Event Information:

  • 26th Sep 2020
  • 10:00am - 3:30pm
  • Varies

Contact Details:

  • SallyCreveul@stotfoldmill.com
  • 01462 734541

Silver Jewellery Workshop 2

26th Sep 2020

Silver Jewellery Workshop

Come to a workshop at Stotfold Mill run by Kathy  to make your own Sterling silver jewellery.
You will prepare and solder your silver then shape and add texture. Absolutely no previous experience is necessary! The workshop fee includes tuition, use of equipment, all materials (Sterling silver), polishing and return to the Mill for collection a week later (the pieces can be posted to you at additional cost). Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available

There are two sessions available – Morning Session with Rings or Bangles from 10:00 – 12:30 and an afternoon session with Earrings or Pendants from 1:00-3:30.
Workshops fees are as follows: Two rings* – £30 A bangle* – £33 A pair of earrings* – £22 A pendant* – £22

*If you would like to make 2 rings and a bangle, or earrings and a pendant, this can be accommodated by having a full day workshop, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm, with a break for lunch.

with Kathy Taylor

Kathy is a well know local artist specialising in silver and copper jewellery. Her work can be found at craft shows, galleries and art exhibitions throughout Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire; she also regularly runs workshops for local groups and individuals.

If you would like to book a place or require more information contact Sally Creveul


Silver Jewellery Workshop Booking Form

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