Silver clay ring making
10-5pm (with 1 hour for lunch, lunch is included)
£135 (includes 20g of silver clay worth £41.25 and a gemstone)
Where? Arienas Collective
Dublin Meuse, Edinburgh, EH3
This class is suitable for intermediate learners who have attended a silver clay taster class or one day beginners class.
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Reviews for this course
I thoroughly enjoyed the introduction to ring making. I booked it immediately after doing the shorter course! I found it to be a very relaxing day, in a fabulous venue. I wear my rings every day- and I still can’t quite believe I made them! I’d recommend the courses to everyone.
This is the third time I have gone to a silver clay course at The Arienas Collective with Anna Campbell. This time I went with my daughter. We had a lovely day in a relaxed friendly environment with an excellent and patient teacher. We were both very pleased with the rings we made and were surprised at the level we managed to achieve. I would strongly recommend both The Arienas Collective and Anna Campbell.
Thoroughly enjoyable day. Great tuition in lovely and relaxing surroundings.
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examples of rings made by students on this class
On this one day class you will learn how to make two different types of fine silver ring.
Using silver clay, a material made up of recycled silver particles, an organic binder and water I will take you through all the steps needed to create your own pieces ready for firing.
The projects you will make during this one-day workshop include making a flat band ring, and a D profile ring.
You will learn how to design your rings, calculate your size to take shrinkage into account, make your own bespoke pieces and embellish with textures and a gemstone.
Please note: The rings will be taken away for kiln firing at the end of the session and can be collected from The Arienas Collective at an agreed date, or will be posted to an address of your choice within one week of the class. It is recommended that rings are kiln fired rather than torch fired.
If you need reading glasses please bring them as this is very fine work at times