Fredericton / Calendar / Metal worked Bracelets
New Brunswick College of Craft & Design
457 Queen Street
Fredericton, NB

During this 5-day workshop participants will create three types of silver bracelets.

The first bracelet will be a king’s chain, crafted by assembling jump rings made of wire and finished with a simple clasp.

The second will be a cuff bracelet, where participants will learn how to forge metal and soldering.

The third will be a link bracelet, composed of handmade links and a toggle clasp.

Throughout this workshop, participants will be instructed on basic wire cutting, sanding, polishing and soldering techniques to create these personal pieces.

Robin Turner
Robin Turner was an aspiring artist of a young age, studying to become a Jeweller/Metalsmith at the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design graduating with a diploma in Fine Craft in 2017. 

During her studies at NBCCD, Robin has developed a passion for jewelry and metal work, as well a love for the visual arts community present in her home province of New Brunswick.

Being surrounded by inspiring artists, such as her instructors and classmates, Robin has crafted a unique and modern style that continues to evolve with her skill.

She has already shown potential as an outstanding artist in her field with successful work, meticulously crafted with care and an eye for detail.

Through her journey as an emerging artist, Turner continues to discover and create intriguing jewelry for her wearers. 

Jul 16 - 20, 2018
9:00AM - 4:00PM
Workshop & materials fee: $319 +tax