Creating Unique Hand Forged Rings


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Why We Love It

  • Engaging and Different day out
  • Fascinating learning the craft
  • Design and forge a unique hand axe
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What's Included

The one day ring making course, at the blacksmiths Academy, set in beautiful rural countryside in South Herefordshire and led by the expert team of craftsmen, who will guide and support you through each process of the design and forging of your own unique ring/s. The day runs for approximately 5 hours

Ring making courses are available all year round, watch as your ring emerges .  This is a fantastic 5 hours of fun, taught in a relaxed and friendly environment, where you will  leave at the end of the day with a ring that you will cherish forever – along with a special story to be told.

Discover the fundamentals of ring making and learn the traditional techniques involved. Whilst your ring is annealing, enjoy lunch either in the open air in our picnic area or, if you prefer, take advantage of our Scandinavian lodge or Shepherds hut.  This is very much a “hands-on” day that will enable you to craft your very own ring.

There is the option of plating your rings in Chrome, Silver or Gold. Please advise at time of booking the course as there is an additional cost. 

Ring Making Experience  – 5 Hours 

  • Arrive 8:45am for 9am start
  • Introduction and safety briefing
  • Blacksmithing techniques before teaching you how to forge a ring n
  • One of the experts oversees your work and guide you through the process of hand forging and polishing your ring. 

You will make and design a piece of bespoke ironmongery, from the master craftsman who will show you some of their techniques and guide you through the four main stages of the blacksmithing process: Heating, Holding, Hitting and Shaping, which  goes into the forging of your masterpiece.

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  • Sessions: 9:00am – 2pm
  • Availability: Monday to Saturday, excluding bank holidays (subject to availability).
  • What to Wear
    Loose fitting cotton material is preferred.
    Ensure you cover your arms to protect them from radiated heat & sparks.
    Strictly no vests or short sleeved tops where skin is exposed
    No loose cuffs or torn clothing, as these can act as a snagging hazard.
    Shorts or skirts are also not permitted.
  • Leather aprons are provided.

Optional Lunch   

Enjoy lunch in either the Scandinavian Lodge or Shepherd’s Hut, please confirm at time of booking if you would like lunch included.


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