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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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20 Dec, 2012

New project: Make a felt bead necklace

Do you have some time off over Christmas and are looking for some jewellery making inspiration? Take a look at our projects page. There are lots of step-by-step projects for you to try out including a new addition on making this felt bead necklace. Designed by tutor Emma Ashworth – here in LJS colours – […]
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29 Nov, 2012

New videos and help for your jewellery business

Are you thinking of starting or growing a jewellery business? Mystified by pricing? All at sea when it comes to publicity? Don’t worry, the LJS Jewellery Business distance learning course has just been updated with new videos and more business advice than ever before from LJS founder Jessica Rose and tutors and succcessful jewellers  Anna […]
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27 Nov, 2012

New opportunities to raise your jewellery business’s profile

Opportunities to promote jewellery and new outlets for designer makers to sell their wares are very valuable so it’s worth letting you know about a couple of new ventures we’ve come across. First up is Sharon J Dale who is opening a showcase boutique in Barnes South West London, where she plans to exhibit and […]
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21 Nov, 2012

New Project: make your own spring rose necklace

We’ve added a lovely new silver clay project for you try at home to our projects page. The spring rose necklace by Jessica Rose uses a number of metal clay techniques to create a pretty piece with an attractive clasp. There are step-by-step instructions and photographs of each stage. Enjoy making the necklance. Please send […]
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19 Nov, 2012

New class: Hand stamped silver jewellery

We’ve just added a new exciting taster class especially for anyone interested in learning silversmithing techniques. Hand stamped silver jewellery is a great first introduction to working with silver and would be an excellent grounding before taking our Beginners Silver Jewellery Day Class. In this fun and creative taster session, you will have the chance […]
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16 Nov, 2012

LJS tutors are metal clay stars

One for your Christmas lists, perhaps. The Metal Clay Techniques Book by Sue Heaser is an encyclopedia of metal clay techniques from the basics through to ring making, bangles and bracelets, lockets and hinges, combined metal clays and mokume gane, sculpting, linking, and chain making. And among its illustrations of great metal clay work are […]
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14 Nov, 2012

Christmas jewellery making competition

Halloween and Bonfire Night are over so the High Street is entering full Christmas mode and jewellery makers everywhere are thinking about gifts – whether to sell or family and friends. So the only possible theme for this months competition is Christmas jewellery. What jewellery have you made that is inspired by Christmas? The prize […]
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09 Nov, 2012

The power of great photography

In September we ran a competition to win a professional jewellery photography shoot from photographer and LJS tutor Matt Cheetham.  The winner was Kim Styles with a silver and prehenite ring featuring flowers and vines. Above is Matt’s final picture of the ring and below Kim’s original. The ring looked attractive in the original picture […]
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05 Nov, 2012

Halloween winner

Congratulations to Faye Billington who’s “Blood Brooch” is the winner of our Halloween jewellery competition. We were very impressed with the drama of the blood drops and the clever use of polymer clay. It must look stunning on. Faye has won a jewellery making bundle from Beads Direct worth over £100 – we look forward […]
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23 Oct, 2012

Preparing your jewellery business for Christmas part 2 – online marketplace

This is the second in our series of jewellery business blog posts on preparing your jewellery business for Christmas. Last week tutor Anna Campbell looked at Christmas craft fairs and markets. This week she’s turning her attention to selling in the virtual world. More shoppers than ever are purchasing their Christmas gifts online. It’s so […]
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18 Oct, 2012

A closer look at October’s jewellery making prize

This month’s jewellery making competition prize is a bumper bundle worth over £100 from Beads Direct. There is so much in it we thought it was worth a closer look: Beads Even we don’t know what’s in the big bead hamper because Beads Direct want to retain some mystery. But when is opening a surprise […]
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28 Sep, 2012

Last chance to win a professional photoshoot

Don’t forget that our exciting competition to win a professional shoot of five pieces by pofessional jewellery photographer Matt Cheetham closes on Sunday. Matt has worked Heineken, Addidas, Diesel and Uniqlo, amongst others as well as independent designers and jewellers throughout London. Take a look at some more of his work here. He also  teaches […]
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17 Sep, 2012

Tutor Elizabeth Bone at Goldsmith’s Fair

Elizabeth Bone, who teaches silver at LJS , will be exhibiting her new work using oxidised silver and silk at the 30th annual Goldsmiths’ Fair  from Monday 24th to Sunday 30th of September 2012. You’ll find her on stand 56. If you love jewellery don’t miss out on a great opportunity to see the work of […]
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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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24 Sep, 2011

How to Market your Jewellery

When running a jewellery business we all want to spend the majority of our time making jewellery, but in order for it to be successful and make money customers need to know you exist and this is where the magical world of marketing comes in. Marketing is an umbrella term covering everything from paid advertising […]
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09 May, 2011

May Newsletter – Recycle Your Jewellery @ LJS

Latest news from LJS Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser.   Job Opportunity : Freelance Designer A new contemporary fashion jewellery start-up is looking for a designer to join them on a freelance basis to help develop their collections. They are looking for someone who is familiar working with silver […]
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24 Mar, 2011

Placement Opportunity at Diamond Thoughts

Diamond Thoughts specialises in designing and making jewellery in silver, platinum and white gold. Diamond Thoughts is looking for an enthusiastic, determined and reliable individual who is a creative, forward thinker to undertake a placement.  Students will gain hands on experience throughout the creative process, from generating and developing design ideas to sketching and wax […]
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