Jewellery making workshop: make a silver Twisted ring Stourbridge

Jewellery making workshop: make a silver Twisted ring Stourbridge

Duration: 2h 30 mins

Price: £40

Run by: Josephine
at Josephine Tournebize Jewellery


The Red House Glass Cone
High Street
West Midlands

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About the Course

Learn to make a silver ring! Course runs 10am-12.30pm

2 hr 30 min/session
*maximum 4 person per session

This jewellery workshop is a fantastic opportunity to try a new craft, see how you feel with the tools, techniques and with the workshop overall. During the 2.5 hour class you will make a beautiful, silver twisted ring to take home.

The class is made even more enjoyable simply by the setting. Josephines studio is well equipped, and has an inspiring, creative atmosphere and of course is based at the wonderful Red House Glass Cone. You could have lunch sitting by the canal or try our on site cafe. Take a walk around the beautiful historic building and visit the numerous other craft studios on site.

All materials and tools will be provided. No previous knowledge required. Please ensure you wear fully closed shoes and practical clothing.

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?

All material, tools and equipment are provided as well as refreshments.
Please insure that you wear fully closed shoes and practical clothing

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Course Start Dates

Friday 2nd February 2018

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