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Porcelain Jewelry Making Workshop

Learn how to make beautiful porcelain pieces from the finest material in ceramics. Make your own designs bold, fine & unique.
£70 pp
2hrs 30min
What happens in this class?

Come along and try your hand-skills and creativity in this 2.5 hr session jewellery making class!

Your teacher, Erika, is a professionally trained porcelain painter, ceramics designer-maker, working with Bone china and porcelain. Her range includes jewellery, fine tableware, objects, hand decorated with botanical paintings.

Erika will teach you how to hand craft delicate jewellery pieces from simple to more elaborate shapes, and guide you through different methods of surface decorations and glazes. You will discover the beauty of this tactile material, and the fun techniques to create original pieces. Pendants, earrings, brooches, cufflinks.

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Things to remember

Your bring along your ideas, designs if you have it on your mind and we work around it, otherwise samples of many possibilities provided. As we work with a soft ceramic materials and it's really tactile, I advise to have short fingernails for the class, so it doesn't…

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Booking Options
Private BookingFor groups of 3 to 5 guests

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Age Requirement

All students under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Flexible cancellation policy

Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.
Your Teacher

Erika is a professionally trained porcelain painter. After her qualification course and China painter Diploma, she completed 5 years experience in Herend Porcelain Manufacture, hand painting fine porcelain tableware.

After moving to the UK, she spent 8 years as a studio assistant working with leading ceramic artists, Kate Malone (judge of Pottery Throwdown on BBC) Sue Binns and Valeria Nascimento.

Erika was commissioned by Hampton Court Palace to hand paint the recreation of King George I. chocolate cups, originally made by Meissen Porcelain Manufacture. As part of the recently discovered Chocolate Kitchen, the pieces are on permanent display in the…

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