Rings n things workshop
Rings n things workshop
SAT 12TH OCT
10.30 AM - 2 PM
Come along and learn how to saw, solder, form and texture your own silver ring from scratch, before adding your own bespoke embellishment to it.
In this workshop, you will create a hammered texture ring using both traditional and contemporary jewellery techniques. After creating your ring you will get a chance to solder on a decorative finishing statement to your ring, using silver wire or sheet such as:
A wire shape, a textured disc, a solid ball/s, an initial etc
The perfect class for an individual or a group of friends to come and learn, socialise and most importantly, to make some jewellery to take home!
All materials, including silver will be included, and tools provided.
The workshop will run for approx. 3 hours.
East Nook Studio is a charming and inviting space with a friendly atmosphere and plenty of room to stretch out.
Tea and coffee is available, and there are bars and a cafe downstairs for those who wish to make an evening of it!
About the studio
The studio is a welcoming, friendly and charming space with wooden beam and cast iron pillars. The building is a former Malt barn from 1845, and is accessed from the main street via a cobbled path. Tea, coffee and biscuits are available at the studio, but there are many popular cafes, sandwich shops, restaurants and bars in the area.
How to find us
East Nook Studio can be found on South Street St Andrews in the West Port, behind Con Panna café in the Maltbarn. The studio is usually only open to the public for classes, so please get in touch via email if you would like to visit, and we can arrange a date.
Where to park
If you are coming in the evening, you can park for free on South Street. During the day, free parking can be found at Petheram bridge, (behind the bus station and all the way down to the University and Old Course hotel) and it is just a 2-5 minute walk to the studio from there.
How to get in contact
If you would like to book a class party or make an enquiry, pop an email over to email@example.com.
A list of current workshops are advertised on the website at www.eastnook.com, and can be found under the Classes & Workshops tab
Access to the Maltbarn is by a cobbled path on the main street leading to an open courtyard with double doors leading to the studios.
Unfortunately, we are situated on the first floor and do not have disabled access.