Jeweller Naomi Clarke will guide you through the process of making your own unique bangle. You will use maps and images of the Jewellery Quarter to inspire your designs, and you’ll have the opportunity to use some traditional techniques and tools.

The workshop takes place at 1000 Trades, a neighbourhood bar which is based in a purpose-built Victorian factory dating from around 1870. One of the first residents, Thomas Godfrey, produced gold earrings here amongst other items and in 1890s Samuel M Levi made a range of silverware including ornate vesta (match) boxes. Continue this fantastic tradition of making with Naomi and create your own piece of jewellery to take home, all materials provided.

The workshop room is accessible by stairs and may be unsuitable for those who use a wheelchair or have difficulty climbing stairs.