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a pair of studs with a delicate design

Trio Of Silver Earrings - Beginner

Make a set of earrings with the use of cutters, saw, pliers, hammers, mandrel, buffers and more.

  • 3 hr 30 min
  • 95 British pounds
  • Scottish Silverworks Private Studio

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Join Scottish Silverworks for our Trio Of Silver Earrings Beginner Class and pick up skills that can get you started with a world of creative opportunities with jewellery. You will learn how to turn precious metal into 3 pairs of either stud, hoop and drop earrings to take home. No design or previous making skills needed - There are a range of earrings to choose from on the day. Whether your style is casual cool or red carpet glam, this workshop allows you to tap into your creativity and silver’s versatility. Find inspiration from the samples on the day, alternatively pop an email over if you have ideas you want to see can work in this class – the final pieces will be uniquely you. WHAT DOES THE CLASS INVOLVE? Under guidance, you will start by selecting the styles you wish to make of each earring and learn to use a range of forming and joining tools including the soldering torch. This class is great for someone looking to get to grips with more challenging techniques including controlled melting, filing metal, shaping intricately with pliers and hammers and soldering. You’ll learn to transform recycled and British sourced silver into adornments to cherish forever. Your expert instructor will guide you through the process over 2 1/2 - 3 1/2 hours in a morning, afternoon, or evening, with a small class size of up to 4 people. If you wish to book for a larger group booking please enquire directly. The class can run over a short while if needed but please make me aware if you are working to a schedule. A tea and coffee or cold drink choice will be provided. Expand your jewellery making repertoire and create not only one but three unique pieces of jewellery with your own flair to add to your collection. NOTES BEFORE BOOKING: Attendees must be over the age of 18 years old. Good hand-eye coordination is important as is reasonable hand dexterity. The space is currently not wheelchair accessible but we are working on this, please be in touch directly if you would like to discuss access. What to wear: Closed-toe shoes are essential. Comfortable clothing is advised and if you need glasses and something to hold your hair back, please bring them! Bringing an apron is optional but can be good to protect clothing.

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