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Would Like to Take a Class in Jewelry Repair, Not Sure Where?

I sell vintage jewelry online and often have pieces that just need a rhinestone replacement or a replaced clasp, etc.I hate when I order something and it has a "new" clasp or poorly restrung and so I don't ever repair because I don't want my customers disappointed. I just save it all and do a craft/repair lot but I would really like to take a jewelry class on either how to make or repair jewelry so that I can salvage some of these wonderful pieces. Any suggestions?
Live in Sacramento CA area

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if you live in the uk then try birmingham. the jewelery quarter is world famous. UCE offer courses.

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