2 Day Course

Have you always been interested in Filigree and like to learn different techniques? This course is for you!

              The course will be covering filigree skills through demonstration, handouts and individual practice.

   What will you learn? 

  • You will learn how make your own filigree tools and take these home with you. 

  • Be taught how to make the special filigree wire, 3 different filigree techniques and how to solder and finish these. 

  • By the end of the course you would have created one piece of your own design that you can take home and enjoy. 

   I’ll will work with you as a group and individually, support and guide you through your learning. 
   What will you need to bring? 

  • Just lots of energy and enthusiasm. 

  • I will supply all the tools and equipment needed for filigree making. 

  • Silver will be provided for this session. 

   With the creation of this course I aim to:

  • Enrich education and knowledge;

  • Promote filigree, and demonstrate the technique is being modernized and is still alive;

  • To preserve, share and celebrate heritage;

  • Support the jewellery craft in the UK and internationally.

   I’m based in Scotland, but teach worldwide. If you are interested in attending a class in my studio or bringing the Contemporary Filigree Course to your country, please get in contact for dates and details.

| Filipa Oliveira is a contemporary jeweller inspired by traditional crafts, especially filigree. She uses this ancient technique in a contemporary way to lend detail and heritage to her delicate work. This historical element allows both the past and present to be encompassed within each piece of jewellery and is evocative of different times and cultures. |


Filigree students and their work.

“ Filipa was fantastic and patient. She was really knowledgeable and gave very good demonstrations”

“ Tutor was excellent -  Very helpful to a beginner & patient!”

"Tutor was really knowledgeable on the subject  and helped a lot, liked seeing the examples of filigree in her work."