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Wild Jewellery Workshop

This is a one day class.

Using found objects relevant to your environment and/or the time of year, this workshop will exploit these objects to make into bracelets, earrings, statement necklaces, cuffs and headdresses using techniques such as wirework, crocheting with wire, threading and linking.

Sea string cuff

Found woodland materials could include:

  • conkers
  • chestnuts
  •  acorn cups
  • seed cases
  • twigs

Found materials from an Urban environment may include:

  • found metal
  • nuts and bolts
  • broken reflectors
  • plastic bags
  • sweet papers

Or from a beach environment such as:

  • sea-glass
  • beach plastic
  • sea-string
  • driftwood
  • pebbles
  • shells

Twig jewellery

found object necklace


acorn jewellery

found object necklance

Sea glass

sea string necklace


Your tutor for this class will be Sarah Drew author of Wild Jewellery, a complete guide to making statement jewellery from found objects.




Things to consider before booking this jewellery making course

Bring with you any found objects you've collected. All other materials are included in the price of the class.


Got questions about this jewellery making course?

bullet logo The jewellery school is based near St Austell in Cornwall, UK and all jewellery making classes run in our well equipped, purpost built workshop.

Call the jewellery school on +44 (0)1726 817989

Email the jewellery school


To book this course...

Visit this page to find out the dates and price of the jewellery making course and book jewellery making classes online using our secure system. If the jewellery making course you're interested in is not on the schedule...

Call us on +44 (0)1726 817989 or email us to discuss your learning requirements


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