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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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13 Feb, 2014

London Jewellery School in the news

February is proving a great month for news and press coverage about London Jewellery School and its tutors. First up is the March issue of Prima which features an interview with Diploma in Creative Jewellery graduate Charlotte Tabor who cites LJS founder Jessica Rose as her inspiration for changing her life and launcing her own jewellery […]
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05 Feb, 2014

Jewellery Business Week: Learn from other people’s experience

“There are no such things as mistakes – only learning experiences”. Every jewellery business will face setbacks and have things go wrong, it is part of life but you can prepare yourself by learning from other people’s experiences. With this in mind London Jewellery School asked some of the designers it works with to share […]
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04 Feb, 2014

Jewellery Business Week: Get to know your customers via social media

London Jewellery School tutor and jewellery designer Anna Campbell reveals how social media can help you know more about what your customers think and get them to help you make decisions. As a designer/maker I can feel a little isolated. I’m sure there are times when you feel the same. Often I am working alone […]
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01 Feb, 2014

Make sparkling Valentine’s earrings

London Jewellery School tutor Gail Florio provides a step by step guide to making these diamond shaped Swarovski earrings with blood red heart in simple bead and wire weave -perfect for a Valentine’s Day date. And it’s just one of many free jewellery making projects you can find on our website. Gail is a beader […]
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15 Jan, 2014

An Evening with Linda Jones

Thursday 13 February 7pm-8.30pm Linda Jones has been designing and making metal and wire jewellery for 20 years. For the last 14 years she has specialised in wirework, writing eight project books on the subject, contributing designs to magazines in the UK and US, filming online tutorials as well as demonstrating and teaching from her […]
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09 Jan, 2014

Jewellery School comes to your kitchen table

Have you always wanted to learn to make your own jewellery or build up your jewellery techniques but struggled to make it to a course or learn from a book? Or have you really wished you could repeat a course to truly perfect a technique? Now, there is a solution from the experts at London […]
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13 May, 2013

Vote Rosie: LJS tutor is a jeweller to watch

We are delighted to announce that LJS tutor Rosie Sanders has been chosen as one of the top ten up and coming jewellers to take part in the KickStart programme for International Jewellery London (IJL), the biggest jewellery trade show in the UK. As part of the KickStart programme Rosie will be exhibiting on a […]
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27 Mar, 2013

Make a woven cord and chain bracelet

Looking for a new jewellery idea to try over the Easter break? Or perhaps you need to amuse the kids. The latest step-by step-project on our website might be just the ticket. This cord and chain bracelet, from designer and LJS tutor Hayley Kruger, is a versatile project that can be worn by men and […]
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08 Mar, 2013

Jewellery making project: textures for metal clay

If you want to create truly unique metal clay or polymer clay jewellery, you’ll want to take a look at our latest step-by-step project on creating texture sheets. The project, from LJS tutor Mary Ann Nelson, takes you through the process of working with UV light and photo polymer plates to turn black and white […]
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27 Feb, 2013

See beautiful designs by LJS tutors at the Desire Fair

At London Jewellery School we’re very lucky to have wonderful independent jewellers as tutors for our classes. Now there is a chance to see some of their own work at the Desire Fair in London’s Kensington Conference Centre on 15 to 17 March. Five tutors will be exhibiting some of their work on our stand […]
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06 Feb, 2013

Make your own beaded heart earrings

We’ve added another step-by-step jewellery making guide to our projects page. These Swarovski Crystal earrings by Gail Florio are prefect for a Valentine’s night out and easy to make by following six simple steps. Our collection of projects for you to make at home cover the wide range of techniques we teach at LJS – […]
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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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15 Jan, 2013

Jewellery Business Week – Anna Campbell shares her web wisdom

Anna Campbell is an LJS tutor teaching a number of jewellery making classes and PR for your Jewellery Business. She mentors artists and crafters in setting up their website and using social media to promote their businesses for Crafty Websites and runs her own jewellery business, Light Boat Jewellery. She is also one of the […]
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10 Jan, 2013

Your January jewellery business to do list

Last year tutor Anna Campbell wrote a series of posts to prepare you for your Christmas sales. Now she’s back with a quick reminder of some new year jewellery business tasks. I hope you had a bumper Christmas of sales. January tends to be a quieter time so hopefully you’ll have a bit of breathing […]
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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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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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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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02 Nov, 2012

LJS founder shortlisted for women in business award

London Jewellery School founder Jessica Rose has been shortlisted for The Artemis Award for business owners aged 25 and under in the NatWest Everywoman Awards. The awards recognise women in business and champion female entrepreneurship and previous award winners include Hilary Devey, now well-known from Dragons’ Den, and cosmetics entrepreneur Jo Malone. Jessica impressed the […]
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