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Making Silver Jewellery
Making Silver Jewellery
02/09/2017
Studio 8 Jewellery Workshop, Fire Station Creative, Carnegie Drive, Dunfermline, Fife KY12 7AN 
07708486000

Learn a variety of jewellery making techniques and make a unique piece of silver jewellery in this weekend workshop at Studio 8, a well-equipped jewellery workshop within Fire Station Creative in Dunfermline. Suitable for beginners or those wishing to further their skills.

For beginners the first day will be spent learning and exploring basic techniques such as: 

  • Saw Piercing 
  • Drilling 
  • Filing 
  • Creating Textures 
  • Embossing techniques
  • Doming and Forming techniques 
  • Soldering
  • Surface finishes

You will practice and explore various techniques, producing copper samples and on the second day you will make a piece of silver jewellery such as a pendant, ring or pair of earrings.

For those of you who are returning with existing jewellery making skills you can work on your own project or continue to develop your skills and knowledge by following the structured sessions.

More advanced techniques could include:

  • Press Forming
  • Anti-clastic Raising 
  • Fusing

Classes are small to ensure everyone gets plenty of individual tuition. This course will be taught by Caroline Finlay who has many years experience teaching a wide range of jewellery techniques in further education. If you have any specific techniques you'd like included please contact Caroline before hand to discuss if possible.

The cost for this course is £130 which includes everything except silver which is estimated at between £5 and £20, depending on the scale of the piece. 

This workshop will run on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 September 2017

For more information and details of how to book, please visit Caroline's website

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