Enamelling Workshop with Danni Schwaag at Vannetta Seecharran Jewellery School

Enamelling Workshop with Danni Schwaag


VS Jewellery School, Hatton Garden, London



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Short Course

Enamelling Workshop with Danni Schwaag

at Vannetta Seecharran Jewellery School

Hatton Garden, London

2nd -  5th September

The Vannetta Seecharran Jewellery School is thrilled that German based jewellery artist Danni Schwaag will be visiting our studios in September to offer an enamelling workshop.

The course runs for 4 consecutive days 10am – 4pm, from Monday 2 September – Thursday 5 September.

Enamelling is one of the world’s oldest technologies.Its brilliant colour and durability make it a favourable technique to add colour to your jewellery and objects.

About the Course

This workshop is aimed at anyone interested in working with enamel as a way of adding colour and texture to copper, silver or gold.

With a focus on an experimental approach, different techniques including powdering, painting and drawing with enamel will be shown in several steps.

You will have the opportunity to explore all of these techniques, using both opaque and transparent enamels.

No previous knowledge is required.

Note: We will provide copper sheet for your samples or you are welcome to use your own precious metals.

About Danni Schwaag

After training as a goldsmith Danni studied jewellery design in Idar-Oberstein from 2004-2008, spending an Erasmus year at the Escola Massana, Barcelona in 2006. Since then Danni's preferred material has been enamel both as a stand-alone material and in combination with other materials such as ebony, mother of pearl, plastic and acrylic paint. Danni's work is represented in several international galleries. In 2013 she won the Bremen advancement award for applied art for her collection "l'art pour l'art" - an ironic view on the fine art scene.


10am - 4pm, 2nd -  5th September 2019


4 days


Danni Schwaag


Course completion certificate on request




VS Jewellery School
13A, 63-66 Hatton Garden

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Image Credits

All photos courtesy of Danni Schwaag