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Goldsmith Tools

what, why, how?

Here at no. 11 the aim is not only to teach the craft of jewellery making but also where appropriate to encourage and mentor students to sell their work and create sustainable businesses.


To achieve this the courses provide you with the appropriate skills to identify and develop your individual style and to create professional quality jewellery.


This is possible with courses designed to take you from being a complete beginner and on through an intermediate course. Students can then join our group on a Friday who come together to use the workshop and create a professional supportive network.

As part of this collaborative project we are holding regular exhibitions for more information please visit


​I have been making jewellery since 1984 and graduated in 1989 from Loughborough School of Art and Design with BA (hons) in Jewellery and Silversmithing. I also have received a MA Fine Art from Bath Spa University and have over twenty years of teaching experience both in FE and HE and most recently was course leader for an Art and Design degree programme.​


During my career I have been involved in many exciting and varied projects creating public artworks and commissioned sculptures for among others Lord Melvyn Bragg and chef Michel Roux Jnr. ​​I have also been a garden designer and contributed to gardens at Hampton Court Flower Show.

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