My favourite enamel supplier Vitrum Signum have listed some people and places you can take some enamel classes. Most classes are in London but some elswhere in the uk. They also list some good books to learn enamelling. Take a look:
Enamelling & Jewellery Courses
1. PHIL BARNES – Various short courses in enamelling. http://www.philbarnesenameller.co.uk – PLEASE REFER TO OUR LINKS
2. BETHNAL GREEN CENTRE: 020 7613 1135/020 7364 5665 – Beginners & Intermediate enamelling & Silver jewellery making courses.
3. LYNNE GLAZZARD – Courses and workshops in metal clay, art clay silver, enamelling, jewellery making http://www.lynne-glazzard.com PLEASE REFER TO OUR LINKS
4. CAROL GRIFFIN – Enamelling courses and workshops for beginners & intermediate: http://www.carolgriffinenamels.com PLEASE REFER TO OUR LINKS
5. LONDON JEWELLERY SCHOOL – Jewellery school in Hatton Garden and run a number of enamel classes http://www.londonjewelleryschool.co.uk PLEASE REFER TO OUR LINKS
6. HOLTS ACADEMY OF JEWELLERY. Whether you are looking to develop your interest, or take your skills that one step further Holts Academy of Jewellery has many courses designed with you in mind. PLEASE REFER TO OUR LINKS
7. TILLY WILKINSON ENAMELLER/COURSES. Courses & workshops in the North West of England. http://www.twenamels.co.uk PLEASE REFER TO OUR LINKS
8. LONDON BOROUGH OF WALTHAM FOREST. Jewellery & Enamelling Courses: At Chestnuts House in Walthamstow: 020 8521 4311 Jewellery- Enamelling on Copper- NCFE Unit- Level 1 CHP432-4L5 Thursday 13-Jan-11 12-3:30, 6 weeks. Standard Fee £79.00 reduced fee £20.00 CHP433-4L5 Thursday 13-Jan-11 6-9:30, 6 weeks. Standard fee £79.00 reduced fee £20.00
If of course you are not in London and want to learn jewellery, silversmithing or enamelling then maybe I could help you out there. I am starting one-to-one jewellery classes in Brighton starting in August 2011.
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