You can email me if you want to book for one of the workshops shown on the list below. Then you get your details of payment and the list of tools you’ll need or can use. On the right side of this page you’ll find the email link and my adress where the workshops are given.
Coffee, tea and lunch are included in the workshop price. Three course meals are served by Trees during the multiple day workshop for the price of € 19.00 per meal.
When the teacher is living in the Netherlands you pay 50% of the total workshop costs with your application. The other 50% has to be paid at 6 weeks before the workshop date.
If the workshop is cancelled by Trees you get full money return. If you cancel the workshop within 6 weeks before the workshop date there will be a partly restitution. Cancelling within 3 weeks before the workshop date there will be no restitution.
When the teacher is not living in the Netherlands the costs of the workshop has to be paid in full at the application. When you have paid and confirmation of the workshop there will be no restitutions due to the costs already made by the teacher.
I also run a Bed and Breakfast “Gasterij de Eenhoorn” where you can book a room if you want to stay during the workshop or for a holiday. For workshops I offer a special discount for students in my B&B for € 25 per person per night, includingbreakfast on the basis of a shared (double occupation) room.
Workshop Jens Torp
Friday September 20 untill Sunday September 22 in 2019
Jens Torp will be teaching a Masterclass in silver.
This year we will make an oval pierced breadbasket.
Jens has prepared the basic form.
The piercing of the motives can be according to your own design or the design Jens will supply.
You will learn to pierce with a jewellers saw, sanding, polishing etc.
A very interesting workshop with lots of techniques from the Master silver- and goldsmith himself.
The workshop is suitable for novices as-well as more experienced students.
And...we are have fun at the same time.
Costs: € 425
Additional costs: B&B and dinners