Make a Sterling Silver Ring or Pendant using Foraged Materials
with Regina Middleton
Date: Sunday 3rd September 2017
Time: 10am - 1pm
Address: Guild of Objects, 690 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne 3051
Found and foraged materials are central to Torquay-based artist Regina Middleton's practice, who looks for beauty in the abandoned.
In this jewellery-making workshop you are invited to bring along your own found and foraged material. Learn how to take an impression of these items in wax to create a mould. Your pieces may be significant mementos of a time or place, or things you have come across by chance. Alternatively you are welcome to use pieces that Regina has collected.
You will make three pieces - either three rings or two rings and a pendant that will be attached to a sterling silver chain. Finished sterling silver rings and pendants will be available for collection 2 weeks after the class.
Only 10 places available for this class.
What to bring:
Found and foraged materials - these can be mementos of a significant time or place or items you have come across by chance.
(Or you may use pieces that Regina has collected)
This is a class for adults, participants must be 18 and over.
Interested in a private class, or a group class for a special occasion? We have held workshops for team building, birthdays, hens alternatives, Xmas parties and even baby shower events! Contact us for details.
Refunds & Cancellations
Please choose carefully. Due to our limited class sizes once you've booked and paid we can only issue a refund if the workshop is cancelled. If you are unable to attend you may send a friend in your place or, provided we can fill your place, we can issue you a credit note to use in-store or on future workshops (valid for 12 months).
We need a minimum of 5 people to attend our workshops. If less than 5 people sign up for a class you will be notified of the class cancellation and your payment will be refunded in full.