Want a new craft experience? Come and make your own piece of Northern Irish jewellery at one of NI Silver’s jewellery making workshops.

The NI Silver Jewellery studio is just a 10-minute drive or train journey from central Belfast near the lovely village of Holywood, of Rory McIlroy golf fame. The studio features gardens and a relaxing area at the workshop, overlooking the beautiful Belfast Lough where Titanic made her maiden voyage.

Why not learn a new skill and have some ‘good ole Norn Irish craic’ whilst making your own piece of jewellery?

Jewellery maker Ruth will put you at ease and ensure that you have a superb experience learning about piercing, soldering, filing and polishing; a beautiful, easily transportable and fantastic memory from your trip to Northern Ireland.

No previous jewellery making experience is required and Ruth will do as much or as little of the ‘hands on’ work as you require of her, whilst teaching you the techniques you need to make your precious gift.

Your jewellery making experience will last between 3.5 and 4.5 hours and depending on your design and we will be flexible around your travel plans.

Please contact us via email at to discuss potential dates for your jewellery making experience and any design questions that you might have. You can also learn more about NI Silver Jewellery and have a sneak peek at their unique range of jewellery on their website.
  • Holywood
  • Belfast
  • Down
  • BT18

Top Reasons To Visit

  • No jewellery making experience required
  • Fabulous value for money
  • Private workshop for you and family / friends up to a maximum of five people
  • Easily accessible, only 10 minute taxi ride from Belfast city centre
  • Fun, informative and relaxed - a great day out!

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