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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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11 May, 2017

What can you learn in an evening?

Here at the London Jewellery School, we have classes of different lengths but which do you choose if you’d just like to try out a new technique? Tutor Anna Campbell gives you the lowdown on our taster classes   What are taster classes? Our taster classes are short evening classes designed to get you started […]
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01 Sep, 2016

Our shortlist for the Jewellery Maker of the Year 2016!

Wow, we have been overwhelmed by all of the beautiful entries submitted to our 2016 Maker of the Year Competition!  You are all a talented bunch!  Thank you to everyone who entered and shared their beautiful work with us! It was so hard choosing our short-list of candidates!   We absolutely love each and every […]
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10 Mar, 2016

Inspirations: Polymer clay jewellery

At London Jewellery School we think that polymer clay is sometimes unfairly seen as a only for kids. That may be because it is often displayed in primary colours and children’s kits. However, it is a versitile material which you can use to create sophisicticated effects as you can see here.         […]
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15 Oct, 2015

Mixed media and polymer clay – new classes coming your way

From Missoni to Marni, fashion houses have been featuring more affordable materials in their jewellery ranges such as wood and Perspex, which makes it the perfect time to launch some new classes to help you achieve striking effects in materials that won’t break the bank. Two options for a new Mixed Media Jewellery class are […]
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01 May, 2015

Faux gemstones in polymer clay

Here at London Jewellery School we are already starting to work on the 2016 timetable and prospectus which means we are thinking about new classes for next year (and may be even this year). One area where are students have asked for more classes is in polymer clay – especially about more intermediate techniques and […]
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28 Jun, 2014

In the jewellery workshop: Cutting your clay

Polymer and metal clay fan Emily Jones takes a look at the options for getting cleaner cuts and more unusual shapes with your clay. If you like me love to create jewellery from polymer clay or metal clay, you probably have a collection of cookie cutters in a variety of shapes and sizes. If you […]
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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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17 Feb, 2014

Bella’s jewellery looks good enough to eat

There’s a new addition to the wide range of London Jewellery School taster classes and this one is quite mouthwatering – jewellery based on some of our favourite sweet treats. Polymer clay specialist Bella Skye is joining the ranks of the LJS tutors with a class on creating “sweetie jewellery” including Oreo pendants and Love […]
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21 Mar, 2013

Make jewellery at the Big Bead Show

If you are planning to visit the jewellery maker’s delight, the Big Bead Show at Sandown Racecourse in Surrey on 6 April why not book in for a jewellery class with our very own Chu-Mei Ho. Chu-Mei will be teaching two workshops – one each on fashion necklaces and chandelier earrings – and they are […]
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11 Feb, 2013

Spring jewellery trends

What will your jewellery look be this spring? Have you been looking to the catwalks for inspiration. At LJS we’ve been taking a look to see what’s leading the way. It seems for this spring and summer the key words are bright, big and bold. A browse through the magazine and fashion blogs brings up […]
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30 Jan, 2013

Make beautiful jewellery gifts with our free project tutorials

If you are looking for new ideas to create beautiful jewellery gifts take a look at our projects page for a range of ideas with step-by-step instructions. For example we’ve just added this lovely polymer clay Blue Bird necklace (above) by tutor Emma Ashworth. Here the birds are delivering a Valentine message but it could […]
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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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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 Feb, 2012

Jewellery Making Project: Make a Polymer Clay Marshmallow Bracelet

Make this yummy polymer clay marshmallow charm bracelet in 9 simple steps… You will need:   Polymer clay in pastel colours Snake roller/ CD case or Glass coaster Tissue blade Oven/ mini table top oven Chain nose pliers and wire cutter Arildate (two-part epoxy glue) Eye pins Silver plated chain Silver plated clasp, closed jump […]
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