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Silver Ring Making Workshop

Making jewellery is an exploratory art, often the metals can change shape during the process, and you can go in a new direction. With skilled assistance you will have fun creating your very own unique jewellery with tools including blowtorches, dremels, hammers and the anvil.

 Over the course of two hours Sarah will walk you through all of the techniques that you need to create your own sterling silver ring.  We will start by measuring your ring size, and then choosing the design that you would like to create. Techniques that we will use include hammering to provide texture, filing soldering and finishing your ring.

At the end of the class you will have a completed you ring to wear. 

All tools and materials required on the day will be provided it is recommended that you wear old clothes and covered shoes as he will be working with heavy tools.
No experience is required for this class. This class does not include stone setting. Stone setting will be provided later in the year at an advanced class.


What's provided:

  • Refreshments
  • Equipment
  • Safety equipment, tools

What to bring:

  • Old clothing
  • Enthusiasm
  • Covered toe shoes
  • Hair tie if you have longer hair

The class is a maximum of 8 people which allows for a lot of time with the instructor and sharing with other participants. It is a fun and intimate environment.


STUDIO ADDRESS: 776 Pakenham Road, Pakenham Upper, 3810

GROUP BOOKINGS: For bookings of four or more people on the one booking, please use the promo code GROUP10 for a 10% Group Discount.


Your space in a class is reserved only once full payment has been received.

Our workshop registrations are non-refundable, but if you are aware that you will be unable to attend, you may pass your ticket to someone else you wish to come in your place.

In the event you forget to come or you are unable to attend a workshop, the registration is non transferable after the event.

Please see our full Terms and Conditions here.



Meet Sarah!

Sarah is a jeweller working with Sterling Silver, Copper, Brass and Abalone shell and has taught herself to drill, solder and smelt pewter.

Sarah did not consider herself a creative person until people repeatedly told her she was, and after a year or so she started to believe them. Looking back she acknowledges that she was always creating in some form, and never taking a traditional path. During her degree she was often found under bushes and in long grass looking for mounds and earthworks before recreating historic buildings using maps and aerial photography.

She now has a successful jewellery business: Sarah Munnings Jewellery, a registered patent for memorial lockets designed and made in Melbourne, regular market dates, has sold at Collective stores across Melbourne and loves running joint workshops with her friend and colleague Robyn.