Silver Jewellery Making Workshop

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£65.00 GBP


Silver Jewellery Making Workshop

Working closely with the very lovely Sarah Drew, learn how to make your own hammered silver earrings, handmade chain necklace or bracelet, bespoke clasps, hammered bangle and a simple stacker ring. The cost of the workshop is £65 and materials cost of £20 needs to be paid to the tutor on the day.

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Make yourself some beautiful new accessories at our hands on jewellery workshop. Learn how to make your own silver earrings, bangle, chain necklace or bracelet and stacker ring.


Fine for complete beginners, we cover cutting, filing, soldering, texturing and finishing your own silver jewellery designs.

Bring your old silver (and gold) jewellery along to incorporate into I your designs if you like; and make things from scratch using eco-silver provided. The eco-silver you will use to make your collection of jewellery costs £20 and needs to be paid to the tutor on the day.

Workshop is held in the Belvedere Room at Mount Edgcumbe Country Park.

Tea/coffee and biscuits included! (Bring your own lunch, or there's a lovely cafe there)

About the artist -

Sarah Drew makes contemporary eclectic jewellery from found objects (driftwood, sea plastic, sea glass and slate pebbles) combined with semi-precious stones and pearls linked together with chunky hammered eco-silver chains, delicate crocheted fine silver and fused silver focal pieces.

Sarah lives in Cornwall and loves spending time outdoors in the fresh air on local beaches and in the woods, collecting curious things...

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June S.
Had such a great time

Had such a great time Helen. Sarah is such a nice lady. Wearing the rings I made today. Love the bracelet. I hammered noughts into one side and crosses into the other. Thanks.