The Nitty Gritty
- Price is for one person
- No refunds
- All materials and supplies provided
- Six person max per class
- Class is 3-hours long
For anyone who’s ever gotten distracted looking at shiny things, anyone who’s ever wondered how to take metals and mold them to fit their own personal style, and folks who just like to work with their hands and maybe want to learn how to metalsmith, we got you covered. Yep, our friend Starr Miller – resident metalsmith of Pieces of Starr - is teaching the curiously crafty among us to make stackable rings in small, intimate classes. Starr worked in a corporate job before turning her attention to making jewelry full time and getting trained as a professional metalsmith. Now she has her own studio and jewelry line called Pieces of Starr that sells unique, handmade pieces online and in boutiques around Atlanta. Luckily for us, she’s sharing her expert knowledge through small, intimate jewelry making classes.
In addition to her professional metalsmithing expertise, Starr has a vast understanding of contemporary design trends, and she has a knack for walking her students through every aspect of the jewelry making process while also setting them free to make any design idea a reality. Each class also includes a complimentary adult beverage to sip on while you get to smithin’. Take a look at the class options and times to create your own jewelry:Put a ring on it