Jewellery courses

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Making jewellery is extremely satisfying, as anyone who has experience of this will tell you! The courses listed below vary widely in price, length, and topic - but wherever you are in the UK - whether you fancy silver-smithing, beading or experimenting with metal clay, there will be a jewellery making course to suit you!

Lucy Copleston trained at the Royal College of Art and has made jewellery and taught the craft since 1975.Tuition costs £125 for a seven hour day and is one-to-one so your learning is fast tracked. By arrangement two students can learn together i.e. couples making wedding rings, family members or friends. A discount of 20% is given for two students learning together. Sessions are tailored to the specific requirements of each student and are flexible...
Dilys Fisher of Rosy M Design has been running enamelling courses since 2005. This is a wonderful ancient craft where enamel powder (ground glass) is applied to copper and is then fired in a kiln for approx. 1 minute until the enamel becomes molten and attaches to the copper. If 3 students book together its £45 each, 2 students £67.50 each or 1 student £135. Courses are suitable for both complete beginners and those with...
The invention of a new material called Silver Clay has opened up new business opportunities for entrepreneurs who may be young Mums or people that require the flexibility of a job that can be fitted in around their families and their busy lives. This course is taught by Paula Louise Paton who has been in the jewellery business for more than 14 years. Paula runs her own jewellery business and continually updates the course content...
Enamelling is the art of fusing glass to metal at high temperatures, using a kiln. In a one day class you will learn the basics of enamelling, including equipment, materials and then counter-enamelling. I will then go on to teach you several techniques such as sifting, wet packing, applying media. I can also help you develop existing skills by adding techniques to the classes such as as wire work, swirling and grisaille. I also do...
Next course on 2nd September 2017
This is a great beginner’s introduction to making silver jewellery and is open to anyone, whether they have had some experience before making jewellery or not. The following topics are covered, with plenty of hands on: - Introduction to materials and techniques - Useful tools and resources - Sawing - Sanding and filing - Annealing and preparation for fabrication - Basic fabrication/soldering During the day you will learn to make at least one of the...
In this workshop you will experiment with copper wire to make two bangles then one in silver. I shall demonstrate how to texture, form distress use a saw frame and solder the copper and silver wire to form your bangles. My studio is filled with a mix of eclectic pieces to fuel your imagination and the yard outside is great for a picnic. There is a minimum of 3 students and 5 maximum to ensures...
Next course on 13th January 2018
Introduction to silver jewellery making day course at calf House Studios: subject to availability at time of update : Places available. 13th January 2018 2 spaces left 14th January 2018 6 spaces available 3rd February 2018 6 spaces available 4th February 2018 6 spaces available 3rd March 2018 6 spaces available 4th March 2018 6 spaces available 28th April 2018 4 spaces left 29th April 2018 6 spaces available Join Jewellery Tutor Diane Lee to...
Join us in the relaxing and tranquil setting of our Narrowboat for a silver jewellery class, whilst moored alongside the beautiful Worcestershire canal near Droitwich. We offer popular one day silver Jewellery making classes for individuals or groups of 2 - 3 students giving you lots of close contact time, - great for beginners. Bring a friend or two! Courses from £65 per person per day. See website for full price details and group discounts....
I offer day courses in Silver Clay. Silver clay is ground down silver combined with a binder which once sculpted and fired burns away to leave pure silver (99%). It means that you can create beautiful silver jewellery easily in one session. As an enameller the reason I started using silver clay was to create pieces that I could then enamel, which can also be covered. The Silver clay can be fired in a number...
Glass Fusing Workshop I teach one day workshops on the last Saturday of most months, to beginners students and follow on workshops on the first Saturday of the month to more experienced students. At the beginners workshop you will learn to cut glass, learn the qualities of the glass and basic firing schedules. You can make up to 3 pieces of glass art and up to 3 items of jewellery using a range of glasses,...