In this workshop, Hannah will teach you how to sculpt a one of a kind ring using jewellers wax and simple tools. You will explore the different wax work techniques that Hannah uses throughout her practice to create unique textures and designs. Hannah will talk through the jewellery making processes of lost wax casting and casting gemstones in place.

You will make one ring to be cast in up to 10 grams of sterling silver. After the workshop Hannah will cast your ring, desprue and polish it to a finish.Your ring will be ready approximately 10 working days after your workshop. You will be able to add a small lab grown gemstone to your piece should you wish.

The Artist: Hannah Davis-Gray is a Tāmaki Makaurau based artist who has been making jewellery for 6 years under the name Dangerous Goods Jewellery. As a self-taught jeweller, Hannah's pieces embody experimentation and excitement. She is inspired by found objects, collecting practices, sculpture, nature, humour and popular jewellery symbols. She endeavours to create each piece as sustainably and ethically as possible using recycled metals and second hand or lab grown gems.

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Limited to 8 people. Includes all materials, equipment, casting in sterling silver (up to 10grams), and metal finishing.

Ring making workshop
Ring making workshop
Ring making workshop

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Last updated: 01 March 2023