About the Course
This course moves on from the beginners, so you will need to know the basics or piercing and soldering, this workshop will introduce you to stone-setting.
You will be guided through some basic stone setting techniques, leading on to how to set a cabochon stone. You will be free to bring in your own stone/found item for setting or you will be able to buy a stone from the Tutor. At the end of this you will come away with several pieces of jewellery.
It is run by Fiona Cocks BA(Hons) who is has been teaching classes for over 10 years. The 2.5 hour sessions takes place in the workshops of Bigbury Mint, which is in Ermington, near Ivybridge, in the heart of the South Hams area of Devon.
Courses run on Thurdays evenings. We can take group-bookings at other times as well, and these can be tailored to your needs.
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 tools and materials are provided, but if you are wishing to work in silver there will be a small charge. Turn up ready for a 6pm start on Thursday evenings with clothes that you don't mind getting dirty, and shoes suitable for a workshop (not flip-flops or sandals). parking is available right outside. Tea/Coffee and biscuits are available!
Terms and Conditions
You need to pay for your course in full before booking is confirmed. Please contact me using the enquiries form above for regarding bookings and payment. Please note that full refunds can only given with a minimum of 30 days notice. If the notice is less than 30 days, then we can only refund 50% of your payment. We retain the right to refuse entry to anyone who is aggressive or under the influence of drugs including alcohol.
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