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Silver Pendant Workshop Hannah Weston

Join Hannah Weston who’s partnered with John Lewis and has had work featured in Tatler to use traditional and modern techniques to craft your own unique Silver Pendant.

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Silver Pendant Workshop Hannah Weston
Silver Pendant Workshop Hannah Weston

Time & Location

30 Apr 2023, 10:00 – 13:00

Sand Hutton, White Syke Farm, Sand Hutton, York YO41 1LN, UK

About the event

We are delighted to be collaborating for this silver workshop with Yorkshire artisan jeweller Hannah Weston. Hannah who’s work has been featured in Tatler, has partnered with John Lewis, uses modern and tradition techniques to craft unique silver jewellery - each one of her collections has an individual meaning.

Spend 3 hours learning the traditional, time honoured skills needed to create your very own sterling silver pendant

With 17 years teaching experience, Hannah will guide you through the process of designing and creating a beautiful piece of jewellery that you can take away with you that very same day.

During the workshop you will learn how to:

⬡ Cut, file, sand and polish your metal to create a beautiful piece of jewellery

⬡ Use a jewellers torch to anneal metal and solder your piece together

⬡ Use texturing hammers or metal stamps to create unique designs

You’ll leave the workshop with:

⬡ A piece of jewellery ready to wear

⬡ A complimentary cleaning cloth

Other important bits and pieces:

⬡ This workshop is suitable for beginners

⬡ All tools, materials and refreshments are provided

Workshops start at 10am and finish around 1pm.

Before the workshop

7 days before the workshop you will receive an email with specific detailed instructions explaining how to get to the venue - if you do not receive an email, please contact me (and do check your junk mail).

Refreshments

The refreshments at White Syke Fields workshops are provided by Apple Charlotte - wedding cake baker extraordinaire. If you have any dietary requirements please email me.

Jewellery making can be a messy business so it is recommended that you wear clothing you don’t mind getting dirty, you might want to bring an apron with you. Long hair should be tied back and closed toed shoes should be worn. If you usually wear reading glasses, it’s a good idea to bring those too. You might want to prepare for the workshop by looking at design ideas on Pinterest or Google.

£80 per person will all materials provided.

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