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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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25 Mar, 2018

Wax carved jewellery inspiration

We are LOVING wax carved jewellery at the moment but what can you make when you’ve mastered the technique? Here is some inspiration from our talented tutors and students to get you thinking. (And here is a blog post from our own Lil Adams on what wax carving is and how casting works in case […]
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17 Feb, 2018

Job opportunity – Tutor in Gemology

We are recruiting for our talented tutor team! Background We have a popular evening taster class Introduction to Gemstones and we would like to add a more advanced one day class in Gemology to our course offering. In this role you will write and deliver a one day course that covers the topic that is informative, […]
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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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07 Dec, 2016

Our jewellery making christmas list!

With christmas just around the corner we asked some of our staff what is on their jewellery making christmas list!   Jessica Rose – Founder Source etsy: https://www.etsy.com/market/aquamarine_beads ‘Gemstones! I love working with gemstone beads, particularly citrine, blue topaz, aquamarine …’   Anna Campbell – Tutor Source: http://www.metalclay.co.uk/jooltool/ Jool Tool and metal clay bead builders ‘After a visit to […]
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09 Nov, 2016

Adventures in wax carving – Week 2!

So last week I posted about week 1 of my 5 week Wax Carving Evening Class at the London Jewellery School.  We have now had our second week of our class and it is fair to say that we were all getting into the swing of things and powering forward with our designs!  Some of us […]
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01 Nov, 2016

Adventures in wax carving…Week 1

I have been a silversmith for almost 7 years now, and have learned my trade exclusively through short courses including many of the London Jewellery School’s courses.  I love the fact that there is always a new skill or technique to learn in jewellery making as it is such a vast subject, and try and […]
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16 Oct, 2016

Behind the scenes at Create and Craft TV

Metal clay tutor Anna Campbell made her live TV debut for the London Jewellery School on Create and Craft TV last week. She gives us a behind the scenes look at what goes into making the show   Earlier this year our founder and director Jessica Rose appeared for the first time on the shopping […]
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28 Sep, 2016

Why choose a private tuition class at the London Jewellery School

Tutor Anna Campbell has recently taught a number of private tuitions for us. She makes the case for choosing a private tuition and gives the case study example of one of our private students   Title: Pieces made during a private tuition (by the tutee and tutor)   At the London Jewellery School we offer […]
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01 Jun, 2016

Rent a jewellery studio or work from home – a journey

In March this year tutor Anna Campbell wrote on the blog about her thoughts about renting a jewellery studio versus working from home. She now has an update! Whether to rent a jewellery studio or work from home was an issue that was at the forefront of my mind when I wrote the blog post […]
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25 Apr, 2016

Why I work in wax…

Some of you may have already seen me sitting behind the desk typing away in the LJS office.  I’m the Deputy Manager at the LJS studios and I also make my own jewellery, under the name of ‘Anvil and Ivy’.  Juggling a jewellery business and a job can be tricky, but I wouldn’t change a […]
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24 Apr, 2016

Free tickets for Made in Clerkenwell open studios in May

Three of our tutors work from their jewellery studios at Craft Central, near Farringdon/St Pauls stations. They will be participating in the open studio event coming up, Made in Clerkenwell and invite you to come and nose around the studios!   What is Made in Clerkenwell? Made in Clerkenwell ‘is a bi-annual celebration of Craft […]
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19 Mar, 2016

Pass It Along – a new way to inspire jewellers

LJS tutor Penny Akester started the Pass It Along jewellery challenge this year. But what is it?   The Pass It Along project is a group jewellery making challenge – it was open to any jeweller who was interested in challenging themselves. It is designed to enable unexpected and unplanned collaboration between makers – to […]
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22 Jan, 2016

Support tutor Sarah’s beading marathon

We’ve all heard of people running or cycling to raise money for good causes, but London Jewellery School tutor Sarah Burnett-Moore has set herself a beading challenge that also requires a lot of effort as she explains here: “I was diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time last year (after nearly ten years), and […]
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18 Jun, 2015

LJS tutor Rosie Sanders named new designer of the year

Congratulations to Rosie Sanders who won the new designer of the year category at the UK Jewellery Awards at the Tower of London this week. Rosie, who teaches silver and wood jewellery classes at London Jewellery School, beat other up-and-coming jewellers Kristjan Eyjolfsson, Sara Gunn, Phoebe Sherwood-Moore, Cara Tonkin, Charlotte Valkeniers and Tessa Packard.   […]
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17 Mar, 2015

Design success for LJS backroom woman

We often talk about the successes of the wonderful jewellers that teach at London Jewellery School, but did you know we also employ a talented clothes designer? Bronagh Miskelly, our press and marketing co-ordinator and business and web tutor, is also a knitwear designer and pattern writer (you may have seen her knitting at lunc […]
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20 Jan, 2015

January, a perfect time to tackle UFOs (unfinished objects)

Did anyone else feel the need to clean their house on new year’s eve? I know many people were having parties, seeing fireworks, having fun while I was slaving over a hot vacuum cleaner but I had this compulsion to see in the new year in a tidy, clean home. (Which perhaps says a little […]
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08 Dec, 2014

Tutor profile: Helen Walls

We’ve had a few new tutors join us in recent months, so we thought it was about time you met some of them, starting with Helen Walls who teaches beading and fashion jewellery. What sort of jewellery do you make and teach? I like to use a wide range of materials in my work, from […]
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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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