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My Jewellery School

Belfast school of Jewellery was opened by myself  Katrina Lucas due to a love of creating wonderful jewellery and wanting to teach it to others that wish to learn how to make beautiful jewellery but don't have the time to commit to a full time course. 

About Me

I fell in love with jewellery from an early age by listening to my mum talk about jewellery and watching through the years as she got excited about the jewellery she bought or that was bought to her. Every Christmas without fail there would be some jewellery in my presents. I still have quite a lot and they will never be forgotten. I now share the start of a love of jewellery connection with my daughters which i hope will grow as they get older just like mine with my own mum today!

I also design, make and sell jewellery. I trained in Birmingham, successfully completing lots of small courses in both Silver Clay and Beaded jewellery.  And earlier this year anew website was designed to showcase and sell my jewellery plus offer commissions. 

What can I make?

We offer a variety of fun and exciting classes. 

Check out what jewellery you'll learn to make in each class below. 


Fine silver daisy pendant and matching earrings

Silver Clay Fun Day

At the silver clay class, you can make pendants, earrings and charms. This is a full day class which is great craic and relaxing. You will be super proud to show off your new jewellery… made by you.

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Beaded necklace, earrings and bracelet set

Beaded Class

This is a short, relaxing, two hour class in which you learn the basics of beaded jewellery making. You will make a necklace, earrings and if you have time a bracelet.


Wire Rings

Wire Ring Class

This is a relaxing, two hour class in which you learn how to make different styles of wire rings, by learning how to mould and shape wire around a mandrel, plus add beads.

What Students Say

“Great way to spend a Sunday afternoon, very relaxing and enjoyable. Looking forward to trying at home. Very

worthwhile class.”

— Ann

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