Make a pair of silver earrings at The JQ Set Birmingham

Taster: Make your own Silver Earrings

This course takes place on Sunday 5th September.

Learn how to make a pair of silver earrings in our bright and shiny jewellery making workshop in Birmingham. You will learn to make a textured pair of silver drop earring, with handmade earwires. A unique and personalised piece of jewellery for you to wear home at the end of the course or to give away as a gift.

This jewellery making course is suitable for complete beginners, or those who have attended a jewellery experience day elsewhere. It takes place on a Sunday daytime from 10.00-17.00, with a 1 hour break for lunch and plenty of nice cafes nearby to choose from. Step by step, you will learn texturing, drilling, saw-piercing, filing/buffing, wirework, and polishing as you make and finish your earrings. The tutor will make a pair of silver earrings alongside you, and will use their piece to demonstrate each step. There will be the option to upgrade to make a pair of cufflinks instead of earrings for an extra £10, with the soldering for these done by the tutor – you’ll be shown how, but it’s a tricky soldering job for a first attempt.

You will need to bring your own apron to class, along with reading glasses if you wear them and a notebook and pen.

This taster course will give you a few basic jewellery making skills, and are geared more towards an experience day – a project you can start and finish in a day.  If you’d like a stronger foundation in the skills needed to make other pieces of jewellery, you could choose to progress onto our Beginners course, which add essential jewellery making skills like soldering and a bit of simple metallurgy for background knowledge. Sign up to our Newsletter to find out first when the next round of courses are available to book.

You can read all about our Covid-19 social distancing procedures for the teaching studio here.


Sun 05 Sep


(1hr lunch break)
10:00 am - 5:00 pm



Skill Level

Pippa Leaver


Pippa Leaver
0121 236 3458