Cast a Ring or Pendant in Pewter –  1 day pewter workshop.

This workshop goes through some of the basic principles of casting in pewter, initially carving a wax pattern of a ring or pendant and then using this to make a two-part rubber mould.

You will then pour pewter into your mould and cast a pewter piece, which will be cleaned up and polished ready to wear.

It is not necessary to have any experience either working with metal or carving the wax as Fleur will guide you through the whole process step by step.  This is a great opportunity to experience working with pewter and creating your own unique piece.

Maximum of 8 Students

No Children under the age of 16

What is included: All materials needed throughout the course will be included and complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits.

Price: £145

Time 10am – 4.30pm

Location: The Victoria Institute Arundel, W. Sussex.

This grade 2 Listed building is in the heart of the historic market town Arundel, being overlooked by Arundel castle and surrounded by the many cafes, individual boutiques, and antique shops. Also being close to the sea there are many hotels and B&Bs in the nearby area if you wanted to stay. 

There is also plenty of parking in Mill Rd Car Park a 5-minute walk away.

Clothing:  As students will be working with molten metal Fleur does require that everyone wears a long sleeve top and not wear open shoes. It can also get a bit dusty so students may want to bring an apron or wear old clothes.

Refund and Cancellation Policy: A full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts, or if preferred to accommodate an alternative course date.

Gift vouchers are also available if you are looking to buy a workshop day as a gift.




23 April – Cuttlefish Casting, make a spoon

14 May – Cuttlefish Casting, make a spoon

25  June – Wax Carving and Casting, make a pendant or ring

16  July – Cuttlefish Casting, make a spoon

3 September – Cuttlefish Casting, make a spoon

“Thank you so much for a fabulous day yesterday. It was brilliant to do something so different and to transform a collection of materials into an object that I’m actually quite proud of and was able to take home and use. I sent this photo to family and friends and they very impressed!

“I just wanted to say a huge thank you for our workshop. We had an amazing time creating a beautiful tea light with you and have recommended your course to anyone who will listen.”

“I like your style of teaching you’re very supportive and informative but don’t take over at all, it was a fun day too and it flew by. “

“Thanks so much for teaching Brian, Martin and myself it was a very informative and useful day we all thought you were a great teacher