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Would you like to make a ring with a cabochon stone setting? Then this is the course for you! We show you how to make a silver ring and set a stone.

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Learn how to make a silver leaf pendant – this class is a perfect introduction if you would like to try working in silver.

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Join us on this enamelling taster class and make a colourful pair of enamelled silver earrings or silver pendant whilst learning about basic jewellery making.

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The beginner silver jewellery course is a great place to start for metal working techniques if you’re new to jewellery making.

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On our Byzantine ring course learn how to design a Byzantine style ring with stone settings and elements of granulation and decorative wire work.

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On our working with gold course learn how to create gold jewellery, use gold as accents in silver jewellery and build confidence in using gold.

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This class caters for students who already have silver jewellery making experience and would like to work on self directed projects.

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The fusion welding precious metal course is an introduction to joining metal without solder. This technique is used to create jewellery with granulations as well as interesting surface textures.

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Learn how to make a silver tennis bracelet with box clasp on our Tennis Bracelet Course. Design to your taste using your favourite gemstones.

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Work on your personal jewellery projects with a fully equipped jewellery workshop in our Silver Jewellery Afternoon Class. We do not teach specific projects in this class, however the tutor is available for guidance.

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  • What are Beginner Courses?

    Beginner courses are a mix of short courses and term time courses for newcomers. Beginner courses will suit you If you have never soldered with a gas torch or used a piercing saw.

  • What are Improver Courses?

    Our Improver Courses are for students who know how to solder with a gas torch, anneal and use a piercing saw. You will have completed a Beginner course and want to build on your basic skills.

  • What are Advanced Courses?

    Advanced courses are for students who are confident in a jewellery workshop. You have a good understanding of how to construct jewellery but aspire to a higher level of precision.

  • What are Taster Classes?

    Our Taster Classes are perfect for beginners with little or no jewellery making experience. They offer a gentle learning curve to ease you into silver jewellery making and try something new. They’re also a fun day out and you take home a beautiful hand made piece of silver jewellery.

  • What are Intensive Courses?

    Our intensive jewellery making courses are full term length courses condensed into a shorter timeframe. Usually run over a number of consecutive full days or spanning 2 weekends.

  • What are Group Booking classes?

    Group booking jewellery making classes are perfect for small parties and events. We offer taster classes for group bookings tailored to meet your group’s skill level or adapted for a particular design. Perfect if you all want to wear matching jewellery to a special occasion. Visit our Group Booking page for more information.

    You can filter classes that qualify for group booking by selecting from the course categories drop down list at the top of this page. Classes that are available for group booking options show a groups icon. 

  • Do you run classes for children?

    All students attending classes or workshops at Kingham Jewellery School must be 18 or over, unless otherwise stated in the course information.

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