Beginner Level Jewellery Making Workshop

Create a ring in silver

This workshop will be taught over the course of a weekend teaching students how to cut silver sheet, anneal, shape and form the silver into a ring, then soldering, filing, and lastly polishing the end product.

All students will be required to adhere to safety and tie hair back, and wear closed shoes, and bring safety goggles with them and an apron is advisable to avoid ruining clothes.

This course books up quickly so be sure to book your spot asap , I prefer a smaller group to allow more one on one teaching and advising, so the maximum number for this workshop will be between 8 and 10.

Dates:   13th and 14th October 2018
Time: 10am until 3pm
Tutor: Alexandra Mostyn
Venue: The Incubator, Historic Village, 17th Avenue, Tauranga.
Cost: $220 per person (snacks and tea/coffee will be provided)

List of basic tool kit will be advertised accordingly on The Incubator page in the next few weeks.
People should contact the Incubator directly for booking on 07 571 323.
Please advise of any dietary requirements as snacks will be provided by Tutor.

Tutor: Alexandra Mostyn

Alexandra studied Jewellery design and silversmith work in London at Chelsea and Kensington College and later studied at the Guildhall University. She is passionate about making jewellery and using her favourite materials such as sterling silver and semi precious gemstones. Alexandra makes bespoke designs for her clients who range from all the over the world and her work is not mass produced therefore each piece is a one off.

The Incubator
Growing a culture of creativity

Open 10-2 Monday to Friday.

Tel: 07 571 3232