Beginners Jewellery Making Course

What to Bring

  • A notebook and pen/pencil
  • An apron
  • Covered shoes
  • Your ideas and creativity
  • We provide safety equipment and training on how to use all relevant equipment.

What to Wear

  • All students must wear enclosed shoes, long pants or skirts and have long hair tied back. Our warehouse has a concrete floor and can be cold in winter (we have some heating!) and hot in summer so please dress appropriately

Appropriate For

  • No previous experience in design or jewellery making is required.

Beginners Jewellery Making Course

About This Class

Class Schedule

  • Duration: 7 x 3 Hours

What You Will Learn

  • Soldering – using special jewellery torches students learn how to anneal and solder metal to join the silver together to make a ring band and other jewellery
  • All the fundamentals of jewellery making you need to know to allow you to make your own silver ring plus more
  • Cutting, texturing and stamping – whether it’s a hammered texture, or stamping with letter stamps on metal, we have a range of tools for students to experiment with

What You Get

  • Base metal sheet and wire
  • Sterling silver for your first ring
  • All the consumables you need to make your projects (ie saw blades, emery paper and drill bits) as well as all the hand tools and equipment you need.
  • A show bag containing silver sheet and wire plus other goodies from our sponsor Pallion
  • Tea or coffee and yummy biscuits

Description

Our Beginners Jewellery Making Course is designed to teach you the fundamentals of jewellery making and design. Over seven weeks, you’ll learn everything you need to know about how to make your own silver ring. All tools and base metals are provided, as well as a strip of silver.

Lesson covers:

  • Metal cutting – students are taught how to saw-pierce metal using professional jewellery saw frames
  • How to size your ring
  • Texturing and stamping – whether it’s a hammered texture, or stamping with letter stamps on metal, we have a range of tools for students to experiment with
  • Roller printing – learn how to impress directly on to metal using a specialist rolling mill. Print with feathers, leaves, fabric, art papers, hand cut stencils and much more
  • Soldering – using special jewellery torches students learn how to anneal and solder metal to join the silver together to make a ring band
  • Drilling
  • Forming metal – how to shape and dome metal
  • Finishing – learn how to file and use emery paper to give your ring a final finish
  • Patinate – use our special blackening compound to highlight parts of your design

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D
Jul 2017
Beginners Jewellery Making Course - 25 May 2017 6:30 PM

It feels amazing to see my deign come to life! Erin has offered much help and showed me different ways to achieve what I want.

C
May 2017
Beginners Jewellery Making Course - 30 Mar 2017 6:30 PM

So many great techniques were taught and we were able to get one and one tips and advice throughout the duration of the course. Erin was a brilliant teacher and I would highly recommend this course to anyone interested in silver jewellery design. I'm looking forward to starting the intermediate course soon where I can expand my knowledge.

S
Mar 2017
Beginners Jewellery Making Course - 09 Feb 2017 6:30 PM

The beginner class exceeded my expectations, Erin is a great teacher, very knowledgeable and willing to help with design and techniques. Whether you think you're creative or not (me!) enrol and give it a go, you'll be amazed what you can create.

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