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08 Oct, 2018

Design jewellery inspired by architecture – a partnership with the Royal Institute of British Architects

You’re invited to a unique jewellery workshop inspired by Art-deco surroundings. We’re very excited to announce that we are partnering with the Royal Institute of British Architects and will be running a beginners wax carved ring workshop in the gorgeous art-deco RIBA building. What: Wax carved ring inspired by architecture Where: RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London […]
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01 Oct, 2018

World Architecture Day-1st October

Here we look at the many ways that jewellery can be made architectural as a celebration of World Architecture Day. Architects love putting on different creative hats within the design world. The humble chair is often the focus of their attentions, but they are equally inclined (rather than reclined) to turn their hands to the […]
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27 Sep, 2018

Sale now on at the London Jewellery School

We have good news and bad news. Firstly the bad news. We have reluctantly taken the decision to put up our class prices on 1st January 2019. We haven’t put our prices up for nearly 5 years and I’m sure you understand that as costs continue to increase we need to make sure these are covered. […]
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10 Sep, 2018

Student Jeweller of the month for September – Sally Costen

Tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do I am a graphic designer with 30 years of experience, specialising in branding and packaging. I have been running my own company for many years. Mother of a fabulous 11 yr old boy. I am a Northern Soul dancer, a terrible cook, music and fashion lover who […]
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16 Aug, 2018

You don’t need a degree to run a successful jewellery business

The A-level results are out today and for those picking up your envelope, we really hope you got the results you wanted. Whether you are just getting your results, have completed a Foundation course or are thinking of retraining we wanted to let you know that you don’t need a jewellery degree to learn how […]
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13 Aug, 2018

Student jewellery of the month for August – Katarzyna Przychodzka

Tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do I’m Katarzyna Przychodzka. I am an economist and big fan of sports. I love mountains and beautiful flowers, my garden is my passion! When did your interest in jewellery making start? My adventure with jewellery began with a birthday gift from a girlfriend – […]
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08 Aug, 2018

International Cat Day-Wednesday 8th August

On your finger, in your hair, cat jewellery everywhere! Happy International Cat Day, well they say every dog has his day so we shall take this purrfect opportunity to celebrate all things feline. First we broach (brooch) the subject with Lea Stein. She is to cats what Cartier is to ducks and is one of […]
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06 Aug, 2018

Showcasing jewellery designed and made by our Diploma students

We have had two Diploma groups studying for their Intensive Diplomas this summer and we are really proud to share just a sample of the work they have made below. Many of them had not made jewellery before and what they have achieved over the course of the Diploma is fantastic, congratulations to you all. […]
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30 Jul, 2018

International Friendship Day-Monday 30th July

We all get by with a little help from our friends. Sometimes more than others. But there’s never a bad time to tell a friend you think they’re golden so we’re loving the reminder of International Friendship day today. Erica Weiner’s range helpfully takes us from historic pieces to modern twists in the quest to […]
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10 Jul, 2018

Don’t Step On A Bee Day -Tuesday 10th July

The buzz on the street is that bees are pretty important to this little rock we call home.  The bee population in some countries has halved over the last decade and their pollination discos affect far more than just honey production . Our busy worker mates are essential to a healthy environment and the diversity […]
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06 Jul, 2018

Could you be our new General Manager? We are hiring

Do you wish you could combine your talents in business with your passion for jewellery and make a living? If so, then we’ve got some exciting news to share with you! We’re looking to hire a General Manager to run our prestigious London Jewellery School, based in Hatton Garden (the vibrant and super trendy jewellery quarter […]
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16 Jun, 2018

Clasps 4,000 Years of Fasteners in Jewellery by Anna Tabakhova

This week I have been taking a look at jeweller and collector Anna Tabakhova’s book ‘Clasps: 4000 years of fasteners in Jewellery’ which details a fascination with the fastener throughout the ages and I’ve already changed my attitude towards the clasp as just a means to an end. From Egyptian times the oldest removable clasp followed […]
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09 Jun, 2018

The duck days aren’t over-Donald Duck Day-Saturday 9th June

On Donald Duck day (honestly, it is a thing) how better to celebrate that watch all of his great moments of exasperation on screen or peruse the jewels made in the image of his ducky mates. They are certainly all they are quacked up to be! Happy encrusted duck ring by Chopard The King of Jewellers […]
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03 Jun, 2018

Introducing our new Gemmology tutor – Deborah Mazza

Do you wish you had more knowledge about gemstones? To feel more confident when talking to customers or when choosing stones to buy? We have just created a new one-day Gemstones Masterclass and want to introduce our new expert tutor Deborah Mazza. Tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do I was born […]
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01 Jun, 2018

Student jeweller of the month for June – Neena Shilvock

Tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do I have a day job that is far removed from anything creative, I am an obstetrician and gynaecologist and have been a consultant at a hospital in the Midlands for twenty years. About seven years ago, after a devastating bereavement, I looked for a […]
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