WORKSHOP : March 24, 2014 — May 24, 2014.
Manchester School of Jewellery
Taster Session Dates:
May 10th morning or afternoon
May 24th Morning or afternoon session (10-1pm or 2-5pm)
The Taster Sessions are suitable for complete beginners. Students will be given demonstrations, and then will have hands on experience of hammering, texturing, doming, manipulating wire, basic silver soldering and different finishing options. These skills will be practiced on Copper, before moving on to Sterling Silver to complete their choice of item. Choices are; ear studs, pendant, or pin. By the end of the three hour session, students will have completed a piece of wearable silver jewellery, which will be theirs to take away. There will be three tutors with up to ten students.
This is an external workshop, run by Manchester School of Jewellery. Please visit their website to book.
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