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Description

Spinner rings, also known as meditation rings, originate from the ancient Tibetan prayer wheel. The repetitive motion of playing with a spinner ring can help relax and calm the mind.

As fun to make as they are to wear! You be learning the silversmithing techniques to design and fabricate a sterling silver inner ring band and 2 outer spinning bands using silver or copper to go home wearing your own personalised spinner ring.


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What you need

Equipment: All tools, materials, and plenty cups of hot tea & coffee are included.

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Did you know?

The word jewellery comes from jewel, from the old French jouel, which in turn comes from the latin jocale, which means 'plaything'.


Find your way there


Manor Park, Chislehurst, United Kingdom


Ratings & Reviews

5 ( 2)

Make Your Own Spinner Rings

Great teacher, all the help and equipment needed, lovely venue, small classes and great sense of achievement with your finished product.

Mike
Been on 1 EmptyChair workshop(s)

Make Your Own Spinner Rings

This was the latest of several courses Iíve done at Creative Escape. The instructor is extremely knowledgeable, very friendly and helpful and your jewellery with her help always comes out looking amazing. Great value and a great way to spend a few hours. Would thoroughly recommend!

Alison
Been on 1 EmptyChair workshop(s)

The Host


Creative Escape is a fully equipped and dedicated jewellery workshop and studio, offering short courses in silver jewellery making. From the moment you walk into the studio you will be introduced to using the tools of the trade, learning new skills and techniques for the project at hand. The ethos of Creative Escape is all about providing a friendly, inspiring and creative space.

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