About the Course
Join experienced jeweller/silversmith Lindsay Peter as she guides you through forming and texturing wire. Learn some wire-work basics, creating loops and curved forms, which we will then texture using silversmithing techniques to transform shapes into your own unique pieces of jewellery.
You can layer up parts to create more dimension in your design and add beads. By the end of the session you will have created 2 items of jewellery in the form of earrings or pendants.
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Described in the Sunday Telegraph as ‘stunning’, Crook Hall, a Medieval Manor house built circa 1217 is one of the oldest inhabited houses in Durham City. Home to the Bell Family since 1995, the Medieval Hall merges into a Jacobean Manor house which in turn merges into a Georgian Town house reflecting its development over the centuries that it has stood beside the River Wear.
Onsite paid parking is available as well as paid street parking within walking distance. Please note that this course is taught on the first floor of the building with access only by stairs.
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 required equipment/tools.
On hand tutor to instruct and guide you through the course.
Tea/coffee and cake!
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