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Artist

Patsy Tyldesley - MidasTouch Jewels by Patsy

  • Jewellery

Description

MidasTouch Jewels by Patsy Workshop using glass and precious metals inspired by the North Wales coast and mountains. Workshops in Make Your Own Wedding Rings, Silver Jewellery, Silver Clay and Flamework Glass.For Helfa Gelf Month Try making glass beads, view a range of handmade jewellery. Commissions welcome.

Directions to studio

From A55 take junction 19 SP Conwy  & Deganwy. Cross Track roundabout to Conwy Bridge Roundabout. Take 2nd exit SP Deganwy & Llandudno. Take first right turn into Albert Drive, Overlea Avenue is the first cross roads 3rd right turn. We are on the left hand side.

From Llandudno take Link Road, at top roundabout take 3rd exit. Follow road to roundabout 1st exit. Straight on for about 1/2 miles. Turn left at crossing lights, by school and church. We are on the right hand side red roof, double gates.

The workshop is in my garage.

Display of jewellery for sale - 2 steps into conservatory

Unfortunately the workshop is too small to accept wheelchairs.

Supervised children are welcome, however this is a work environment with blow torches, hot glass and chemicals.

Studio information

Family friendly Wheelchair friendly Parking nearby Toilet access Welsh Speaker Work for sale Price range £12-to-£2000-average-prices-£120 Commissions accepted

Contact & address Details

19 Overlea Avenue

Deganwy

Conwy

LL319TA

01492583646
midastouchjewels@gmail.com
http://www.midastouchjewels.com

Studio Opening Times

September 2018 Times:
Opening Times: 11am - 5pm
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    Late Friday Opening Days:
    Opening Times: 7pm - 9pm
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Midas Jewellery designs use the inspiration of the North Wales coast and mountains to create stunning jewellery. Pieces are  made in a fusion of sterling, fine silver  or gold with flamework glass  all created in the Midas workshop, based in Conwy, North Wales.

Started in June 2010 Patsy Tyldesley has made jewellery for many years, however, ill health forced her to give up her full time lecturing job, and she focused on MidasTouch Jewellery. Since starting MidasTouch has been lucky enough to be featured in several Magazines, including Marie Claire, and exhibitions, including the International Eisteddfod, MidasTouch supplies several small galleries with Jewellery products and has  a web shop with Etsy and Folksy shop selling direct to the public.

Patsy runs workshops helping couples to make their own wedding rings; and one to one tuition for personal jewellery.

Patsy regularly takes private commissions for bespoke handmade jewellery.

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