Try your hand at silversmithing!
Thursday 3 June
10am - 1pm
Learn how to make a silver ring from scratch, and gain a basic understanding of silversmithing tools and processes.
These processes including cutting, texturing, forming and soldering. Don’t worry if this sounds daunting, our tutor Suzanne will demonstrate every step and ensure you are comfortable before working through it on your own ring and we guarantee you will be able to manage all steps by the end of the session. However, if there are any steps you would prefer not to do, just let Suzanne know and she can do them for you.
The session lasts 3 hours, with a 30 minute break while your ring is polished ready for you to take home.
You will receive a little ‘goody’ bag, which has information on how to care for your silver, a ring box, and a silver polishing cloth which is impregnated with an anti-tarnish agent, helping to keep your silver shiny for longer.
Spaces are limited to ensure social distancing.
Tutor: Suzanne Seed
Make your own Silver Ring
Please be sure to take note of the date and time of the class that you have booked. The Anteros Arts Foundation cannot be responsible for classes that are missed by accident.
To help us to provide an exceptional service and to keep students and staff safe while on site, please also complete and return a booking form. This can be downloaded from our classes page or can be requested by emailing email@example.com.
Return your booking form via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by post or drop into reception at Anterous Foundation, 11-15 Fye Bridge Street, Norwich NR3 1LJ.
On the day:
There will be a 30 minute break at the end of the session while the rings are polished. You can use this time to enjoy the a coffee in the cafe, or a look around the shop before returning to collect your finished ring.
Please bring a notebook and pen if you wish, or your phone take photos if you prefer. Shoes must not be toeless, they must cover the entire foot. If you have long hair please tie it back.
Please note, if we do not have sufficient attendees we may have to postpone or cancel the workshop.