2 Day Wax Carving Jewellery Workshop

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Do you think you would be a great jeweller in the making? Learn to design and make your own jewellery in my 2 Day Wax Carving Jewellery Workshop. Spend 2 days enjoying:

  • Design time & discussion of possible techniques, This workshop will not include the use of any stones or stone mounting.
  • Carving your piece/s with a chance to practice other techniques also
  • Filing, buffing, soldering, polishing and oxidising as needed
  • Completing your piece of jewellery using all or some of the techniques above based on your design

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2 Day Wax Carving Jewellery Workshop with Aimee Winstone at Winterbourne Medieval Barn

Come to Aimee Winstone Jewellery for a relaxed creative 2 days of jewellery making. In the two sessions, you’ll learn how to carve a block of wax into your chosen design and create a piece of silver jewellery in the company of lovely creatives, amateur makers and keens crafters just like you.

The 2 Day Wax Carving Workshop is suitable for crafters of all abilities, from absolute beginners to those with some knowledge of silversmithing, everyone will leave with a piece you’ll be proud to wear. If you have any questions or want to make sure this is the creative session for you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by sending an email or DM.
This workshop will not include the use of any stones or stone mounting.

This workshop will run between 10-4 with an hour lunch.

The price of this workshop includes the use of all tools and wax. Silver will be charged at £3 a gram so that you can create your own stunning one-of-a-kind ring, pendant or earrings. As a guide, a very heavy silver ring could weigh 18 grams. Your wax will be weighed and a cost will be calculated at the end of the first session.

You’ll take home your original creation, plus worksheets allowing you to continue your new hobby in the comfort of your own home with knowledge of how to create more pieces with a basic toolkit.

2 Day Wax Carving Workshop is a relaxed and informal session where we’ll cover:

On the first session
A short introduction and demonstration of possible techniques
Design time with a discussion of possible techniques to use
Carving your piece/s with a chance to practice other techniques also
Learn how to calculate the weight and cost of your silver castings. As a guide, a very heavy silver ring could weigh 18 grams. Your wax will be weighed and a cost will be calculated at the end of the first session.
1-hour lunch break in the rural setting of Hillside Studios
Plenty of time for Q&A

On the second session
A short explanation of the casting process
Demonstrations of filing, buffing, soldering, polishing and oxidising as needed
Discussing your piece and the processes you will need to complete and in what order
Completing your piece of jewellery using all or some of the techniques above based on your design
1-hour lunch
Plenty of time to Q&A
Take away your own finished piece of unique handmade jewellery, made by you

Unfortunately, this workshop does not include the lost wax casting process.


You can enjoy a small selection of teas, coffee and cold drinks during the workshop. I will also have biscuits or snacks to treat ourselves with.

If you have any dietary requirements, please get in touch before booking to make sure these can be accommodated.

Please bring your own lunch with you. There is a basic kitchen area with use of a microwave.

About the host
Aimee Winstone is a jeweller based in Bristol. Outside of running expert jewellery making workshops, you’ll find Aimee in her studio creating original designs running her successful business making commission based fine jewellery in silver gold and platinum.

You can find Aimee on social media via @aimeewinstonejewellery or check out the original creations via Aimee’s Gallery www.aimeewinstone.com.

About Winterbourne Medieval Barn
Winterbourne Medieval Barn is a lovely rural site located minutes from M4 junctions M32, Bristol. This creative venue supports 4 craftspeople.

Winterbourne Medieval Barn is a mostly a step free venue with disabled toilets, there are some uneven surfaces and more access information can be found on their website.

Car: Winterbourne Medieval Barn is located close to the M4/M32 junctions as well as the Bristol Ring Road. There is plenty of free parking on site. When using a sat nav enter the postcode BS36 1SE.
Cycling: There is a bank of cycle racks in the car park if you wish to cycle.

The Y3 or Y4 running between Bristol and Yate stop at the George & the Dragon and Winterbourne Post Office respectively. Both routes stop at the Co-Op in the opposite direction. The Barn is then a 13 minute walk down either down Beacon or Church Lane.
Y6 running between Southmead and Chipping Sodbury stops at Bradley Bridge which is a 7 minute walk along Church Lane to the Barn.

If you have any questions about the workshop or venue, you can contact Aimee can jewellery@aimeewinstone.com.

Cancellations & Refunds
We reserve the right to cancel or postpone this workshop. In cases of unforeseeable circumstances like extreme weather, we will give as much notice as possible. If the event is cancelled or postponed due to low ticket sales, we will give a minimum of 2 days notice.

In either case, anyone who was purchased will be offered a full refund and/or a ticket to a future event.

Refunds can only be offered with a minimum of 14 days notice.

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3 reviews for 2 Day Wax Carving Jewellery Workshop

  1. Jane Frazer (verified owner)

    Another Fantastic ‘Wax Carving’ course with Aimee! I’ve been on two now and have learnt such a lot. She is a very good teacher and explains the processes thoroughly. I am very pleased with the pendant and ring I made. The suppliers, casters & tools list was a great help and I look forward to carving more things in the future. The studio is in a wonderful setting. Thank you Aimee!

  2. Corinna

    What an interesting course with such a lovely, experienced, patient and helpful teacher!

    My friend and I took Aimee’s course earlier this year, so we could learn some techniques that we could use for a collaborative venture to make and sell silver jewellery together. I have been designing and making silver jewellery for the last 5 years as a hobby, so know a reasonable amount while my friend is an artist though she has never worked with silver. Although we both have very different skills, Aimee took us through the wax carving and casting process with ease. She was great at explaining how the whole process works including all the machinery that the casting companies use and taught us the techniques and about all the tools that we needed.

    We were so happy with our final pieces and have learnt enough to practice on our own. Aimee has since been in touch with further tools and casting companies that she thought would be useful to us.

    I couldn’t recommend this course enough as she’s also such a fountain of knowledge because she’s been in the jewellery business for years and was so sweet throughout the course, that it was a pleasure to meet and learn from her. She has a wonderful studio in the countryside that is so tranquil with a lovely view that is the perfect place to escape busy life and enjoy being creative for a couple of days.

    We are looking forward to going back to visit her open studio days and enjoy seeing more of her own work.

  3. Maria Laureano

    Aimee is more than a jewellery designer she is a true artist.. I did the ‘2 days learning to make jewellery’ workshop and I absolutely loved it! Definitely recommend.. I am hopeless when it comes to crafting but she patiently explains and helps through the whole process, it’s incridible how you easily learn! Also had the chance to see some of her customised jewellery work.. all very unique and delicate, brilliant!

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