Silver Classes and Workshops at Sanur Jewellery Studio

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Silver Classes and Workshops at Sanur Jewellery Studio

Create a unique piece of sterling silver jewellery you have always wanted and learn all about the process from the very raw silver through to the finished product at Sanur Jewellery Studio. Offering full and half day workshops and longer courses, in all levels of silver-smithing, the owners of the business, Nini and Ness, both native English speakers, teach with traditional Balinese tools, with a slant on modern design and techniques. Their studio is housed in a stunning banana plantation, inside a white, high ceiling space, with air-conditioning, in Sanur; the gateway to the rest of the island of Bali.

They also offer a variety of special workshops for couples who want to make wedding rings and girls who want a day out privately with a group of friends, as well as combined jewellery making and spa days, mum and daughter workshops and teen and kids school camps too. If you love jewels, you will love their range of unique island inspired pendants, bangles earrings and rings too, from their own collection called Nini and Ness Jewellery. Available in the studio where it is designed and manufactured so you can take some beautiful reminders of your holiday home with you!

www.sanurjewellerystudio.com

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