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Peat Oberon Blacksmith

Contact Name: Peat Oberon's School of Blacksmithing

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Address:
Preston Park
Yarm Road
Stockton-on-Tees
Tees Valley
TS18 3RH

Peat Oberon Blacksmith
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Peat Oberon Blacksmith's Courses

£290
Tees Valley
You will learn a series of key blacksmithing techniques which are the foundations for making beautiful ironwork. Over the three days you will develop your skills in these techniques while you make at least three items to take home with you. Right from the start you'll be making, not just watching. You will experience the thrill of working with hot metal and discover the satisfaction of seeing completed pieces you have made with your own...
£290
Tees Valley
You will learn about many of the specialist techniques used to make leaves and other organic forms which are often used in both traditional and modern blacksmithing. The course is aimed at those who have already had some experience and practice and wish to learn how to produce the more organic shapes and forms found in the natural world. It is also for people who would like to try some of the more ornate traditional...
£290
Tees Valley
You will learn how to make a blacksmith's basic tool kit. Over the three days you will make a complete set of the most essential tools needed to get you started and to become self-sufficient. All the tools you make will be yours to keep. Once in possession of this toolkit, you will be able to go on to make more tools for yourself. Many people who have taken the 3-day beginner's course find that...
£300
Tees Valley - Next course on 7th June 2019
On this advanced course you will learn a number of special techniques used to make some of the traditional scrolls used in architectural ironwork. The scrolls you will learn to make are more three-dimensional than the scroll made on the Beginner’s Course. They are seldom used in modern work because they require much more time and effort to produce and are rarely taught to students. Knowing how to make these scrolls will help you to...