Worcester – Spinner Ring – was 4th April, now 25th July or 1st August
July 25 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm£25
UPDATE 6th June. This workshop has been postponed from 4th April to EITHER of these three dates and times:
Saturday, 25th July: 10am
Saturday, 25th July: 2pm
Saturday, 1st August 10am
For all those already booked on this workshop I have today sent out an email explaining all the steps I have (and will be) taken to ensure your safety and protection. and I’ve asked you to get back to me to indicate your preferred date and time.
In brief I have purchased gloves, masks, alcohol wipes, face shields and the venue will be thoroughly cleaned before each class. There will be plentiful soap and paper towels which you will be encouraged to use. Personal, cleaned toolboxes will be provided so sharing of equipment will be minimised and with a maximum of 4 people per class, you will be able to work at least 2 meters away from each other. Soldering will be taken in turns observing distancing rules.
Worcester, Powick – Spinner Ring Workshop
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.
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.