What's your Jewellery Style?

Jewellery, it's meaning and making your own...

jewellery - noun - personal ornaments, such as necklaces, rings, or bracelets, that are typically made from or contain jewels and precious metal. 

Jewellery - it's decorative, can be creative but often is hugely personal. What we choose to adorn ourselves normally represents us, our style and sometimes even our characteristics.  

There is a massive range of jewellery available to us with endless options for different accessories, however nothing is more unique then making jewellery yourself. We've split it down, featuring a list of workshops below where you can do just that and make something which is completely individual to you.

For the fun-loving, quirky creative...

Bright acrylic jewellery in pop colours with bold hand stitched elements. It's completely unique but oozes fun and creativity! Mix and match your colours and add beads or other elements to create something truly personal and completely original. 

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For the nostalgic...

For those who own lots of beautiful, sentimental pieces but they no longer suit their style. they can be re-purposed and remade into newer and more wearable pieces. You can take elements from all of your favourite pieces and combine them with professional finishing techniques to create one incredibly meaningful piece.

Learn More Here.


For the artist...

Wire wrap jewellery has endless creative options. From encasing stones to using the wire to curve and twist creating unique decorative pieces. From delicate, dainty pieces to intricate woven treasures, these pieces are works of art in themselves. With newly announced dates for our wire wrap ring class, we have even more styles of Wire Wrap jewellery coming soon. All taught by the wonderful Seraph Jewellery.

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Have you been to one of our jewellery making workshops? What did you think? What sort of jewellery would you like to make? Let us know in the comments!

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