Gloucester Milestones (now 2&6 Therapy Rooms)- Spinner Ring postponed from 2 May to 8 Aug or 5 Sept
August 8 @ 10:00 am - 1:30 pm£25
UPDATE 15th June: We are now able to offer this workshop to those who had booked on to the workshop of 2nd May, to either 8th August (2pm) OR 5th September (10 am) at a different venue but still in Gloucester at the lovely 2&6 Therapy Rooms, Wainbridge House, Shepherd Rd, Gloucester GL2 5EL. There is plentiful parking and the workshop will be held in a large meeting room on the ground floor. The class size has been cut to only four people, thus minimising any health and safety risks. There will be supplies of sanitiser, gloves, alcohol wipes and masks if required. PLEASE contact me to let me know which session suits you best but if you can make either, that makes my job easier too! Thank you for waiting and your patience. Wendy
Make your own spinner ring in sterling silver – add one two or three rings to the main shank in either of any combination of sterling silver, brass and copper. You can use bobble or twisted wire or create a faceted look on any or all of your spinner rings and this is where you can get creative!
Learn artisan silversmithing techniques and a little of the history of silver and hallmarking. Time allowing we can make more than one spinner.
Enjoy homemade cake, shortbread and refreshments whilst you work.
At the end of the workshop you’ll not only have some lovely personalised jewellery to take away, but also a huge sense of well being, pride and achievement.
The cost of the workshop is £78 which includes everything you need plus homemade cake, coffee, teas. Pay £25 now to spread the cost and the balance of £53 on the day.
There is plenty of free parking outside. Precise directions will be sent to you a week before the workshop.
If you are making your ring or bangle for someone else it’s important you try to find out their size...
Bring either a ring that fits the person with you, or get their ring size measured at a jeweller, or wrap a study piece of wire around their finger and twist. It should go on and off easily. Bring the “ring” with you on the day.