Jewellery and Silversmithing at The Precious Metals Workshop

The Precious Metals Workshop is Scotland’s leading educational and resource workshop for jewellers and silversmiths. We provide bench space and tools for up to 30 resident jewellers and silversmiths. There are three workshops that offer a range of desks and affordability and all come with lockable storage.

The PMW also offers a three-tiered membership facility on a monthly and annual pay-as-you-go basis for access to the main workshop. Membership times are Monday-Friday, 10:00am until 5:00pm, but access is restricted during Summer School.

With three terms and a Summer School each year, there is a huge range of classes and workshops for everyone. From a ten week evening program to drop-in technique sessions and one day weekend workshops, we really do have something for everyone.

Our Evening classes and weekend workshops aim to have something for everyone and for all levels of skills. Please see the Terms & Conditions when booking any course via

Class Term Dates (2018) Information
Monday evening jewellery  £195 – 16th April for 10 weeks, from 6pm-8pm Suitable for all skill levels.
Tuesday evening jewellery £195 – 17th April for 10 weeks, from 6pm-8pm Suitable for all skill levels.
Wednesday evening jewellery £195 – 18th April for 10 weeks from 6:30pm-8:30pm Suitable for all skill levels.
Wednesday evening CAD £115 – 9th & 23rd May6th and 20th June4th July for 5 weeks from 7pm-9pm  


Workshop Term Dates (2018) Information
Stone setting 12th & 13th May £115
Ring making 2 Sunday 20th May £65
Viking weave Saturday 26th May £65
Enamelling 2 Saturday 2nd June £65
Indian bead weaving Saturday 9th June £65
Scrap – reduce, reuse, recycle Saturday 16th June £65
Ring making 3 Sunday 17th June £65
Carve and cast 30th June and 1st July £145

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For details of upcoming workshops and classes at the Precious Metals Workshop, please visit

Info & bookings: Ian Nicholson on 07535 449 037 or

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