Latest News and Opportunities from LJS

In this newsletter

  • New diploma dates announced
  • EC one unsigned jewellery competition
  • Part-time jewellery technition
  • Student spotlight: Jasmine Juvante
  • NEW CLASS: Make your own fascinator
  • Be the face of LJS
  • Dates for your diary: Open Evening 22nd Sept
  • LJS in the press

New Diploma Dates Announced: October intake for our ‘Diploma in Creative Jewellery’ has been full for over a month now with a wating list but the good news is we have now added the dates for January and September 2012. For full info click here.

EC One unsigned Jewellery Competition
EC One is a beautiful jewellery boutique with stores in Clerkenwell and Notting Hill. Entries have recently opened for their unsigned graduate competition.The lucky winner will have the chance to sell their jewellery collection at EC one stores, with full PR, marketing and design advice from EC One and their PR company, Push PR – a fantastic opportunity for any budding new designer! For full info click here.
Student Spotlight: Jasmine Juvanteny

The lovely Jasmine has been a LJS student since the start and attended a full range of classes in silver, metal clay and much more. She now runs her own jewellery business Jasmin Studio Jewellery and has some stunning pieces. Inspired by a love of all things crafty Jasmin Studio has now expanded to include a small jewellery craft shop,Jasmin Studio Crafts selling lovely bits and pieces. We are so proud of you Jasmine, keep up the great work 🙂

Date for your Diary: LJS Open Evening 22nd September

Ok so we know its a while off but thought we would let you know our next open evening is on Thursday 22nd Septepmer 6.30-9pm. So pop it in your diary and we hope to see you then, for full details click here.

Opportunity: Part-time jewellery technician required

Handcrafted Jewellery Label seeks jewellery technician for ongoing part time work to assemble designs/prototypes. Payment is per piece and hours are flexible.
Please send resume and sample photos of work to :

NEW Class – Make your own feather fascinator

Learn to make your own stunning feather fascinator from scratch in our brand new fascinator making workshoptaking place, 6.30-9pm Friday 19th August
Our expert tutor and professional fascinator artist Gail Florio will guide you through the whole process from start to finish and you will leave at the end of the evening with a beautifully handcrafted and truly unique fascinator all for only £35.00 (exc. VAT). For full details and booking please click here.

Be the face of London Jewellery School

We are looking for students to take part in a new photoshoot taking place on Saturday 6th August 5.30-7pm at our studios. You don’t need to be a model, all shapes a sizes are welcome and the photos will be used on our website and in promotional material. So if you have some spare time and don’t mind striking a pose for us please email all models will be given a free gift as a token of our appreciation for their time.

Thursday 11th August
£110 (exc VAT)
Learn to make your own chains, whether it be to use with a pendant or piece of jewellery or as a stand alone chain, making your own chains is a valuable and rewarding skill to learn.
Wednesday 17th August
£105 (ex VAT)

Take your work to the next level with our Advanced Beading class – a great follow on from our intermediate beading class and a must for all beading addicts!
Beginners Beading

Monday 15th August
£105 (ex VAT)
A great introduction to beaded jewellery, this class covers everything you need to know about the tools, materials and findings that you need to start making beautiful beaded jewellery.
If you have any news you would like us to put in our newsletters please do let us know by emailing us at

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