Basic Medieval Gold-Work Embroidery

@ Auckland Castle

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27 July 2017

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

£35 per person

This workshop is a one day class exploring the goldwork embroidery techniques used from the Anglo-Saxon era of St Cuthbert right through until the golden age of opus Anglicanum. You will produce a compact lozenge shaped sampler which can be converted into a beautiful piece of jewelry.

£35 per person

For more information or to book email bookings@aucklandcastle.org or call 01388 743 797.

While restoration working is ongoing the bookings line may not be continually manned however the answerphone is checked daily and if you leave a message along with your name and telephone number we will get back to you. 

All major credit/debit cards are accepted. 

See all of our 2017 Heritage Skills workshops here

Venue
Auckland Castle
Bishop Auckland
County Durham
DL14 7NR

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