Jewellery making workshop with Melissa Hunt

photography : Kate Gibb

Ludlow Mascall Centre 

New dates coming soon...

This one-day taster workshop, held in the Ludlow Mascall Centre and run by contemporary jeweller Melissa Hunt, will explore a range of techniques suitable for applying textures and finishes to metal.

Participants will have the opportunity to develop a suite of surface pattern samples in copper before creating a beautifully finished silver ring to their own design and size.

All tools and materials are included in the workshop price, maximum seven people in the group.  

Book a place HERE

 

 

Stonesetting for Contemporary Jewellery Makers:

Techniques, Inspiration and Professional Advice for

Stunning Results

By Melissa Hunt

Published in the UK by Search Press

 

This new book by Melissa Hunt is a collection of techniques for combining gems with metal. It offers information about choosing stones according to their properties then designing, making and marketing stone-set pieces.

Based at Great Western Studios in West London, Melissa has been making jewellery for twenty five years. She has drawn on her experiences to create this book, presenting traditional techniques alongside contemporary stonesetting ideas.

Stonesetting for Contemporary Jewellery Makers has tutorials appropriate for all skill levels: its aim is to offer tips for the beginner and demystify some of the more complicated techniques for the advanced maker.

Commissioned by Rotovision and distributed by Search Press. 

Buy a copy from HERE

 

 

                     

 

Pieces for the 20/20 Gallery, Much Wenlock, Shropshire created from Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters, silver, drusy, lava beads and a rose cut white topaz...