In a nutshell

Where is it?
The workshop will take place in the rural studio of Silver Stone Jewellery in Riccall, South of York.

Length of experience
The workshop will run from 10-2pm on selected dates throughout the year.

What you need to know
Please ensure that long hair is tied back and covered shoes are worn.

This course is suitable for adult beginners.

Tea coffee and biscuits will be provided, but you will need to bring your own lunch.

How much will it cost?
The cost of the workshop is £85 per person.

How to redeeem your voucher
Your e-voucher or gift box voucher will have a contact name and information about booking your experience. If you have any questions before booking please call 0800 772 0825.

The small print
Vouchers are valid for a year from date of purchase.

Silver Bangles Jewellery Workshop


A fantastic silver jewellery workshop where you will learn to make your very own simple silver bangle. This course is perfect for beginners.

This workshop uses sterling silver to create these stunning silver bangles. This design is ideal for those not used to working with silver and is a perfect introduction to silver jewellery making.

Learn how to size for your bangle, measure and saw your silver. Refine, file and polish and solder. The course includes sterling silver, and all tools and materials needed to produce these stunning silver bangles.

Tea coffee and biscuits will be provided, but you will need to bring your own lunch.

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Silver Bangles Jewellery Workshop

Helen Drye - Silver Stone JewelleryThe Silver Bangles Jewellery Workshop is run by Helen Drye, the designer and maker behind Silver and Stone Jewellery Design. Her work is inspired by Skipwith Common Nature Reserve near her Studio, near York. She creates a range of little pictures of the Common in silver, glimpses through the trees: mini works of art. Her work features the trees and the birds from the Common with the moon shining through the trees.

She is also passionate about teaching jewellery making, helping develop peoples’ creative skills and give some much needed time out from busy lives. She works in sterling silver and silver clay (a mouldable silver), and teaches a variety of silver jewellery making courses. People regularly make a weekend visit for her courses, combined with the wonderful city of York. She runs the North Yorkshire Accredited Training Centre for Precious Metal Clay as a certified senior tutor.

Check out Helen’s other jewellery making courses: Silver Fidget Ring Jewellery Workshop and Silver Bobbins, Buttons and Thimbles Workshop.