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Add creative sparkle to your making with beautiful flush set jewellery! Embed precious glittering stones in copper, brass and silver - beginners welcome! All material costs included in course fee.
In this exciting new workshop you will learn to set glimmering round faceted gemstones into brass, copper and silver, creating unique wearable pieces to take home.
Flush setting is a specialised method of embedding gems into the surface of metal without the need for solder or joins. This process achieves seamless and professional stone studded results adaptable to a number of jewellery types and styles.
We’ll first practice setting cubic zirconia stones in sheet brass or copper, before moving onto setting stones in silver. We’ll progress to using lab-created sapphires, rubies and other high strength stones. After some practice, we'll gather our new skills to create elegant flush-set earrings or pendants!
The workshop is a great fit for the magpie in all of us, whether you’re a beginner or a returning jewellery student. It will challenge and develop your fine motor skills and eye for detail. Our magnifying headsets, patient tutor and plenty of time to practice, will help you along the way.
Best of all, you get to take home stunning and sparkling stone studded earrings or pendants to brighten your wardrobe!
Please wear closed-in footwear suitable for a workshop environment. bring a work apron if you have one or wear clothes you don’t mind getting a little grubby. Remember to bring your reading glasses if a have them.
Note: Courses need a minimum number to go ahead so if we don't have enough enrolments a few days before the start date, we have to cancel. We'll let you know by email so please check yours regularly. If you need to cancel your registration, here are our terms and conditions: "What You Need to Know".
Suitable for beginners or return jewellery students.
This class requires a level of fine motor skills and an eye for fine detail.