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Dear valued students, the London Jewellery School will not be reopening its premises for the foreseeable future and we are now offering online classes. For more information please check our 'questions' page in the menu. And to find out about online learning please visit 'Jewellers Academy' (www.jewellersacademy.com) in the menu. Please contact the LJS for all enquiries by email at info@londonjewelleryschool.co.uk. Best wishes LJS Team x
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16 Jun, 2018

Clasps 4,000 Years of Fasteners in Jewellery by Anna Tabakhova

This week I have been taking a look at jeweller and collector Anna Tabakhova’s book ‘Clasps: 4000 years of fasteners in Jewellery’ which details a fascination with the fastener throughout the ages and I’ve already changed my attitude towards the clasp as just a means to an end. From Egyptian times the oldest removable clasp followed […]
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07 Apr, 2018

Narrative Jewelry by Mark Fenn-Book Review

Tell me about it. As anyone that has ever asked about my jewellery making knows, every piece tells a tale, even the plainest looking ring. Jewellery goes on adventures with you, reminds you of a person, holiday or the mistake you made that made it look so cool. Pieces often have their own lives that […]
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10 Jan, 2017

New book from tutor Julia Rai ‘Making metal clay jewellery’

We interviewed LJS metal clay tutor Julia Rai about her exciting first book ‘Making metal clay jewellery’   Julia Rai is an artist, writer and teacher working predominately in metal clay. She has a teaching studio based just outside St Austell in Cornwall, UK and is a visiting tutor at the London Jewellery School. Well […]
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11 Dec, 2016

10 jewellery books for your christmas list

When it comes to books for jewellery and inspiration we still prefer leafing through a physical book rather than a digital one. Here are a few of our favourites, old and new, and some ideas for your christmas list… 1. For pure inspiration: The fabulous jewels sold by Christies and the stories behind them: Christies: […]
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10 May, 2015

Essential additions to your jewellery library

At London Jewellery School we have been lucky enough to receive review copies of the first two books in a new series of jewellery books put together by the editor of Making Jewellery magazine editor Sian Hamilton – Stringing and Linking Jewelry Workshop and Wirework Jewelry Workshop. Each book brings together clear and comprehensive technique […]
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27 Jun, 2014

A step by step craft business guide

London Jewellery School’s marketing co-ordinator Bronagh Miskelly is also building her own craft business and has come across a useful UK business guide for anyone thinking of selling their own handmade or craft items. I have been trying to pin point what I need/want from a guide to running a craft business. The following would […]
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17 Jun, 2014

Book review: Behind the brooch

London Jewellery School tutor Anna Campbell reviews a sumptuous new jewellery book that takes a look at the less seen side of jewellery.   Jewellery artist Lorena Angulo did not start out with the idea of writing a book. She was interested in the backs of jewellery, particularly brooches. How did others make the pin […]
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07 Jun, 2014

Book Review Stone setting for Fine Jewellery

Continuing our series of reviews of jewellery making books,  we asked  stone setting tutor Gill Newton to look at Stonesetting for Fine Jewellery – Tools Techniques Gemstones by Paul Leibold, 2014 . Stone setting is a specialist and extensive subject and Liebold’s book is a useful addition. With contents pages more akin to an index […]
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21 May, 2014

Book Review: 1000 Beads

Continuing our reviews of inspiring jewellery books, Anna Campbell takes a look a must for all bead lovers. If you’re not familiar with publisher Lark Crafts ‘500 series’ of books then you’re in for a treat. Each book features 500 gorgeous pieces of contemporary craft following a theme and with titles such as 500 rings […]
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14 May, 2014

Book review: Polymer clay

This is the first in an occasion series of post where London Jewellery School staff, tutors and perhaps even students tell us about their favourite jewellery books or review new ones. Today’s post is from Emily Jones, the school’s deputy manager and a self-confessed polymer clay addict. I love making jewellery and other things with […]
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