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Dear valued students, the London Jewellery School premises will not be reopening this year 2021 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 rather than telephone. Best wishes LJS Team x
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We’re 10 this year! Have a free £10 voucher

28 Feb, 2019

We’re 10 this year! Have a free £10 voucher

We’re so excited that we’re ten this year. So much has changed in the last ten years and we are looking forward to celebrating our official birthday on 21st April. But for now, we’ve decided to give those that are attending our workshops a £10 voucher to spend on their next workshop booking. There’s no […]
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Valentines versus Galentines. Which would you choose?

21 Jan, 2019

Valentines versus Galentines. Which would you choose?

We’re having a debate in the LJS offices at the moment about which will be most popular – Valentines or Galentines. We have our traditional Valentines day evening taster workshop on 14th February (6.30-9pm) for couples to come and make each other a silver ring. It has always been a popular option and is a […]
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29 Jun, 2016

Tool Time – Barrel Polishers

For the next post in our series about great workshop tools to add to your collection we are going to be talking about Barrel Polishers (also called Tumblers)! When you first start to make silver Jewellery you will probably polish by hand using sand paper of varying grits to get a nice smooth finish on […]
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16 Sep, 2014

In the jewellery workshop: Hammer time

If you were to create the sound track of the London Jewellery School studios, hammering would definitely feature. Hammers are an essential for silversmithing as well as being useful for other jewellery-making such as wire work. So here are a few that would be useful in any jewellery workshop.
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25 Jul, 2014

In the jewellery workshop: Making space

Where do you do your jewellery making? Do you have a workshop or like many, have you colonised a bit of the kitchen table? At this time of year it’s possible to bead in the garden or, like one of the London Jewellery School team, turn a flat’s balcony into an open air resin work […]
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23 Feb, 2014

In the jewellery workshop: Going green at your workbench part 2

On Friday, Penny Akester suggested some easy changes you can make to make your jewellery hobby or business greener. Now she looks at items specifically used in the workshop… Pickle The pickle usually used to clean your metal is safety pickle, despite it’s name, it is still a polluting chemical and if you’ve ever got […]
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29 Jan, 2014

In the jewellery workshop: Lighting

Lighting is an essential aspect of your jewellery making space regardless of whether you have a permanent workspace or have to set up an area when you want to work. Being able to see your work clearly is key if you are to be able to complete fiddly tasks, ensure colours work and finish items […]
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