Silver Ring with Amethyst.
Third year; the final year, students would develop people skills and work with clients. The ability to transform client ideas into objects of art was a daunting task. The students received impressive critiques in metal art magazines, they developed a cult following, clients love having one of a kind pieces of jewellery. Third year's teaching master was a traditional metal-smith/ esoteric crystallographer steeped in a modern earthy style. Krystal did not consider her work schedule demanding, she thought students had an opportunity of a lifetime to work in the industry . Krystal broke down assignments into categories; Practical/Theory, R.D.I (research develop and implement) and client base assignments, all projects were important and graded.