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See the best Skerries attractions with a plan including Wayland’s Forge Silversmiths

peacock_2-1Ever thought of making your own jewellery? Here at Edward J Cook Artisan jewellery School (formerly Wayland’s Forge Silversmiths and Jewellery School) we have all the tools and knowledge to get you started.

Founded in 2001, we have built up a reputation for creating bespoke silver jewellery in the heart of Skerries, North County Dublin.

A speciality of the studio is setting Sea Glass which is found on the local beach, only a good stones throw from the studio. Find your own piece or have a rummage in the collection in the studio.

SeaGlass assortment
RTE/Crafts Council of Ireland CraftMaster winner.
Contact:-

Edward J Cook

Artisan Courtyard

Skerries Mills
Miller’s Lane
Skerries,
Co Dublin
01 802 92 92

info@edwardjcook.com

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13 comments

  1. Hi
    Can you pleas send me information regarding detail of jewellery making as I am interested in purchasing a voucher as a gif tfor my friend’s 60th birthday in February. I would like average prices for bracelet making and necklace making and also prices for possible couples making jewellry as keep sakes.

    kind regards

    Alison Phillip

    • Hi Alison, an average price for a bangle/bracelet workshop would be €100, a pendant in the region of €75 although with a silver chain probably closer to €100. A couple making something quite small, eg a ring or pair of earrings, probably €150.
      I hope this helps and thanks for the enquiry,
      Ed

  2. Hello Edward! I’m looking to commission you to make the Windmill pendant, the four sail one:) i was gifted one at Christmas, I absolutely adore it! I would like to get one for a friends 60 B’day!

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