Electroforming Jewellery Course, Cockpit Arts - Holborn, London


Cockpit Arts, London



Jewellers, Artists, Makers, Students


Professional Development

In this two-day workshop you will create unique jewellery pieces in copper, exploring the potential of the electroforming technique.

About the course
The course is designed to discover the potential of the electroforming technique as it allows you to create intricate, complex three-dimensional shapes. You can produce unique, hollow and lightweight pieces which can not be done in any other technique.  

Day 1
On the first day you either create a master by carving and modelling wax, or you bring along everything you would like to turn into metal like organic found objects such as twigs, leaves, seashells or plastic ready-mades. We will prepare the objects with conductive paint to get them ready for the electroforming process which will be carried out in between the two sessions.

Day 2
On the second day we creatively complete the jewellery pieces into pendants, earrings or brooches. Up to choice the pieces can be silver or gold plated after the course. 

About the teacher
As a German trained goldsmith, jewellery artist and teacher, Katrin Spranger has experience in working with the electroforming technique for more than 7 years. Her unique, award winning designs have been exhibited internationally. As Katrin’s practice is highly creative, she encourages her students to work in a playful manner to help them to achieve their potential through the exploration of materials, techniques and ideas.

Dates & Times
Saturday 28/01/2017    10.30am – 4.30pm 
Sunday 29/01/2017         1.30pm – 4.30pm

Specific to jewellers at all levels

Cockpit Arts, Cockpit Yard/Northington Street, London. WC1N 2NP

Katrin Spranger                                                        

£230 All materials are included

To book
If you are interested in booking this course get in touch soon, there are limited places available.

Phone: 0044 (0)7450257207