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Dee-zyn Jewellery


Dee-zyn Jewellery was created by myself Deanne Echarri back in 2008. I have been designing and creating silver jewellery for over 12 years now. After completing a silversmith course back in 2010, I decided to explore PMC (precious metal clay) and completed a diploma in this… However, I still felt as though I was not quite there with what I wanted to produce.

Finally I found Wire Sculpture Jewellery, creating twists and swirls to shape and forge the wire to encase gemstones within, thus creating completely unique one-of-a-kind pieces using only Silver wire and small tools. NO soldering!!!

Consequently I fell completely in love with this, and went on to complete 6 Master Class Courses learning the skills and techniques needed to become an expert in the field.

As a result, I now design and craft quality silver and copper wire jewellery using precious and semi-precious stones from around the world. Each piece is unique and crafted by hand using master wire sculpting techniques.

I am an international seller, selling online as well as at craft fayres, wedding fayres, trade fayres and galleries.



Dee-zyn Jewellery also runs a Wire Jewellery School, empowering other people to have a go and learn to create their own beautiful jewellery using the same techniques that I fell in love with. There are many different workshops and courses, providing the knowledge and physical skills needed to create different styles of jewellery.

My motto is that ‘everyone can make jewellery’ which I wholeheartedly believe. The classes are suitable for all ages and abilities from complete beginners to those looking at learning new techniques or brushing up on their former jewellery making skills. Almost all classes run on weekday evenings and weekends and prices start from just £15.

Dee-zyn Jewellery School is a fast growing independent jewellery training centre based in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. With over 30 classes running each year from beginners to Masterclass, there are plenty to choose from. The classes are run from our fully-equipped jewellery studio in a beautiful garden setting. There is something at Dee-zyn Jewellery School for everyone.



Each day of PAOS, there will be taster sessions at 13.00 each day where you can have a go at making an item of jewellery.  These will be £5.00 which include all materials (wire and gems), and include the use of tools.

Example taster sessions will be:

  • Earrings
  • Ear Climbers
  • Mini Wire Tree of Life
  • Crystal rings

Please contact me to ensure your space and to find out more on 01733 265249

or email me at:


PARKING in Sacred Heart School car park at back of House, Entrance through back gate.


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Contact name
Deanne Echarri

Exhibition address
Not exhibiting in 2021

Telephone 01733 265249

Open days

26 June 2021 (10:00 - 15:00)
27 June 2021 (11:00 - 15:00)
3 July 2021 (10:00 - 15:00)
4 July 2021 (11:00 - 15:00)
10 July 2021 (10:00 - 15:00)
11 July 2021 (11:00 - 15:00)

Website Email

Open other times by appointment

Demonstrations available

Tuition offered

Garden open for visitors

Refreshments served

Commissions accepted


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