Sterling silver bangle workshop
31A Station Street, Bowral, NSW, 2576, Australia
27th April 2019
Bangles have been worn as part of human culture for tens of thousands of years. The earliest instance of a bangle was discovered in Siberia and is believed to be an incredible 40,000 years old. While ancient bangles were usually made of terracotta, stone, copper, glass and other materials, in this workshop you will learn how to make your own bangles in sterling silver. During this step-by-step workshop, they’ll walk you through the process of making round or oval hammered bangles and a forged cuff that will rest perfectly on your wrist. They'll cover off some of the most fundamental techniques used in silver smithing with an emphasis on measuring, forming, texturing, and finishing to a professional standard. This workshop is a perfect introduction to silver jewellery making, you don't need any previous experience to attend, and you will leave with a wealth of knowledge at the end of the day!