Silver Clay Jewellery – Ring Making Workshop

Sun 25 Sep 2022 – 10:00 am – 4:30 pm @ Westmill Farm, Ware, Herts, SG12 0ES

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Sun 25 Sep 2022
10:00 am - 4:30 pm

Location
The Art Shed

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Following on from our introduction to silver clay jewellery workshop, we have this brilliant one day workshop where you will learn to make three beautiful silver rings – a simple band ring, a stone set ring and finally, a show stopper ring of your very own design, using the techniques you have just learned.

Silverclay Rings Workshop – full day £145.00

Along with all these new techniques, we will also show you how to make sure that your rings always fit. You can even have them hallmarked !

The class will cover how to plan, create, fire and finish your jewellery designs in real fine silver.

With all use of equipment and materials (including the silver!) included in the price!

Your pieces will be ready to wear by the end of the class.

A small range of books, sterling silver chains, thong, pearls and extra silver clay will be available to buy. Prices approx. £2.50 – £20.00

Melanie has been teaching creative workshops since 2003, and is the  author of ‘Silver Clay Workshop: getting started with silver clay jewellery’ and ‘Rings’, and their latest book ‘Teach what you do’ was launched at Kirstie’s Allsops  Handmade Fair – Hampton Court, last year.  As well as contributing to other jewellery books, magazines, and other creative publications.Most recently on appearing on Jewellery Maker TV.

Karen Blake joined in 2016 – and now works alongside her sister Melanie. They often teach larger classes together, but also also take workshops individually, spreading the magic of Silver Clay around the country.

To book your place click here

‘By joining this class you agree not to benefit financially from my ideas, designs, projects or lesson plans. In other words, I’m delighted to introduce you to the wonderful world of silver clay but if you are hoping to either teach or sell your jewellery in the future, please don’t copy.’