Bracelet & charm workshop is a creative session to make piece of jewellery to take away with you that day, ideal for n opportunity to meet people or get together with your girlfriends, friends or family, hen do or wedding jewellery.

 

You don’t have to have had any experience with jewellery making before and you will be guided through the stages with demonstrations and one to one support when needed.

 

The material we will be using is PMC Clay which a fun medium to work with and once fired is 99.9% real Fine Silver. If you wish to get your piece hallmarked I can send it of on its own, which has an extra cost or add you to a list for hallmarking at a later date where I send of lots of items at one time.

 

During the 2+ hours you will learn:
• How to handle the clay
• How to cut it into a shape
• How to stamp your personalisation or design on to the item
• Method of refining the dry piece
• Firing your pieces using a butane torch
• How to polish and finish your piece

 

Dates, time and location:

Please contact me to arrange a date or time that suites you. The workshop is located in the studio or gallary space at The Round Georges, Briighton. If you wish to have the workshop at your location this too can be arranged.

 

Cost:
£50 per person, gems or extra charms can be purchased too. Choice of bracelet and gift box and silver clay to make a charm included (not for the expandable bracelet at it does not fit the bracelet).

 

Refreshments:
Tea, coffee, drinks and a selection of snacks are available from the bar, as the workshop is held the pub studio or function room at The Round Georges, Brighton.

 

Extras:
I you wish for the workshop to be an extra special occasion I can arrange for a buffet (different budget options) or high tea (£9pp) drinks and there other add on options can also be arranged.

Bracelet & charm workshop

£50.00Price
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