Be a Jewellery Designer in one Day

Learn to make smart accessories at this Toronto workshop

If you are a jewelrista, you should not miss this exciting do-it-yourself session at The Devil’s Workshop.

The Devil’s Workshop has been operating for 13 years in Toronto. In addition to the jewellery business, the store organizes a series of classes for jewellery enthusiasts on weekdays. Some workshops include how to make wedding bands, sterling bands (every Thursday night) and a basic-to-advance jewellery class every Monday. The cost to join these classes ranges from $55 to $320.

The Devil’s Workshop also provides consulting services for customers – they are guided to choose the most suitable products for the most important events in their lives. Jewellery at The Devil’s Workshop ranges from $900 to more than $3,000. The price depends on the material as well as the value of the gemstones.

Locations: The Devil’s Workshop, 1106 Queen St W. (second floor loft)
Price range: $55-$320
For more information: thedevilsworkshop.ca/workshops

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