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Make your own silver ring in two sessions

2 immersion sessions with Hade (12h in total)

Knowledge in jewellery

Your beautiful silver ring


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The workshop in detail

  • 2d
  • 2 to 8 participants
  • 16 years min.
  • Get to know the craft of jewellery making in two sessions and design your own unique ring with Hade, jewellery designer and goldsmith.

    Do you love rings? Then learn to saw, file, hammer, solder... and get your hands dirty! The result? You will go home with your own designed silver ring.

    You will learn the basics of metalworking techniques and soldering while working on your own ring.

    Hade, a passionate goldsmith and designer, will guide you through all the key stages of creating a ring. From using tools to sanding and texturing, you will apply the techniques of jewellery making to personalise your ring. 

    No previous knowledge of jewellery making is required for this workshop. Hade will guide you through the creation process.

    Copper and brass will be used for practice and then you will start working with silver.

    Don't forget to bring a notebook, comfortable clothes, a cotton apron, a big sweater, an elastic band for long hair and something to eat and drink.

    Workshop location

    The workshop is easily accessible by public transport.

    This place is not accessible to people with reduced mobility.

    Additional information

    Languages of the workshop


    Practical information

    2 days from 10am to 5pm (with a break between 1pm and 2pm)

    Wecandoo - Meet Hade

    Meet Hade

    Jewellery Designer and Goldsmith

    As a child, Hade could spend hours at the local bead shop, making jewellery from the loot she got. As a teenager, jewellery making took a back seat, but the desire to be creative remained. 

    While studying architecture, she loved model making, office work a little less... Too much administration, too little creativity, too many regulations, too little control over the final result! 

    Her outlet? Travelling! She finally took the plunge, followed her passions and started training as a goldsmith in 2006. It turned out to be just what she was looking for: a mixture of technical skills and creativity, and a mastery of the final result. Her hands wanted to get back to work!

    She sees her jewellery as buildings in miniature. As in architecture, the use of materials and the stability of the construction are important, things have to be calculated, ease of use has to be taken into account as well as aesthetics. 

    Today, she is not only a designer, but also a manufacturer: a breath of fresh air! 

    "The answers to what we are looking for are often very close to us. Sometimes it's about reconnecting with the fun we had when we were kids."

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