Sterling Silver Spoon

This workshop is where you can make your very own Small Silver Spoon in a 4 hour class. Using various techniques and materials (practice spoon in brass) you will learn how to saw pierce and shape metal, use hand files, learn to sand and then polish your pieces to a beautiful shine. You will learn how to use a LPG torch to solder, you will use a Jewellers saw and scribe to mark out and cut your metal. You will also use hand tools such as pliers, hand files and precision hammers to shape your spoon, forming in timber hollows so as not to marr your metal whilst shaping. You can make your handle using hammered and forged silver wire or use found materials like Timber and Bone.

These beautiful handmade spoons were made by Artist Helena Emmans, we will make a smaller spoon, Helena’s pieces are purely an example of interesting and different design. (image curtesy of the Artist via Pinterest)

These beautiful handmade spoons were made by Artist Helena Emmans, we will make a smaller spoon, Helena’s pieces are purely an example of interesting and different design. (image curtesy of the Artist via Pinterest)

Making a spoon for something special like a christening or as a gift to a friend is very satisfying when you make it with your own hands.

This workshop is run on either a Saturday or Sunday and runs for 4hrs, starting at

10.00am – 12.00pm Studio

(we break for lunch for an hour, you are welcome to bring lunch or eat from our close local eateries.)

1.00pm – 3.00pm Studio

The cost is inclusive of your materials and all tools are provided.

All materials and Sterling Silver for one spoon is included in the cost of $180 per person. No experience is necessary for you to come and have fun making your own unique piece. 

For your own safety participants need to wear comfortable clothing, jeans or pants and a high neck T-Shirt, closed in shoes and long hair must be tied back. (an apron is good) If you need glasses to read please bring them, simple magnifiers/readers can be helpful too.