Have you ever wanted to make your own jewellery? 

I love sharing my knowledge and skills and will take you through each stage of the process, from designing to finishing your pieces.  All tools and materials are provided.  During your workshop you will learn all you need to know to create beautiful jewellery in a relaxed, fun environment.

Which type of workshop would be right for you? 

Choose from Bespoke Workshops, where you bring your own designs and ideas;   Project: Workshops, a quick introduction to Jewellery Making;   Skills Workshops, for absolute beginners to those wanting to improve, and who could resist, Wedding Workshops, where you can make not only your own wedding rings but gifts for wedding attendants too.

Find out more in the drop down menu or click on the links below.

Project Workshops

Why not try one of these ready made workshops?

“Had a brilliant full day in the workshop with Min

Fran - Somerset

Professional, informative and fun! Get me back in the workshop please!!”

Sadie - Dorset

Really happy with my creations and have had so many compliments on my pendant which I proudly say I designed and made myself!!!”

Mimma - Herts

Loved every minute of a very new experience

Maureen - Dorset

My next workshop is already booked and I’m really looking forward to it!”

Fiona - Dorset

A Bit About Min

My life as a jeweller.... I've worked in the jewellery trade since I was 15, as a Saturday girl to begin with, then full time.  I loved selecting new ranges, designing quirky engagement rings and commissions, and carrying out small repairs.  I really was, and still am, rather obsessed with jewellery!

A move to Sussex in my early 20's gave me the chance at last to get into a workshop and I began a 6 year apprenticeship with successful silversmiths, Pruden & Smith, in Ditchling.  This sparked a flurry of creativity and my first designs sold so well in the workshop gallery it prompted me to make more and more and begin showing my work at local fairs and exhibitions.

After 6 fabulous years in Ditchling, I had enough private customers (and stock!), to set off on my own, and more magic happened.

I exhibited locally at first then ventured out as far away as Aberdeenshire.  Galleries stocked my work and I had a continuous stream of commissions to keep me busy.

My children came along in 2006 and 2008 so jewellery took a back seat, though my fingers and hands ached terribly if I didn't get to my workbench every now and then!

In 2009 we moved home to the Dorset countryside and I haven't looked back. We're settled in our forever home, my workshop is as messy as ever and I'm making lovely, unusual commissions for my customers. To top it all I'm having an amazing time at big fairs across the country selling my work and meeting lots of wonderful people. Life simply couldn't get any better!