Borkowski Jewellery Studio are running Jewellery Making Workshops from their sixth-floor studio here at St. Margaret’s House. They’ve kindly sent us the following information about the process.
Ever dreamt about making a ring, earrings or original pendant to your own design? Or maybe you wish to present someone with unique and truly bespoke gift?
During the course I will show you how to manipulate metals to shape them to the design of your choice. With some assistant you will make a piece of unique jewellery and learn some secrets of the silversmithing trade.
The Wedding Ring Workshop
The experience that will provide memories which will last a lifetime.
Demonstrate the uniqueness of your relationship by making your own wedding rings to your own design. The workshops offer you an exceptional and bespoke experience in making each others’ wedding rings.
You can design and make your own wedding rings guided and assisted by experienced jeweller. You will leave with unique, one-off wedding rings to cherish forever.
To experience this exciting and personal day during which you will make your own piece of jewellery please contact the studio to book your day. We will discuss your design, sort out sizing and give you an ideal of your metal costs.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
• Saturdays and Sundays workshops are 10am – 4pm (week days and evening courses may be arranged to suit your requirements)
Ways of contacting us: by phone – 07597326541; massage on facebook on
www.facebook.com/weddingringworkshops or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Average costs is £20 per 1 hour tutorial plus costs of materials. Cost of the Wedding ring workshop (4-6h) per couple is £250 plus materials. Total price of the course depending on client’s requirements and is always agreed prior or the workshop.
• Light lunch, glass of wine and photographs of you making your wedding rings included in the price
• All metal is additional, and costs fluctuate according to the material fix at time of purchase.
• Hallmarking or engraving will be charged separately Categories: Community News
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