About the Course
Over the 10 weeks of this beginners silver jewellery making course you will learn traditional jewellery making techniques including soldering, sawing, texturing, doming and making a chain.
You will take home your first silver ring at the end of the first lesson!
There will also be a chance for you to work on individual projects as you develop your skills and your own design ideas.
Classes sizes are a maximum of 10 per class.
The course will run for 10 weeks with a week's break for half term. Please contact us for more information. We also run classes on weekday mornings; please get in touch to confirm availability.
This course is £200 and materials are charged as extras each week. We ask for a non refundable deposit of £50 to confirm your place on the course with the balance of £150 due a week before the classes begin.
This class will be taught by Laura Llewellyn who has 10 years experience of teaching jewellery making.
This class is taught at our Basingstoke Studio; we are 5 minutes from the town centre and junction 6 of the M3. There is free parking available at the studio.
For more info or to book please use the contact form above
or please get in touch with any questions :-)
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
We have all the tools you will need to use during the course and will have the silver available for you to use (this will be charged as an extra each week based on what you use).
We have tea and coffee facilities in the studio.
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
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