Make Your Wedding Rings – Class for Couples – soldout next class 14 Oct
The Make Your Wedding Rings - Class For Couples is an immersive workshop that provides participants with the opportunity to create their own custom wedding rings*. Whether you are getting married or simply interested in learning the art of jewellery making, this class offers a unique experience to craft a symbol of love and commitment with your own hands, together as a couple. This class is designed for a maximum of 3 couples/ 6 participants, ensuring personalized attention and guidance throughout the process. Over the course of 3 hours, you will learn the essential techniques and skills required to design, shape, solder, and finish your wedding ring with the guidance of jewellery tutor, Fabio Oliveira. The class begins with an introduction to wedding ring making, covering safety guidelines and proper tool usage. From a D shape metal wire the ring will be measured and made, after texturing or/and finishing techniques will be learned and applied. The most exciting part of the class is shaping and soldering the ring. With the guidance of the instructor, you will form the ring shape, align the ends, and solder the joint using a soldering torch. After quenching and cleaning, you will move on to the finishing process. This involves filing, sanding, and polishing the ring to achieve a flawless, professional look. By the end of the class, you will have completed your very own set of wedding rings, ready to be worn and cherished for a lifetime. Not only will you have a tangible symbol of your love, but you will also have gained valuable knowledge and skills in the art of jewellery making. The dimensions of each ring are up to a maximum of 5mm in sterling silver*. *Alternative sizes and working in gold are options. Upon course registration, we will send you a form where you are invited to list your preferences. 1 TICKET / 1 BOOKING = 2 PEOPLE. Please purchase 1 ticket per couple.
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