Silver Clay Jewellery Making Courses

Studio & Online

Craftworx Jewellery Workshops is a dedicated Metal Clay Jewellery School located in the Bishop Burton in East Yorkshire.

We teach to professional standards in an informal atmosphere. We aim to give students the skills, techniques and confidence to achieve successful results in jewellery making using this amazing material of precious metal clay.
Our workshops range from the basic Introduction to Silver Clay through to more intermediate and advanced subjects including ring making, hinged boxes and mixed media pieces.

We also offer both of the accredited Art Clay World UK (ACWUK) Level 1 and 2 Diploma courses.


Our Studio

Craftworx Jewellery Workshops is one of a cohort of artists' studios situated in superbly renovated barns on a working farm, set just outside the picturesque village of Bishop Burton in East Yorkshire on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds. This remote location is easy to access with motorway, train, sea and air transport routes close by. Our students travel from all over the country and abroad, often to stay longer to enjoy the surrounding area. The renovated barn conversion is light and spacious, providing a practical and very well equipped facility with all the essential tools and equipment for your use...........  More information


Tracey Spurgin

Tracey Spurgin is a qualified Senior Art Clay instructor having completed courses with Artclay World UK. She has trained to the highest level with some of the world's leading metal clay artists & tutors.
With more than 20 years experience, Tracey teaches in her own studio as well as travelling extensively in UK and Europe to deliver courses, workshops & master classes in colleges, museums, galleries & shops. She has also been a guest designer on Jewellery Maker TV.
Tracey is on the Advisory Panel of AMCAW (Alliance for Metal Clay Arts Worldwide)............  More Information

If you would like to hear all about how Tracey got started in silver clay jewellery making & the origins of Craftworx Jewellery Workshops, please feel free to listen to this interview with Jessica Rose, first broadcast in February 2021