What opportunities will this course give me?
Students will be able to progress on to the longer Jewellery courses.
What will I be learning?
The day will introduce students to the basic techniques of jewellery making using Silver. You will learn how to create a pendant or earrings to your own design and a simple band ring. In a relaxed environment you will experience using the piercing saw to cut out a shape of you own design, for a pendant or pair of earrings. You will be introduced to the skills of sawing, filing, drilling, soldering, texturing and polishing. The class will be taught as a group and you will produce a simple design of you own with guidance and support from your tutor.
Why is this course for me?
Students will be taught by demonstration and hands on experience. You will learn as a group learning how to produce and create your own individual design idea.
What do I need to sign up?
No formal requirements are necessary to join this course; you do not need to have any previous experience at jewellery making to take part in this course.
Is there anything else I need to know?
This course is suitable for anyone who would like to learn the basics of jewellery making using Sterling Silver or Copper. You will have full instruction of all techniques and work in a relaxed and fun environment.
Please bring along; a pencil, note pad, apron or clothes you don't mind getting messy, closed toe shoes, glasses for close work if you usually wear them, small plastic box for your materials kit (an empty food container will be perfect) and a hair band if you have long hair.
A starter jewellery kit is included in the course fee. This will be provided to you by your tutor on the day of the workshop.
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