The perfect gift for someone who has everything - a new skill
We all have someone who is hard to buy for a Christmas. The friend who sighs and says: “I don’t need more stuff.” The sister whose style is so precise you always buy her books or toiletry sets for fear of getting it badly wrong. The family-member who always has the cleverest present ideas.
This Christmas don’t buy them “some thing”, instead give them an opportunity. London Jewellery School offers the opportunity to learn a new skill, kick off a new hobby or even a business opportunity, or to create the perfect jewellery for their specific taste.
Jewellery is big in every sense this winter – absolutely massive if you look to the catwalk for inspiration. Oversized chokers, bejeweled cuffs and statement earrings are among the must have looks this year. But why have or give the same version as everyone else on the high street when it’s possible to learn to make your own.
At LJS budding jewellery designers of all experience levels can learn the techniques to create their own fashion and classic pieces. Taught in small groups by professional jewellers, classes are fun and inspiring and live up to the motto “Jewellery making is for everyone”.
Treat someone you love with the special gift of jewellery making. It's fun, relaxing and they may never need to buy their own jewellery again.
The easiest way to give someone a jewellery class gift is by buying a voucher for the value of a class or any other amount you want.
All gift vouchers are sent out within two days by first class royal mail in a lovely gift envelope along with our full school brochure for them to flick through and choose their ideal class.
If you would like to give a taster class, value £50, we can send you a taster class voucher (which doesn't show the price) that can be used on any one of our 12 fun taster classes.
To find out more about our range of classes contact Bronagh Miskelly on email@example.com
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