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Jewellery courses

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!

Come and learn all about silver clay and how you can mould elaborate jewellery items as easily as working with Plasticine. Once you're happy with your piece, you can marvel as it turns to 99.9% pure silver as an ordinary kitchen blow lamp is applied to it. It really is alchemy! For this workshop we'll be making charms to hang on a silver bracelet. Then you'll learn how to make silver rings (five stacking rings...
Devon - Next course on 23rd May 2019
Silver metal clay is an amazing material! Made from recycled silver, mixed with organic binders and moisture, it can be textured, shaped, cut and moulded like clay, but, when it's fired, it reverts to become 99.9% fine silver again. This means that you don't need any prior jewellery making or silversmithing skills to enjoy this media and make beautiful, fine silver jewellery pieces! This is a friendly, relaxed and supportive workshop. With a strong emphasis...
Kent - Next course on 28th July 2019
Silver Clay is a remarkable material that moulds like plasticine, but once fired using a simple kitchen blow lamp it turns into 99.9% solid silver! It's a fantastic material for making moulded jewellery and anyone can do it.
Gloucestershire - Next course on 25th May 2019
Introduction to Beadwork Jewellery Making Workshops. Held at ‘The Chantry’ in the lovely market town of Thornbury just 12 miles north of Bristol. Your teacher Lindsey Benson has been making beaded jewellery for over 10 years. She will demonstrate and help you with the hurdles of stringing beads including choosing the right wire and findings. Enjoy and fun and informative 2.5 hour beadwork jewellery making workshop on either a morning (10am -12.30pm) or an afternoon...
Essex - Next course on 2nd June 2019
Vitreous Enamelling is the art of fusing glass to metal at high temperatures, using a kiln. In a one day class (approx 5 hours) 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. If you've been to a class before or would like to build on existing skills I can also teach additional techniques...
Try a taster glass bead making at my studio in Berkshire. Come and spend 3 hrs having addictive fun on my will watch a demo of how to make glass beads in the flame and you will them be let loose on the torch to make your own. You can spend the entire time playing with glass, or split your time with flamework and making the beads into jewellery to take home. All materials...
Do you want a truly individualised, tailored introduction to jewellery making? Or are you already started and wanting to develop your skills further? From the studio I offer one day, two day and continuing one to one tutoring. I offer a number of different skills/techniques to focus on, and these can be developed in one or more sessions, these may include the following: " Introduction to Silver Jewellery Making day (sawing/piercing, hammer texturing, shaping/forming, soldering)...
Have you ever wanted to make a piece of your own jewellery? Do you want to gift a beautiful piece of sterling silver jewellery to someone close to you? Or do you just want to learn a new skill? Join me in my workshop in the heart of the Kent countryside for a one-to-one tuition jewellery making workshop day, and I’ll help you create something completely personal to take home at the end of the...
Devon - Next course on 29th June 2019
Polymer clay is a versatile modelling medium which can be used to make stunning jewellery. On this beginner’s course you will learn how to select or make your own clay colours; how to condition the 'raw' material; how to mould and shape your designs and how to build a clay cane - the millefiori process. You'll also learn how to apply your cane and how to 'finish' your beads to achieve a professional look. Towards...
On this full-day introductory workshop - suitable for beginners or those that have taken our Silver Clay Jewellery Taster workshop - you will learn how to design, make, fire and polish three different pieces of jewellery.   Using silver clay, a material made up of recycled silver particles, an organic binder and water that can easily be used at home with little need for equipment, Edinburgh jeweller and silver clay specialist Anna Campbell will take you...