A great introduction to ring making, using found objects in jewellery making.
9 May - 10 May 2020
Organised by:Central Scotland School of Jewellery cssj.co.uk
Tickets:Adult £150 Child N/A Concession N/A Book now
Location:Central Scotland School of Jewellery, Dunblane
FK15 0EW Map Directions
School open during workshops and can be contacted by email at any time.
During the workshop you will select a piece of found sea glass and learn how to incorporate it into a unique sterling silver ring. You are encouraged to bring your own pieces of sea glass if you have them. This workshop is an ideal introduction to ring making and an opportunity to learn jewellery techniques such as sawing, filing, soldering and stone setting.
The day will begin with a demonstration of how to make a basic ring out of wire. Different textures and finishes can be applied to allow each student to create an individually designed ring. Students will practice this technique before moving on to create a bezel setting for their sea glass. Students will also be shown how to safely drill holes in pieces of sea glass allowing them to be used as beads or made into pendants.
All tools and materials are provided.
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