Jewelry Making Workshop
Jewelry Making Workshop
Jewelry Making Workshop
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Jewelry Making Workshop

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$250.00
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Jewelry Making Workshop

Thursday, July 25th or Thursday, August 29th

3 time slots available for each date, each time slot limited to 8 participants: 5:30-6:15, 6:15-7, 7-7:45.

$250/person, includes materials, additional add ons available at the workshop

Instructors: Kathy & Hannah French, Co-founders of Seelye Designs

Join the Seelye team for a fun evening of community and creativity with a jewelry making workshop. You are invited to design a personalized signet ring at their signature signet ring bar! Grab a peep or come alone and make some new friends! 

How it works:  
  • Choose from a selection of carved wax signet ring shapes.
  • Add your own touch and meaning to your ring with ethically sourced stones, engravings and fingerprints.
  • Once your design is complete, you select the metal you would like your ring cast in and you leave it with us for post production services. We will have your ring back to you within 4-6 weeks to wear and love for years to come. 

What to know:
  • We welcome you to bring children/friends/partners along with you for fingerprinting.
  • Sips and Bites served while you create and mingle. 

When and how much:
  • Thursday, July 25th - pick a 45 minute session: 5:30-6:15, 6:15-7, 7-7:45. 
  • $250 per person, which includes a sterling silver signet ring in your choice of three styles - rectangle, and small and medium rounds. Fingerprints and a single letter engraving complimentary.
  • Add-ons chosen at the event, such as a large signet, 14k gold casting, stones, and other engravings are additional and will be paid for at that time. 

 

What is a signet?

Signet rings have a long and rich history. Historical records show the original signets being used to seal documents and mark the authenticity of an individual, by pressing the rings into hot wax with a unique family crest.

These pieces have constantly remained an important part of one’s jewelry collection. They contain stories intimately woven throughout, expressing and serving as a reminder of important meanings + moments.