Author: Jonathan

New courses – new jewellery experiences

A few years after my mum passed away I made some crucifixes to celebrate her birthday and gave them to her sisters. They were well received and I’ve experimented with a few more designs. The cross always comes over as a bold, but simple design – instantly recognisable. But also a great making activity, combing…
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A blog post from Harriet Peck

The Silver Jewellery Boat Posted on December 17, 2018 by Peck One thing that Alec and I like about one another is our creativity. Being crafty people (in more ways that one!), we’ve decided to go on a creative journey together involving all manner of activities beginning with silver jewellery making… Through various local grapevines we’d heard about a…
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Thoughts from a previous student

An absolutely amazing course, made even more special by the magical setting of being on board a narrowboat in a beautiful place. This is perfect for beginners but I also feel that if I did it again it would be just as good as now I know the basic techniques I could work on a…
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Murmurations

The relatively mild winter meant only a few courses on board The Silver Jewellery Boat were disrupted by an iced over canal. It was a busy Christmas with lots of our one day courses taking place over the festive period, whilst many chose to purchase a voucher for a days jewellery making, as a gift.…
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Looking ahead on The Silver Jewellery Boat.

The word is getting about and this has been a very busy summer on board The Silver Jewellery Boat. A lot of new students have enjoyed a day learning and developing their skill to make their own silver jewellery. It’s all worked out rather well and the floating workshop has coped with the busy days…
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