About the Course
Making silver jewellery doesn’t have to be difficult… if you can roll out pastry, use a biscuit cutter or a craft knife you can use metal clay!
* Easy * Social * Fun * Eco-friendly *
If you have done my part 1 class, or another intro course, you might like to develop your skills a little further... You will get more out of the class if you have some metal clay experience, but it is not beyond the reach of a beginner. This class is a little more intensive, as we will be learning about measuring for our designs, shrink rates, adding larger stones and handling a 3D piece, but don’t worry, I’m here to support you and guide you through the process. You will also have some time to design your ring before getting started on “the real thing”
So go on, treat yourself (or a loved one) to a unique keepsake made from .999 pure fine silver for less than the cost of a piece of jewellery on the High Street!
* THIS CLASS IS ALSO AVAILABLE AT HARBOUR HOUSE, KINGSBRIDGE ON 29th SEPTEMBER *
Message me or visit my website for more details!
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
In this class you will make a band ring with silver decoration or a cubic zirconia/glass stone
All class prices include:
* A space on the course for 1 person
* 7g silver clay (depending on your ring size & design), materials and use of tools to make your piece
* Firing of your creation in a kiln
* Tea, coffee and sweet treats whilst you work
At the end of the class you’ll take home a piece of unique FINE SILVER jewellery, crafted by your own fair hands!
Don’t worry if you’re “not creative”, I’m here to support you and guide you through the process - I also have books and samples for inspiration too.
Your tutor is Steph Pillinger, BA (Hons) Restoration and Decorative Studies - First Class, an internationally selling mixed-media artist, specialising in metal clay, gilding and decorative effects.
This is an exciting method in the history of jewellery making - I call it the “friendly” alternative to traditional silversmithing. Many other skills cross over to metal clay projects (pottery, sugar craft, decoupage etc.) - making it accessible to hobbyists and craftspeople alike… so go on, give it a go!
A range of classes are available, both at my studio in Brixham and a number of venues across South Devon - take a look at my website or follow me on social media for more details!
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.