NI Silver Jewellery Making Workshops by Ruth McEwan-Lyon
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NI Silver make handmade and handcrafted ‘Wearable Memories’ of the major iconic landmarks of NI.
NI Silver make handmade and handcrafted ‘Wearable Memories’ of the major iconic landmark attractions of Northern Ireland’s 6 Counties including the Giant’s Causeway, the Dark Hedges, the Cranes and Belfast Titanic. We create stunning 3D jewellery in quality hallmarked Silver or Gold.
We also hold half-day jewellery making workshops for small private parties of up to 3 people. So if you are visiting Northern Ireland, or live here, these ‘experience days’ are tailored to meet your needs and allow you to take home a piece of handmade jewellery from Ireland. No previous jewellery making experience is required and we can help you complete the jewellery if you would like.
Based in beautiful Holywood we are only a 10-minute drive from Belfast or a 7-minute walk from Marino train station. Our ‘make, take and wear’ jewellery workshops are very popular and offer a totally unique experience and are suitable for over 18’s only. With views across Belfast Lough to the hills of Antrim beyond, you can relax and enjoy a well-earned refreshment as your jewellery creation is being polishing.
NI Silver is a member of the North Down Craft Collective, so please come and say hello to us at our Markets on the second Saturday of each month, apart from January and July, at the Holywood Old School (92 Church Road BT18 9BX).
The North Down Craft Collective is a group of local designers, artists and makers creating amazing handmade and handcrafted high-end quality gifts. A small entrance fee helps us to raise funds for a different local charity at each market.
We also offer a bespoke jewellery design service where we involve you in the design and creation of your special unique piece of jewellery. We have completed these commissions both locally, meeting people in person, and also via emails and phone calls; so, distance really is not a problem.
NI Silver takes part in regular exhibitions around NI so please keep an eye on local publications and even subscribe to updates via our website.