What you will receive

At the end of the session, you will receive a certificate from the EGM.

This course is included in the diploma program Gem and Jewellery Appraisal Course.