Smitheries rolls out shortcut one-day jewelry-making courses that are ideal for beginners.
Buzz: Joining the second-floor of the same building as hip new gentlemen’s barber shop Black Amber is this jewelry showroom and workshop. Having previously run the Oneform-Onepiece Jewelry School, Chaiwat Wattananukit has teamed up with Yellow Fang bassist Piyamas Muenprasartdee to offer one-day courses on accessory design and production. The venue also doubles as a showroom for the owners’ jewelry brand Smitheries and eyewear brands Pymmy and Gym.
Classes: The one-day intensive jewelry-making class runs for five hours, starting at B3,500 per person, which covers 15g of silver and utensils. Other classes include wax carving, silicone molding and resin crafts. No basic knowledge required.
Why you’ll come back: It’s an interesting new spot for jewelry lovers who want to learn how to craft their own pieces, while the accessories on show also make for good gifts.