|Design and Make a Gemstone Necklace|
Arrive at this workshop with no Jewellery experience and yet a few hours later, take home a unique gemstone necklace
Be welcomed with some refreshments and get settled when you arrive before the qualified tutor gives an overview of the whole experience and shows everybody some sample necklaces, so you all have more of an idea what to do
You will learn which pliers are needed for the task, the different types of beading that can be utilised, along with skills like tension and crimping, as well as how to attach the clasp
Leave wearing a unique piece of Jewellery that you can treasure.
Price: £100Gift ordering and supply fulfilled by red letter days
|Availability: One Friday per month throughout the year. Weather: Duration: The experience starts at 10am and lasts for four hours, but expect to be there around five hours (including a one hour lunch break). Numbers On Day: A maximum of 16 budding jewellery designers take part, guided by a tutor throughout. Spectators: The workshop is exclusively for paying participants. Dress Code: Health and safety guidelines dictate that all participants must have fully covered footwear, so no sandals please. Guidelines: Restrictions: Minimum age is 12. Participants under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. No jewellery-making experience is necessary. Other Info: Lunch is not included but the class does break for an hour midway through. You can either bring your own or head to one of the local coffee shops, sandwich bars or pubs for lunch.|
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