About the workshop
At the workshop we specialise in make your own wedding ring workshops helping you to make truly handmade wedding rings made by the very hands which will wear them, making these precious pieces of jewellery even more personal and special to you. Held within our fully equipped beautiful workshop in the heart of the historic Jewellery Quarter Birmingham UK.
We also undertake bespoke pieces to commission creating stunning pieces of jewellery and silverware in our own unique style, you can take a look some of our designs by following the link above. Our commissions prices start at £250
As featured in the Guardian
We also have a range of evening and weekend classes available in Jewellery and Silver making at The Quarterworkshop we don't just sell and create items ourselves, we help you create your own, taking you through each stage step by step to make a piece that is special to you and learn skills you can take away and use again.
One of our classes was recently featured in the Gaurdian's "Do Something" magazine
you can read the feature here "make a silver ring"
you can find the link to our current available classes by following the classes page
Playing host to events, collection launches and exhibitions, we love having a buzz in the workshop, making silversmithing exciting, discussing designs, ideas and creations. Located in the jewellery quarter in Birmingham, we give you the opportunity to visit our workshop by appointment to discus your designs or take part in a class.
Contact us today to discus your needs, whether you'd like to take a class, create your own wedding rings or you're looking for a unique piece, we'd love to hear from you and help you find what you're looking for.
Victoria set up the workshop in the heart of the jewellery Quarter Birmingham wanting to create a beautiful space for couples to come and create their wedding rings in an authentic silversmithing and goldsmithing studio.
The studio is full of her own precious tools acquired over the years and some inherited from her grandfather.
She has had a passion for making from an early age which led her to undertake a degree in designed metal work and silversmithing followed by 5 years working as a jeweller and silversmith making work to commission and also working for well known established designer makers building up a wealth of technical knowledge before undertaking a Masters in Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork and Jewellery at the Royal College of Art in London.
Her career has also involved teaching at various colleges, for museums and galleries.
She now lives with her husband in Birmingham and yes they made each others wedding rings at the Quarterworkshop!
Her wedding was featured on "Love my Dress" and you can see it here