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Ethan at work

14 year old Ethan

Ethan wanted very much to learn about making precious jewellery so his mother brought him to the Workshop for a one day taster session in which he very successfully made a hammered silver ring. Ethan has natural ability at working...

Ice and icicles inspiration

Ice and Icicles inspire student Beverley who came to the Workshop in January to begin the practical work of creating her neck ornament in silver. 40 years ago Beverley was an art student but had to give up her education...

Edna’s amazing flower

Edna has been a regular student at the Workshop for a year and has been learning many techniques whilst working on a major project – a large flower pendant 8cm in diameter made in fine silver with 18ct yellow gold....

Silver casting from wax model

Rhona’s wax carving was cast in silver and now looks like this. With the casting process an exact replica of the wax model is created in metal. This is an ancient technique used by the Egyptions and other ancient civilisations.

Feather Earrings

    Elaine Stewart came for a day in December 2017 to learn the basics of jewellery making and created these amazing feather earrings! Elaine is in the gun trade and designs exceptionally beautiful customised  engraving and gold inlay for...

Carol’s ‘Pod’ pendant

Carol is an adept designer who previously worked in the costume department at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon . Carol pursues her very original design ideas in regular one-to-one sessions in Lucy’s Workshop. Here is her  ‘Pod’ pendant design...

Three sisters in the Workshop

Frances, Heather and Holly came to the Workshop in September to each make a piece of precious jewellery. They were all complete beginners. Frances made a silver ring: Heather made a silver pendant using a bronze age hare motif and Holly...

Lucy’s First Blog Post

Lots of activity in the Workshop during July with students who were complete beginners. They experimented with copper which is a lovely pure  metal and can be used in many ways including enamelling.

Carmen’s copper oak leaf pendant

  Copper is a beautiful metal to work with and is provided free to students….. Here is an example of creative use of punched textures by student Carmen Hughes. Carmen was a complete beginner. She came to Lucy’s Workshop for...

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