About the Course
In this 3 and a half hour workshop, you will learn how to cut a silver/copper pendant from a selection of basic shapes with a jeweller’s saw or choose from a pre-cut selection, finish and de-burr your pendant, create texture using stamps and create your final pendant or earrings. Options to purchase a chain are also available.
As we will be using basic shapes and no soldering is required, the workshop will take place over a morning or afternoon and can fit in with your busy schedule. Evening sessions also available (please enquire).
No previous experience required.
The workshop costs £45 per person plus cost of materials with light tea, coffee and biscuits provided. You will also receive a complimentary pack of 12 saw blades for your first workshop. Additional blades will be charged at a cost of 50p each.
The workshop will run from 10.00 until 13.30 with a short break for refreshments.
If you would like to create your own more complex shape or would like to learn how to solder, please check out our other workshops.
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?
Tea, coffee, biscuits and complimentary pack of 12 saw blades on your first booking.
Very enjoyable half day workshop making earrings with friends.
Half day copper and silver workshop - - #21573
Response from Daphne & Molly:Thank you, Katherine! Glad you enjoyed. And your earrings look gorgeous. Hope you all enjoy wearing your pieces! Look forward to seeing you again.
I spent a wonderful morning with my sisters making pendants to celebrate my sisters impending wedding. It was such a good way to relax & it was also great fun. We were all thrilled with the items we made! I would highly recommend this course.
Thanks so much!
Hannah Smalley - - #21045
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