Introduction to Silversmithing Workshop : JULY 1
Introduction to Silversmithing Workshop : JULY 1
Introduction to Silversmithing Workshop : JULY 1
Introduction to Silversmithing Workshop : JULY 1
Introduction to Silversmithing Workshop : JULY 1
Introduction to Silversmithing Workshop : JULY 1
Introduction to Silversmithing Workshop : JULY 1

Introduction to Silversmithing Workshop : JULY 1

$185.00

INTRODUCTION TO SILVERSMITHING

Learn the basics of silversmithing in a relaxed, country setting here in Tyalgum, northern NSW. During the course of the day you will become familiar with the fundamental tools of the trade, learn how to cut, saw, anneal, solder, texture and finish a ring, which will be yours to keep!

Classes run from 10am until 4pm on a Saturday, and are for up to six students, to allow for individualised tuition. Full payment is required upon booking to secure your place.

Overnight accommodation packages are available with Celestial Dew Guesthouse, conveniently located right next door to Flutterbies Cafe, and just a short stroll from the studio!

$185 tuition fee, includes two rings.

Student Reviews:
"An excellent course for learning some basic skills. Kirra is very good at sharing her skills and experience in the craft. While you do cover the basic principles/theory, most of the class is hands-on. Very enjoyable & good value for those wanting to dip their toes into silversmithing. I would definitely recommend it." - Rebecca

"I got to this beautiful little shop / studio & waiting was Kirra. She was so welcoming & warm. The class had 7 people in it but Kirra made sure each person was on the right track. She was very informative about everything any question was answered & she made sure we all had fun while learning. The highlight of the class was being able to feel comfortable leading a new skill in a room of strangers & leave feeling like you knew what you were doing while having fun with some amazing new people." - Beth

"I took my 12 year old son and his friend as a birthday gift and it was wonderful. Kirra is a wonderful sharer of her knowledge and skills. We all made wonderful pieces that we'll treasure always." - Genevieve