About the Course
This course is suitable for students who either have already some experience in jewellery making or for complete beginners.
You will complete 2 different projects within 10 weeks. Beginners will learn all the basic skills in order to make perfectly finished wearable pieces of jewellery (cutting, soldering, finishes, polishing). You will make a ring or a bangle, then a pair of earrings or a pendant.
Intermediate students will perfect their skills in soldering, cutting, filing, sanding and finishing. You will also learn new skills such as reticulation, granulation, making a catch, riveting...
You will be encouraged to push your creativity as far as you like and will complete at the end of the 10 weeks at least two pieces of beautiful wearable jewellery in sterling silver.
The class will be taught as a group and you will produce your own designs with guidance and support from your tutor.
You will have full instruction of all techniques and will work in a relaxed and fun environment.
This course is for 4 students only so you will get a lot of attention from your tutor and also some 1 to 1 advice!
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?
All materials are included in the course fee except for sterling silver and copper (for test pieces).
Please bring along: a pencil, note pad, apron or clothes you don’t mind getting messy, closed toe shoes, glasses for close work if you usually wear them and a hair band if you have long hair.
Marion was a great tutor, I had a lovely day and all of us made beautiful pieces. I would really recommend a workshop with Marion, it’s really fun and I learnt so much.
Vikki Leese - - #18807
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
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