Course Provider: Sarah Madsen
Contact Name: Sarah
Telephone: 01945 739671
Course Length: 6 hours, can be split over into 2 x3hour sessions
5 star rating, 2 reviewers.
Learn to hand make your own Ring in Sterling Silver, using a 12mm Round Cabochon Ring. This 6 hr day class or couple of 3 hours sessions, you will learn to saw, file, hammer, solder, polish and set your own ring. No experience necessary as I will guide you throughout the whole process:)
*If you wish to use other stones, please contact me as project difficulty, price of stone plus whether it's ideal (as in hardness of stone) for a first-time stone setting class, will alter the price. I recommend trying the project described as above for the first time.
The 6 hour class is designed for a one to one experience.
(If 2 people would like to do this together, it would be a good idea to allow up to 8 hour day or 2 x 4 hour approx sessions.)
Mornings or afternoon sessions are also available between 10am - 6pm hours.)
£165 each person.
All day 6 hour Class usually start from 10 am - 4 pm. 12 pm -6 pm, (all year) Summer months can run classes up to 9pm.
Optional of classes running at 2 hrs a time for 3 sessions. Just let me know And we'll book those dates in for you.
After all your hard work you go home with your very first ring set piece of Jewellery plus class information of methods and tools used.
What's included in the price?
All Sterling Silver, cost of the stone, plus all tools, equipment and use of studio is included. Endless Tea and coffee with biscuits too. On the all day 6 + hour course, feel free to bring lunch or for £10 extra, sandwiches and crisps refreshments can be provided.
(I can take this lunch option as a separate £10 payment by cash on the day or by BACS. Just let me know)
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