Jewellery Making Class: Silver Earrings or Pendant

Design and make your own earrings or pendant in the Adelaide Hills

5 hours Class size 3 to 4

label $240 (or 4 payments of $60 Afterpay)

Looking for unique activities in the Adelaide Hills? In this one-day introductory class, you will learn a range of jewellery making techniques and use specialised tools to make a pair of earrings or a pendant!

Guided by the talented Regine, you will be taken through the steps of designing and then making your own special piece using techniques such as saw-piercing, annealing, hammering, forming, texturing, filing, sanding, oxidising and polishing.

Classes are limited to five people to ensure that everyone gets assistance and tailored one-on-one time.

You will make at least one pair of earrings with handmade hooks or a pendant with a suspension system. All tools, materials and consumables are supplied and include silver, copper, brass and aluminium.

Knowledge required
This introductory class is designed for beginners with no previous experience.
What you'll get
  • All tools, materials and consumables are included.
  • Sterling silver to make your earrings or pendant.
  • Aluminium for experimenting techniques such as texturing methods is provided.
  • Tea, coffee and biscuits.
  • You will leave with at least one completed pair of earrings or a pendant. You have multiple samples of textured metal which can be transformed into earrings and pendants as well.
What to bring
Please wear enclosed shoes and tie your hair back if you have long hair. If you need to use reading glasses bring those along also.

Bridgewater, SA

Exact location is masked for privacy. You'll automatically get the specific address after booking.

Jewellery Making Class: Silver Earrings or Pendant location
Your teacher

Born in Germany, Regine Schwarzer grew up in Bavaria, training in jewellery-making and metalwork at the Zeichenakademie Hanau, one of the oldest training institutions in Europe. Her move to Australia in 1993 profoundly influenced her work as she discovered a passion for rocks and minerals which occur in abundance here. Inspired by the colours and structures of these minerals, she learned how to shape them and uses them often in her work.

Her work is a continual exploration of the possibilities offered by engaging with minerals and rocks in cut and uncut form. She also interprets the crystalline structure of these earthy materials through various metal constructions. By designing and constructing both jewellery and objects that reference and use gems and minerals she investigates the term precious as it is often attributed to certain materials.

Regine holds a Masters Degree in Visual Arts and Design. She exhibits widely nationally and internationally; her work is included in many private and public collections and has been published numerous times in books and magazines. Throughout her career, Regine has lectured at the College of the Arts and presented workshops in Adelaide and Interstate. She also mentors emerging jewellers, sharing her knowledge, skills and professional experience. Currently, she is living in the Adelaide Hills working from a custom-built studio located in her magical garden.

2024-05-03 15:00:00
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