Spend an afternoon or evening getting creative and jewellery making. Craft your very own sterling silver ring, whether as a gift for somebody or a treat for yourself. Hosted by close friends and award winning jewellers Ros Millar & Milena Kovanovic (Crucible London). They will guide you through the process of making a ring using traditional goldsmithing techniques such as annealing, forging, soldering, and filing to name but a few. Over the course of the evening you will be given the opportunity to practice your newfound skills, before making your final silver ring.
Come and enjoy this 2 1/2 hour workshop with a glass of bubbly and sweet treats to toast the class in style.
With a maximum of eight people in any one session, you can rest assured that there’ll be plenty of opportunity for one-on-one interaction with the jewellers. The workshop will take place in a hidden, heated and covered garden, housed at the back of jewellery store ‘Kas & Ros’. This experience is wheelchair friendly!
What you need
Wednesday 18 September at 19:00 to 21:30
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This is an Anytime experience, meaning the host can run the experience to fit your schedule!
You may cancel this booking up to 5 days and 0 hours in advance.
Did you know?
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Find your way there
Kas & Ros, 61 Tower Bridge Road
- The Ringsmiths, Ros Millar & Milena Kovanovic are two close friends and award winning jewellery designers & makers. Ros launched her luxury fashion jewellery brand 'Ros Millar' in 2010. Using traditional techniques in a modern way to create her Gothic luxe aesthetic. Ros recently opened her first bricks & mortar store in London 'Kas & Ros' in November 2018. Milena, founder of jewellery brand 'Crucible London' has been making fine jewellery for 13 years since graduating from Central Saint Martins and is a qualified gemmologist. Her passion for gemstones often takes her travelling around the world to source stones and find inspiration for her label Crucible London.