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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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29 Jan, 2018

Pantone Colour of 2018-Ultra Violet-will purple reign again?

Said to communicate originality and visionary thinking towards the future, Ultra-Violet makes a welcome entrance to kick start 2018- a bit of forward thinking is just what we need. Take a look at how these jewellers have also taken to this shade to inspire your own creations this year. Jewellers have many a purple shade […]
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22 Jan, 2018

January Birthstones-Garnet-Give me strength

Weary or rested from celebrating or resting over the December break, January may feel like a rough month to have a birthday. But these January folks are not down-hearted. They are ambitious leaders, who love to learn new things and take living seriously. They also have a cracking birthstone in garnet to back them up, […]
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01 Sep, 2017

Birthstone for September-Sapphire-Barnacles of Bling

Sapphire is the birthstone for September and is famous for its deep blue colour, caused by the presence of iron and titanium. But these stones can be found in almost every colour and when non-blueness occurs they are termed ‘fancy’. A nice compliment, although it makes the gemstones less valuable. It’s tough to write about […]
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06 Aug, 2017

August Birthstones-Spin Spin Spinel

Well, August child, not much to live up to here, but you are the best person anyone will ever know! Your birthstones are Peridot, Sardonyx, Spinel, so you are spoilt in this area as well as having a splendid personality. Peridot will protect you from evil with its greeny magic and bring you good fortune. […]
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31 Jul, 2017

Who needs beads? The (w)hole of civilisation

It is National Beading Week so we have been taking a look at how beads have been used in contemporary jewellery designs A bead can be anything threadable. The first pieces of jewellery were beads made from shells, while the trading of beads was one of the first forms of currency leading to the development […]
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13 Apr, 2017

New mini documentary on jewellery designer Annoushka Dukas

Have you seen the 1000 Londoners project? Produced by Chocolate Films, they are 3-minute mini-documentaries that ‘aim to create a digital portrait of a city through 1000 of the people who identify themselves with it’. We wanted to share the documentary from the founder of Links of London and Annoushka, Annoushka Ducas MBE who talks […]
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01 Oct, 2016

Goldie bronze tutorial – Bronze tassel necklace

  Tutor Anna Campbell has been testing out and reviewing products for Metal Clay Ltd including Goldie Bronze one of the Goldie clays that is now available through Metal Clay in the UK. Anna wrote this free beginners tutorial to help get you started.   In this project you will learn how to roll your […]
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11 Sep, 2016

Previewing Art Clay 950

A couple of weeks ago LJS received a parcel from Metal Clay Ltd with a preview packet of the not yet available to buy Art Clay 950. Metal clay tutor Anna Campbell was very excited to have a go with it!   Art Clay 950 is a new formula of clay that is also being […]
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04 Sep, 2016

Innovative Jewellery Packaging

If you are in business the packaging you market your pieces in is important both aesthetically and practically. Tutor Anna Campbell has a look at some of the considerations. Packaging is one of the issues we talk about on the jewellery business courses at LJS and rightly so as it is important. Firstly because you […]
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04 Jul, 2016

Festival Style

Source: http://pitchfork.com/news/64875-youtube-launching-360-degree-live-streams-with-coachella-2016/ Anna Campbell has been looking at jewellery – festival style! Apparently summer is coming. Apparently. When summer comes we optimistically think we might be able to spend an extended period of time outside. Some years we’re right. Sometimes, well, summer is a bit more intermittent! Are you going to any festivals this summer? When […]
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28 Apr, 2016

Men’s Jewellery Part 1 – Father’s Day is coming…

With father’s day rapidly approaching in the UK (19th June in case you need to mark it on your calendar!) tutor Anna Campbell has been having a look at some of the trends in men’s jewellery. In the first part of this series on mancessories (is that a new word?!) she has been looking at […]
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07 Mar, 2015

Encouraging inspiration to strike

Inspiration can come to you in many ways, sometimes in the middle of the night when you suddenly awake, reach for the notepad you keep by the bed for these very moments – or from something you see or overhear in the street…or it doesn’t come to you at all. It is likely that every […]
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18 Jan, 2015

Quick weekend make – memory wire bracelet tutorial

 Because January is a month for trying new things, we are sharing a tutorial from our sister site Jewelry From Home that is perfect for anyone trying beading for the first time as well as fun for any jewellery fanatic – beautiful jewel colored memory wire bracelets. They are really simple to make and there […]
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06 Sep, 2014

Autumn leaf jewellery

This week a jeweller told us on Twitter how inspiring they found Autumn because of the colours the leaves turn. So that has prompted a look at autumn leaf jewellery.  Copper metal clay and fold formed copper are obvious choices for creating leaves in autumnal shades but it is striking how many jewellers are using […]
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29 Apr, 2014

Our favourite jewellery museums

Following on from our favourite jewellery events, we have picked out our favourite museums to see jewellery in. These are a few we’ve enjoyed but there are probably many more so please add your suggestions in the comments. V&A We love the V&A’s jewellery gallery which houses one of the finest and most comprehensive collections […]
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09 Aug, 2012

A beautifully inspiring place

Where does your inspiration come from? The jewellery designer behind Some Beautiful Place has created a blog where they shares images of the jewellery and the things that influence his or her work. From the south of France to beautiful sunsets and vintage images the blog is a riot of colour and beauty as well […]
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