Welcome to our wonderful world of jewellery making. There are so many options and possibilities when it comes to choosing what to learn and make. See below for an overview of the types you can learn and click on each one to see a list of classes available.
Learn to create beautiful jewellery with our silver jewellery courses. You will train in the traditional techniques of sawing, soldering, annealing, sanding and polishing to make your own unique jewellery designs.
We love gemstones and so have spent a lot of time perfecting our stone setting classes. Once you have a bit of silver jewellery making experience why not learn how to add a bit of colour and sparkle to your designs?
Start with Beginners Silver Jewellery III for using pre-made settings and then move onto our two-day Stone Setting course to learn more. We also have some advanced technique classes including setting cabochons, collet setting, claw setting, grain setting and more!
Metal clay is an alternative way to work with silver. It is a manufactured clay-like substance made of recycled silver, an organic binder and some water. It can be moulded and shaped like clay and is fired with a torch (a creme brule torch will do!) or in a kiln to leave you with hallmark-quality solid silver - it's like magic!
Beading and Wire
Beading is often where we start on our jewellery making journey! Join us on Beginners Beading to learn how to design and make jewellery including the finishing and clasps (often the hard bit!). If you have some experience you may want to check out our Intermediate and Advanced Beading classes.
And for those who love their pearls, you can learn Pearl Knotting.
Glass and Enamel
If you have a kiln you may want to look at our glass and enamel jewellery classes and learn to add a bit of colour to your jewellery designs.
Resin and perspex
Learn to make your own unique and quirky jewellery designs in acrylic/perspex or resin. Both materials are inexpensive and fun to work.