We have two locations now!

We have two locations now!

We have just expanded our Business thanks to all the love and support we have been getting for our workshops.

We now have two locations in the heart of Dublin City Centre. We are still on Drury street at 24 Drury Street, Dublin 02, D02 V658. Our lovely new building is at 4 South Great Georges Street, Dublin 02, NR59 just a two minute walk from our original building! It is a black door to the right of JT Pimms but don’t hesitate to call us if you need further directions on +353 1 6751818

When booking your workshop with us you will now book the workshops based off location. When selecting our workshops you will either select Drury Street or Georges Street if it is available in both locations and if it is only available in one it will still mention what street you are booking your workshop for.

Please make note of which location you have booked for, this information will be located on your ticket in your emails. If any changes are to be made to the location the workshop will take place we will contact you with plenty of time before you are due to arrive to us.

We are in a prime location for multiple bus routes as well as being within short walking distances from Luas Lines, Train Stations and Trinity College. Some Dublin Buses that will bring you within a 2 minute walk to our location: 83, 83a, 9, 16, 123, 14, 15, 140, 40

We look forward to welcoming you to our workshops in either one of our fabulous building!

Day One of our recent Weekend Improvers Class

Day One of our recent Weekend Improvers Class

Recently we decided to run an intensive two-day version of our (usually 5 weeks) Improvers jewellery making course.

Like the 5 week version, the emphasis of this class is on taking your EXISTING jewellery making skills to the next level and working with our expert tutors to practice and develop these skills while also learning new techniques too.

As pictured below, on Day 1 the focus is on making a chain bracelet and setting a faceted (diamond cut) stone. You learn how to make the hook and eye clasp for this, too.

Make your own

Skills practiced include:

– Soldering
– Stone setting
– Filing

 

Stay tuned for insight into Day 2 of the Weekend Improvers Course next week.

Is this something you’d be interested in attending? Let us know!

Thanks,

The Silver Works Team (1)

 

How To Plan A Creative Day Out On Drury Street, Dublin

How To Plan A Creative Day Out On Drury Street, Dublin

Here at SilverWorks we’re lucky to call Drury Street, Dublin’s Creative Quarter, home and have done so since 2017. Over the years, Drury Street has become one of the trendiest locations in the city, an area where independent coffee shops, vintage shops and those like us, dedicated to showcasing top quality Irish design reign supreme.

As Dublin starts opening up once again and we’re all itching to get out of the house, here’s a roundup of things to do on a Creative Day Out in Dublin within Dublin’s Creative Quarter.

 

Book A Class at Silver Works

Keep building on those creative skills you worked so hard to cultivate over lockdown and spend the weekend making your own jewellery at one of our Silver Works classes. Whether it’s our Forge A Ring Class, our expert tutors will guide you through step-by-step to create your own bespoke piece of jewellery. Spend the day laughing and learning with friends and walk away treasuring the fact that you’ve just added one totally unique piece to your jewellery collection.

 

Browse new collections at The Collective

With both of our sister brands – The Collective and Silver Works – in the same building. It’s hard to resist a quick browse of our stock at The Collective on your way out the door. With our stock of over 30 independent Irish designers, we have got everything from sparkling gems and jewellery to vibrant prints and homewares. Treat yourself and relish in the joy of supporting local talent.

 

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Grab a coffee in Kaph

All that creativity and concentration from making jewellery calls for a caffeine refuel. It seems you’re in luck with go-to coffee spot, Kaph just a few doors down from The Collective. And for the non-coffee drinkers, rumour has it that they make a killer Matcha Latte too.

 

Stock up on vintage styles at Om Diva

Did someone say more shopping? You don’t have to ask us twice. Arguably one of the best vintage shops in the city, Om Diva also sells a curation of clothes from exciting emerging Irish designers upstairs. The bright colours, vibrant energy and creative team will leave you feeling energised and inspired all weekend long.

Thanks,

The Silver Works Team (1)