Glass Making Workshops

*The bden glass studio is currently unavailable and no bookings are being taken* March 2020

One to one guidance through the glass making processes.

Email or call to book:

bdenglass@outlook.com

07969 555 283

Beginner Session

1.5 hours

An introduction to glass lampworking, best for beginners.

 

In this session you will learn the basics of working with soft glass on a lampwork torch, familiarise yourself with the tools,  equipment and materials.

 

You will have the chance to make a small set of beads to take away with you. If you choose to have the beads made into a piece of jewellery or jewellery set, you will receive a 25% discount on the finished product(s) excluding the cost of the glass which is included in the price

  • Heating up the glass

  • Applying glass to the mandrel

  • Basic bead making

  • Dot decoration

  • Frit and stringer decoration

£45

Half day

3 hours

A follow on from the beginner session. Suitable for beginners.

 

In this workshop you will learn and develop the relevant techniques for working with soft glass on a lampwork torch. Familiarise yourself with the tools, equipment and materials.

 

Receive a onetime 25% discount on future purchases of bden products and services

  • Heating up the glass

  • Applying glass to the mandrel

  • Basic bead making

  • Dot decoration

  • Frit and stringer decoration

  • Bead shaping

  • Layering colours

  • Making stringers

 

£87.50

 

Full day

5 hours

Best for someone with at least a little experience in lampworking.

 

A full day of tuition in lampwork glass making, utilising various  decorative techniques and styles.

 

Receive a onetime 25% discount on future purchases of bden products and services

  • Heating up the glass

  • Applying glass to the mandrel

  • Basic bead making

  • Dot decoration

  • Frit and stringer decoration

  • Bead shaping

  • Layering colours

  • Making stringers

  • Advance shapes

  • Cabochons

  • Surface pattern

  • Clear overlay

 

£150

 

 

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