Bea Jareno Jewellery will open their studio doors to the public from 21-22 September 2019

Attendees at the Merton Arts Festival between 21st-22nd September are being offered a rare chance to go behind the scenes at one of London’s top jewellery workshops. For one weekend only, Bea Jareno Jewellery will be throwing open their doors to the public, with open studios from 11am until 5pm. The jewellery studios are normally available by appointment only, so this provides a fantastic opportunity to explore their new studio shop and perhaps enjoy a ‘Make a Ring’ workshop.

Speaking ahead of the Merton Arts Festival, CEO Bea Jareno said: “Bea Jareno Jewellery is stepping into a new phase and we are happy to be sharing our new space and studio shop with our old and new clients. 

“The Merton Arts Festival takes place every year, and we are extremely happy to be part of a community which helps to raise awareness of upcoming London artists. We will also be hosting workshops during the event, so people have the opportunity to make their very own ring with us. With crafts for everyone, we hope to see lots of people coming and enjoying themselves!”

The Bea Jareno studios are managed by the arts charity ACAVA, which supports artists in the borough of Merton and the rest of the capital. In addition to their workshop area, the company now also benefits from a studio shop where customers can purchase jewellery from their collection, or commission a bespoke piece from their master craftspeople. 

The Make a Ring workshops will run twice a day over the course of the weekend, but space will be limited to four people per course. Those who attend will be able to create their own custom-made sterling silver ring with the help of the Bea Jareno jewellers. As places are limited, those interested should visit the Bea Jareno website to reserve their spot. 

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