Metal clay silver beginners classes


One day silver clay classes for beginners

NEW -  One day Beginners in Silver Clay Saturday class - £135. This includes 16g silver clay, use of all facilities/tools and tea/coffee/snacks 

See SHOP pages for payment.

(Bring your own lunch)   Kitchen and toilet facilities on site

Limited places -  from Saturday 11th April 2020 10:00am - 4:30pm

Payment can be made online via PayPal.  If you wish to pay by cheque or in cash please use our contact form for payment acceptance procedures. 


Starting 11th April 2020  New Beginners in Silver Clay classes

Sat 11th April 2020   Booking closes on 19th March 2020  

Sat 18th April 2020   Booking closes on 25th March 2020  

Sat 25th April 2020   Booking closes on 2nd April 2020     

Saturday Beginners one day class  Book Now!  Max 4 students per class

Age 18+  

Sorry we do not have Disabled/Wheelchair facilities inside this studio  

In our beginners class, silver metal clay, you will learn the techniques required to make finished textured jewellery to wear home.  Your own unique work!  Certificate of Attendance - Beginners in Silver Clay.  This will enable a student to progress to classes with other providers e.g. Ring Making Silver Clay and more advanced classes that all require the student to have completed the basic Beginners in Silver Clay class.

Beginners class teaches you the techniques you need to use Silver clay brand PMC3.   Other brands will be quite similar.

Silver Clay Classes for beginners - or just for a fun day out. Small classes, max 4 students 


The ART HOUSE, Studio GG15, Grafton Road, Croydon, Surrey. CR0 3RP

Bus route nearest 264 Other routes to London Road 60, 109, 250

Free parking in nearby roads - Please arrive early to seek out parking space.

Close to M25 and M23

GATWICK airport 15 miles. 

Trains to East Croydon / West Croydon

Please use the Contact form to request Terms & Conditions, details and class availability

Learn Silver clay techniques:

  10:00am - 4:30pm

Understand the tools and equipment required

Rolling the clay to a level consistency or freeformAdding texturesCut out shapes and designsMaking holes 

Adding Cubic Zirconia stonesMaking BailsMaking silicone moulds - demoPolishing for a mirror shineDrying, Sanding and polishingTorch firing  

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