Sally runs jewellery workshops in schools and homes. These are suitable for small groups of children or adults and small group sessions.

These can be designed to meet individual needs. Previous workshops have included Silver Ring making, Silver Clay Jewellery, Metal Stamping, Using found and recycled materials and small group sessions.

Sally has a Secondary School Art Teaching background and is PGCE qualified and holds a current DBS certificate as a teacher. Art workshops e.g. drawing, painting, paper sculpting or batik can also be arranged. 

Sally can teach you to make your own wedding ring or rings. You would practice first using copper or silver before moving onto gold.

Ways to contact me:  

Send a contact form on the website

By email

By text or phone +447788 446474



The jewellery below was made by year 11 students is currently on display at Ashville College Harrogate in the Soothill Hall foyer.

Please contact reception at Ashville Harrogate on 01423 566358 if you would like a closer look.

Click the picture with the display cabinet below to go to Ashville Harrogate's website




Sally is currently teaching a Silver Clay Jewellery Class in Harrogate. A pack of silver clay is included and instruction given from beginners level. The new course is Make a real silver necklace charm and is perfect for spring and summer.

We will be enrolling for the Beginners Metal Stamping class for adults in Harrogate in the autumn term. Please register your interest at Rossett Adult Learning. You will learn about how to stamp from the basics and start by practicing stamping on copper before moving onto silver. These can be personalised and would make great gifts.

Contact Melissa or Catherine at Rossett Adult Learning for more details on 01423 563 768 

Click the picture with a hammer below to see the current list of classes at Rossett Adult Learning, Harrogate








For those of you wanting to fire your silver clay but not wanting to use a torch at home you may use a service offered by companies such as The PMC Studio.

Click on the picture below to visit their website.

Firing silver clay with a torch

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