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Silversmithing workshop: spinner/ fidget ring


Duration: 5.5 hours

Price: £100

Book with: Nina Rambelli
at Iasthai Original

The Vintage Sewing Bunny, Unit K3, Snowdon Road
St. Annes
Lancashire
FY8 3DP

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About the Course

If you love your jewellery chunky or kinetic, this course is for you!
Create a solid sterling silver spinner ring (also known as a worry or anxiety ring) by hand making not just one inner ring out of wide sheet silver but two more rings with silver or brass metal wire (our silver option also includes beaded wire which is just... ahh) to add that spinning, kinetic flair!

The workshop runs for 5 to 5.5 hours and there'll be plenty of tea and biscuits, laughs and good chat- it's always a lovely, friendly environment that encourages creativity and freedom so the length of the class is only as strict as you want it to be.

Although this class welcomes beginners, it is an ideal follow up to our Stacking Rings workshop.

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?

Materials
Tools
Tea/Coffee
Biscuits



Want to review this course?

Such a great way to spend an afternoon and so pleased with the fidget ring- as is my wife.
Would definitely recommend. Nina is lovely, patient and a good teacher. No question seemed too much and I even left with a sheet of materials and tools I'd need to start this up as a hobby.
I'll be seeing you soon Nina- looking forward to the private classes

- - #24545

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Course Start Dates

Sunday 24th November 2019

  • Accessible by public transport
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Suitable for events & groups
  • Suitable for stag and hen dos
  • Teen friendly
  • Weekends

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