Create your own ring or pendant with Ange B Design in just two hours.
Have you ever wanted to try your hand at making your own jewellery? During this fun, relaxed two hour session you will be guided through the basics of hand carving a ring or pendant to your own design using jewellers wax.
Saturday 16 October
1.30 – 3.30pm
Fee: £115 includes all materials
Book your place by clicking on this link
Limited to five participants
If you are a beginner and want to try your hand at making your own jewellery this lost wax carving jewellery workshop is for you. In this fun, relaxed two hour session you learn the basics of hand carving a ring or pendant to your own design using jewellers wax.
You learn about the ancient technique of lost wax casting and how to create a ring or pendant using a range of simple tools. Your final wax master is sent to be cast in sterling silver and is hand finished by Ange. Three weeks later you receive your unique piece of jewellery.
This workshop is suitable for people aged 15 and older. The fee includes materials, tuition, casting of your ring in silver and return postage to you. Book your place now
“This was such an excellent course. Angela was super knowledgeable, helpful, very kind and really patient. I would take a course again with her in a heartbeat.Shae H
Despite me actually accidentally ruining my work, she helped me start again and make something I really like. ”
About the Tutor
Angela is a local jewellery designer and maker who makes bold contemporary jewellery from recycled and ethically sourced sterling silver, using traditional jewellery making techniques.
Initially, she made jewellery for her own pleasure – she still finds the process engrossing. When her ‘collection’ of handmade silver rings started to get out of control, she sold her work at local craft markets but it was essentially still a hobby. With the encouragement of friends and family, she created AngeBdesigns in 2016 and featured recently in The Guardian
Ange works as a physiotherapist and often references the day job in her jewellery design process. “I like people to feel that they are getting a handmade silver jewellery item that is unique to them.”
Her aim is to make ethical jewellery that is as sustainable as it is beautiful. Where possible she re-uses scrap sterling silver to create new work. In an age where we all want to be “a bit different”, and in an attempt to shun the mass-produced, she believes in quality over quantity – that is why her unique silver jewellery pieces are completely handmade, unusual and timeless.