Amy Keeper - Jewellery Tutor
Beginners silver, Chain making, Water casting, Granulation and fusing, Channel setting, Silver findings, Silver stacking bangles
Previous qualifications and training:
City & Guilds Certificate in Jewellery
City & Guilds Diploma in Jewellery
How did you get involved in making jewellery?:
I had always wanted to make jewellery when I was little, so I tried a few evening and weekend classes while working at a job I didn't really enjoy, after a year or so of evening classes I got the bug and went back to college to get my C&G
Things I have done:
I have exhibited my work in galleries, museums and fairs across the country and in Europe, including The British Museum and The Goldsmiths' Fair.
I have taught jewellery workshops and weekly classes in and around London since 2010.
Things I do now:
I still regularly exhibit my own jewellery in galleries, and fairs and still enjoy teaching jewellery making.
My biggest achievement so far:
My biggest achievement so far has been exhibiting at Goldsmiths' Fair for 3 years running.
Things I hope to achieve in the future:
The dream is my own jewellery/craft gallery!
My favourite jeweller is:
Check out my work at:
Please Note: Our classes are suitable for those aged 16 and over & for health and safety reasons, all students need to wear closed toe shoes when coming to the workshop. If you have any access requirements, please contact us before booking a course. And due to our small class sizes we are unable to offer transfers or refunds on our courses once booked. Please make sure you can make the date before booking. Thanks LJS x