Make your own wedding rings workshop
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About the Course
Spend a memorable day hand crafting your wedding bands together in a cosy workshop in West Wales.
You will have exclusive use of the workshop where you will be guided through each step of making, learning the jewellery making techniques needed to create your rings, this includes calculating your measurements to make sure they are a perfect fit; filing, annealing, soldering, shaping, and polishing to finish your rings to a high standard.
Bookings can be made for any day of the week.
Gold/Silver are at an additional cost and vary depending on your choice of size, shape and carat (if you choose gold).
You can make rings in silver, 9ct or 18ct yellow, white or rose gold. Rings can be D-shape, round or flat shape bands. Rings can have a matt, polished or hammered finish.
To begin the process of making your own hand made wedding rings, please enquire via email
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?
-Hallmarking for both of your rings at the London Assay Office and any finishing (polishing or resizing) needed so that your rings are perfect.
-Your rings returned to you by post, safely packaged in the ring boxes provided (this can take up to 3 weeks)
-A light lunch and plenty of teas, coffees and nibbles to keep you going. (Any dietary requirements can be arranged when booking)
-A digital album with photographs of you crafting your rings together. This will be sent to you after the workshop.
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Course Start Dates
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
- Accessible by public transport
- Suitable for beginners
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