- One admission to a sustainable metalworking cuff bracelet workshop with Amy Pieroni
- Where: The workshop will be held at a private Mableton location. The exact address will be shared after purchase.
- Check the list of available dates
The price of admission will go up each week, so the sooner you buy, the better the discount:
- $40 if you purchase before May 11 (27% off)
- $45 if you purchase before May 18 (18% off)
- $55 if you purchase after May 18
Each event is capped at 5 purchasers; each event requires a minimum of 2 purchasers in order to take place.
What You’ll Do
Under the guidance of jewelry artist Amy Pieroni, you’ll learn practical skills and make stylistic choices as you craft your own layered cuff bracelet from recycled brass, copper, pewter, and other materials. In the process, Amy will teach an array of basic metalworking techniques, including riveting, sawing, shaping, stamping, and finishing. You’ll depart with a custom-made cuff bracelet, along with the skills necessary to begin creating your own jewelry collection.
Craft Your Own Bracelet
Using recycled patterns, charms, and metals, craft your own layered cuff bracelet
Learn Metalworking Skills
Learn to rivet, saw, shape, stamp, polish, and finish metals for future jeweling projects
Eco-Maniac Jewelry Artist
After spending a portion of her career working primarily with expensive precious metals including gold and silver, jewelry artist Amy Pieroni had a realization: she could make just as fetching accessories out of recycled metals and repurposed charms. Since then, she’s been filling her workshop with recycled materials and encouraging clients to bring in old family heirlooms that she can transform into custom jewelry. For the past decade, she’s shared her eco-friendly approach to metalworking and jewelry-making in private workshops, classes at Atlanta’s Beehive Co-op, and demonstrations at the American Craft Council Show.