Beginner’s workshop – No experience is necessary.
Ever wondered how one can make a silver ring? Bringing together two ends of a metal rod is a magical process. See below for more information.
More info below.
If you would like to get this workshop as a gift please go to my Gift Cards page where you can find all available options. The date of this gift workshop will be arranged with the attendee afterwards.
What will you do?
During the this workshop you will be able to make a beautiful sterling silver ring by experiencing the traditional silversmithing techniques such as measuring, sawing, texturing, soldering, filing, sanding and polishing. You can make up to 2 narrow rings or one wider ring during this workshop. At the end of the workshop you will be able to take your sparkling ring back home.
For the time being this workshop is open for one-to-one sessions or family groups of max 3 until we moved to COVID-19 Roadmap Step 3 (no earlier than 17th May). I am wearing a mask and I will ask you to wear one until further notice.
I am taking all the hygiene and safety measures within my workshop. All the tools, equipment and work surfaces etc. are cleaned daily with UV Steriliser Wand and/or wiped cleaned with virucidal disinfectant after every session against COVID-19 and anti-bacterial hand sanitiser is available to use. You can also use gloves if you wish to do so. Please follow current Government Covid-19 Guidelines.
You can also use gloves if you wish to do so.
If you are interested in a workshop you can either contact me directly via firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a convenient date and time for you or select an option below to see available dates.
Due to space limitations, for the time being with COVID Restrictions, workshops are open for one-to-one sessions or groups of max 3. This will change according to the Government’s Guidelines after the Step 4 of the Lockdown Road Map (21st June).
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|Sterling Silver Ring Making Workshop||
Satuday 1st May, 11am, Saturday 22nd May, 11am, Tuesday 18th May, 11am, Tuesday 18th May, 6pm