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Intermediate stone setting weekend workshop

Intermediate stone setting weekend workshop

Duration: 2 days, 10am till 4pm

Price: £198

Book with: Lucy
at Lucy Lyon Jewellery

123 Dovercourt Road
Bristol
Bristol
BS7 9SG
X

Course Start Dates

Saturday 22nd February 2020
Sunday 23rd February 2020

About the Course

Join me in my bespoke jewellery workshop to enjoy 2 days of advanced stone setting.

Suitable for students who have completed the introduction level stone setting weekend or have a solid base of jewellery making experience and are confident with their soldering skills.

Over this weekend we will be looking at flush setting, tapered settings & prong setting. The emphasis is on learning the techniques rather than the individual piece of jewellery although you will get to go home with some very pretty samples!

Learn a variety of setting techniques, discover how to prepare & refine existing setting tools and how to make your own bespoke stone setting tools.

An ideal condensed workshop for those who struggle to commit to a weekly jewellery making course! A fun, creative and educational weekend with the added bonus of taking all your silver creations home with you :)

With just 4 spaces available there will be plenty of tutor guidance.

The sessions start each day at 10am through till 4/5pm with a break for lunch.

Course costs £198 with all materials/silver/refreshments included.

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?

Refreshments & snacks are provided but you may want to bring a packed lunch too.



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  • Accessible by public transport
  • Intermediate level
  • Weekends

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