As part of the programme of events complementing Georgian Illuminations
, discover a new skill and learn how to make your very own Star Bunting Necklace with iconic UK jewellery makers, Tatty Devine. Beginning with a tour of the exhibition, be inspired by the fantastic light shows that dazzled the Georgians.
The perfect jewellery making for beginners, Team Tatty will show you how to link five shimmering acrylic star charms together in a choice of Gold or Rainbow acrylic to create an eye-catching mini constellation. Tickets are limited so book now!
About the Workshop
This jewellery making workshop is suitable for beginners. Please wear flat, closed-toe shoes. If you’re under 16, you need to bring a responsible adult with you who has also booked a place. Workshop attendees will choose from a Rainbow OR Gold colour way on the day. All materials are supplied.
There are two sessions, from 11.00-1pm and 2pm-4pm. The workshop will begin with a half-hour visit to Georgian Illuminations, with the making element lasting approximately 90 minutes.
We are in a Grade I listed, 19th-century building, so access is not always straightforward. If you require step-free access or extra assistance, please contact us in advance of your booking on email@example.com or 020 7405 2107.
Your confirmation email serves as your ticket.
Tickets are refundable up to 7 days before the event, after which point they are non-refundable or exchangeable.
About Tatty Devine
Tatty Devine is the world's go-to brand for original and fun statement jewellery. Born in 1999 in the heart of East London by founders Harriet and Rosie - fresh from art school and with “no intention of getting real jobs" - their jewellery soon achieved a cult following with fans that are still standing with them over 20 years later.
Alongside classic, limited edition and seasonal capsule collections, Tatty Devine love to collaborate with artists, designers, charitable institutions and our favourite cultural spaces, including Sir John Soane’s Museum. Most recently, partnerships with Equality Now have emerged fresh from the laser cutter, as well as Fawcett Society since the celebration of Year of the Woman in 2018 and collaborations with icons such as Bowie and Gemma Correll.
All Tatty Devine jewellery is designed and handmade in house by a small, skilled team of makers with a passion for art jewellery. They work hard to ensure that every piece boasts the quality and unique stamp that's become synonymous with the label.