An Introduction to Silversmithing: Silver Spoons

22 TUTOR: Loucinda Nims

During this course you will be guided through how to make your very own silver spoon. You will be shown a range of techniques such as basic forging, riveting, soldering, shaping and forming, before taking the time to design your very own silver spoon. You will then be guided through the making process leaving with a handmade object for you or a loved one. This course is suitable for both beginners and those with some experience.

1 PM
PM course

Course Notes

Please bring a notebook and pen. Do not wear your best clothing, you may want to bring an apron. For health and safety- If you have long hair please make sure it is tied back and do not wear open toed shoes.

Course Tutor

Loucinda Nims

About Loucinda

Loucinda is a designer and silversmith, based in the West Berkshire countryside. Using traditional techniques she creates contemporary silverware and jewellery, which is both simple in shape and sensitive in design. Loucinda has won numerous awards for her designs. She has worked to commission for various clients and exhibited in many well known exhibitions and galleries. Teaching and passing on skills to others is also a huge passion of hers, she has taught at a range of places such as Oxford college and South Hill Park and is excited about joining the events at Marlborough Summer School.

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All courses run for 5 days

WK 1 8 Jul - 12 Jul

WK 2 15 Jul - 19 Jul

WK 3 22 Jul - 26 Jul

WK 4 29 Jul - 2 Aug

Morning Courses

9.15AM to 12.15PM

Afternoon Courses

1.45PM to 4.30PM

All Day Courses

9.15AM to 4.30PM