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Five week silver jewellery evening classes with WyeMade

Duration: 2 hour per week for 5 weeks

Price: £125

Contact: Ann Skehel at WyeMade

1 Barrowell Lane
St Briavels
GL15 6TP

Course Start Dates

Due to the uncertainty caused by COVID-19/Coronavirus, please contact the course organiser before finalising plans to attend this course.
Wednesday 8th April 2020
Wednesday 20th May 2020
Wednesday 1st July 2020

About the Course

This five week silver jewellery course is suitable for both complete beginners, and those with experience of jewellery making. Join me in my purpose built jewellery workshop to begin your journey into the wonderful world of silver jewellery making!

Courses run from 7-9 pm on either Tuesday or Wednesday evenings for 5 weeks. The start dates for each 5 week block of courses are listed above. Please see my website or contact me for more information.

There are 4 places available per course.

Working with silver sheet, wire and base metals, you will be taught a wide variety of techniques suitable to your level of experience. Starting with a solid foundation in traditional jewellery making techniques (piercing, filing, forming and soldering), we'll focus on developing and consolidating these skills while introducing more advanced techniques such as stone setting.

At the end of the course you will take away your original, handmade pieces of jewellery to be treasured forever.

Class sizes are kept small so that teaching can be adapted to suit the needs and pace of each student, in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Each block of classes is limited to four students, ensuring plenty of access to tools and tutor guidance.

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?

Use of tools, workshop and tuition is included in the course price, along with plenty of tea, coffee and biscuits!

The materials used in your jewellery are not included, silver and copper will be available to purchase on the night.

You will need to bring : a hair tie for long hair, a note book and pencil, a small box or tool box to put your work in and some ideas.

Want to review this course?

Great fun, superb tutor and learning a new skill- a win win!

- - #23014

Response from WyeMade:

Thank you Judy you have learned so much and I love the ring you are making at the moment.

I loved the 5 week course! It’s me time in a busy week, a wonderful creative outlet for my soul!!
I have made several gifts for my friends and family. I can solder and set stones now which broadens the choice of jewellery I create.....
Ann is a very patient and knowledgable teacher who is very generous with her expertise and attention to each student.
It’s my oasis in a fast world.

- - #22978

Response from WyeMade:

Thank you Claire, it is great to see what you have achieved over the last few months, and the wonderful feedback you get from your friends when you have made them jewellery.

A very patient teacher, l have learnt so much and enjoyed every minute. And made some nice pieces, usable and wearable.

- - #22972

Response from WyeMade:

Thank you Kate I love your Oak Leaf Caddy Spoons .

Ann is a brilliant teacher and generous tutor

- - #22971

Response from WyeMade:

Thank you Judy for being such a good student!

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