London Jewellery School in the news
February is proving a great month for news and press coverage about London Jewellery School and its tutors.
First up is the March issue of Prima which features an interview with Diploma in Creative Jewellery graduate Charlotte Tabor who cites LJS founder Jessica Rose as her inspiration for changing her life and launcing her own jewellery business, Kara Jewellery.
Then there was the great news that tutor Rosie Sanders has won the British Jewellers’ Association Award in the precious category with her her Kaleidoscope ring – a gold vermeil design that forms part of her wider Renaissance Rebel collection, set with a large London Blue topaz.
Meanwhile I you have picked up the March edition of Make and Sell Jewellery, you’ll have come across articles featuring more LJS tutors.