Make Your Own Wedding Bands Workshop:

Expressions of interest

What does the workshop include?

  • A jewellery design consultation to choose your perfect wedding bands
  • All materials (gold/gemstones) required to make your desired wedding bands. Gemstone setting and engraving is additional and will be done by our qualified setter and engravers.
  • Full day workshop and tuition in a small group setting ensuring you get attentive care and instructions when using the tools of the trade
  • Light Refreshments, Lunch and Beverages (please advise Olivia of any dietary requirements)
  • Photos taken during the day to commemorate your day on the bench
  • And of course a special experience that you have shared together with your partner

2020 MYO Wedding Band Workshop Dates

  • February 22, 2020
  • March 21, 2020
  • April 18, 2020
  • May 23, 2020
  • June 20, 2020
  • July 18, 2020

Who are the MYO Wedding Band teachers?

Brian

BRIAN

Workshop Teacher

Brian has been working in the jewellery industry for over 30 years and has been a part of the Artisans Bespoke Jewellers team since 2017. After he completed his Jewellery Apprenticeship, he has worked as a Trade Jeweller and has taught jewellery making at the Southbank TAFE.

Brian is qualified in;
• Diploma in Workplace Training and Assessment
• Diploma in Gemmology with an FGAA
• Diploma in Diamond Technology
• Diploma in Diamond Grading

His tips for anyone interested in pursuing a career in jewellery making or trying it for the first time are to be patient, listen to others and to share ideas and collaborate within your network to find a solution to any challenge.

TRENT

Workshop Teacher

Trent has played an important role at Artisans Bespoke Jewellers and has worked alongside Tammy as a Trade Jeweller for over 12 years.

Trent enjoys teaching jewellery-making and when asked why he said, “I enjoy sharing my knowledge and passion for my trade. It’s so rare to find a small business that still purely hand makes jewellery in a world that is starting to become more reliant on CAD (computer-aided design) and cast manufacturing processes."

His tips for anyone interested in pursuing a career in jewellery making or trying it for the first time are to continually practice your craft and to have patience during this process.

Your choice of 9 or 18 carat Gold

Suggested wedding band profiles you can make

Flat Profile

Knife Edge Profile

Home Dome Profile

Comfort/Half Round Profile

Your choice of finishes

Interested? Express your interest by filling out the form below



Questions? Please contact Olivia at Artisans via Email or call (07) 3369 3798.