We’re sorry, this experience is not able to go ahead right now.
Due to the current lockdown measures, this experience is unable to take place between Thursday 4 November and Tuesday 2 December.
Every booking - regardless of when this takes place, will play a part in helping our local businesses to survive this challenging time and help them bounce back when we are able to visit them in person again.
Book something to look forward to or gift to someone special for when lockdown is over, or to celebrate a brand new year!
Create your own silver ring using a variety of carving tools and techniques, finishing with a completely bespoke piece of jewellery.
Sarah will have a range of visual aids ready including a variety of rings and images to help you choose your ring style and finish. You'll then carve your ring from jeweller's wax, learning the ancient ‘lost wax’ technique. Once you’ve sculpted your ring in wax, it will be cast in silver and polished ready for you to collect two weeks later.
There are no upcoming dates for this experience.
Existing dates have all sold out, but you can book now and schedule later when new dates are released.
You’ll be provided with a freshly washed apron and face mask if needed, and all workplaces will be sanitised before the experience. Your experience will be run in smaller groups than usual to allow space for social distancing.
No previous experience is needed and all beginners are welcome. Any 15-17 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
Flux is an independent gallery in Bristol dedicated to good quality craft. It stocks unique jewellery and hand crafted art all made by independent makers, many located in the west country. The gallery was opened by Sarah, a maker herself, in 2016 and stocks an array of jewellery, ceramics, screenprints, abstract paintings. Sarah has been teaching people to make their own jewellery for the last ten years.View more experiences by Flux
Sarah is the owner of Flux and your host. She started creating art herself 20 years ago, doing a fine art degree and then a clay and metal work degree. Sarah is passionate about jewellery making and has been teaching people the many techniques needed to create their own bespoke pieces since 2010.
Ask your question directly to Flux.