In our research we found that at the original 24 Coney Street a Thomas Stodhart and family Tinsmiths and Braziers lived and worked from 1790. Both are now endangered redlist craft skills.
Copper was often used to make tin homewares
Our tutor will show you the basics to make a simple copper box. Using both tin and copper smithing techniques, including hammer work to shape the piece and gain simple metalworking skills, polishing and finishing
This workshop has been funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and is free. Places are limited, and a £10 deposit is required to book, refundable on attendance.