Silver jewellery making using traditional skills

Joy Powell
Using sterling silver (& gold), I teach jewellery making skills and techniques. These include designing, piercing, sawing, filing, polishing, etching, soldering, chain making and texturing (eg hammering, reticulation) to produce bracelets, pendants, earrings, pictures, rings and other jewellery.

 Workshops available during the day/evenings by arrangement. Individual or groups (max 5). I am happy to teach children from 10 years and young people, within their school settings. I have a new, purpose-built teaching studio for older students. I can now offer residential courses with lovely accommodation in a stunning location. Dates are now available for these. Please contact me for further information. 

Skills Taught
Creative services offered
Workshops: community

Workshops: private
Tuition: one-to-one
Tuition: courses

Talks & demonstrations
Where offered
Home / Studio By Commission on client site Flexible - will travel
Age Groups
5-11 12-16 16-18 Adults Families
Work with special needs
People with learning difficulties
Work in education
Primary Secondary Further Art College
Qualifications & experience
Cert.Ed, Cert.SEN, PGCE. A teacher for 37 years, I have been teaching silver jewellery making for a number of years, in schools and privately.

Joy is an outstanding, skilful, patient, inspiring teacher who provides a unique, fulfilling, confidence building activity. (Charlotte Peace)
 Silversmithing gave me a unique chance to learn a new skill with a fantastic end product. It has helped me in High School with product design. (Lewis Timmins, aged 15)

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Contact Details

Cilcaine Flat
Llanbister Road
Llandrindod Wells