On this intermediate one-day workshop - suitable for those that have taken the taster workshop or beginners workshop, you will learn how to make two different types of fine silver ring.
Using silver clay, a material made up of recycled silver particles, an organic binder and water your expert tutor jeweller Anna Campbell will take you through all the steps needed to create your own pieces ready for firing.
The projects you will make during this one-day workshop include making a flat band ring, and a D profile ring (see examples above).
You will learn how to design your rings, calculate your size to take shrinkage into account, make your own bespoke pieces and embellish with textures and a gemstone.
Please note: The rings will be taken away for kiln firing at the end of the session and can be collected from The Arienas Collective at an agreed date, or will be posted to an address of your choice within one week of the class. It is recommended that rings are kiln fired rather than torch fired.
If you want to make a ring for someone else please remember to check their ring size before coming!
Spaces on our workshops are limited to allow artists to offer one-to-one help and support.
The price for the workshop includes all materials, refreshments and lunch. And of course the two beautiful, unique rings you have created.
All The Arienas Collective workshop experiences are also available as a private group booking. For more information phone 07732 901150 or email email@example.com
Please note that The Arienas Collective experiences are run from a first-floor open plan reception room and unfortunately we do not have lift access. Please let us know of any food preferences or allergies when booking.
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