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    Default Employment, Jewellery apprentice, Manchester area

    Thought I would post this here if that's ok couldn't find a jobs section hope it ok to do so. A good opportunity I think for someone.


    A third generation manufacturing jeweller, looking for an Workshop Apprentice to join our team in Hale, Cheshire. We design and manufacture diamond and gem set jewellery using state of the art machinery.


    We are known locally for our high quality service, repairs and manufactures, as well as our collection of classic and bespoke jewellery.


    The role would involve:


    Working inside our jewellery workshop
    Lost wax casting
    Making wax trees
    Cleaning up castings
    Polishing
    The ideal candidate would:


    Be confident with learning new techniques
    Have a critical eye for detail
    Be organised and tidy
    Be flexible and happy in a fast-paced workshop environment
    Have and interest in jewellery and manufacturing


    zack@steven-stone.com

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    Not sure if the email link is working,I tried it and it bounced back I will try again,I spelled the original link wrong DOH !

    zack@steven-stone.com

    Just tested this one and it works
    Last edited by josef1; 14-11-2014 at 06:12 PM.

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    If only you weren't in Manchester....
    All the gear and no idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by josef1 View Post

    A third generation manufacturing jeweller, looking for an Workshop Apprentice to join our team in Hale, Cheshire.

    zack@steven-stone.com
    I'm in M33, less than 3 miles from you. I'm well past the typical apprenticeship age, and have done my time in another craft, but it's heartening to see that business is thriving for you.

    I'm pleasantly surprised, actually, that you do your own casting. Another local high street jeweller I know works out a design with his customers then has the ring (etc.) made by a dependable business partner in the Far East and returned to him within a fortnight. He's been doing this for a number of years and it works out quite well for all concerned.

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