News from London Jewellery School June 2012

News from London Jewellery School

June 2012

LJS at London Jewellery Week

As many of you may know, London Jewellery Week was earlier this month and LJS held some free taster jewellery making classes at the Jewel East event in Old Spitialfields Market. It was a great sucess and we met lots of new faces, as well as some LJS regulars, made some trendy beaded bracelets, as well as the signature LJS Cocktail Rings. If you attended any events at London Jewellery Week do let us know over on our facebook page as we would love to hear what you are all up to. To find out more take a look at our blog post about the event on the following link – Blog post on London Jewellery Week

Come Along to Our Diploma End of Year Exhibition

The Diploma in Creative Jewellery is our longest and most in-depth course lasting 1 year and consisting of a whole range of different classes and techniques. Come along and support our students, see the studios and check out the final work that the Diploma students have created whilst enjoying a glass of wine on us. The exhibition is on Friday 13th July, 7-9pm and we will make sure it is not an unlucky day!  If you would like to come please RSVP to so we know who to expect.

New and Improved Jewellery Business Distance Learning Course

After selling over 100 of our Jewellery Business Distance Learning Courses we now have a new and improved version with over 30 extra pages in the workbook, more case studies and new added benefits such as free membership and email support. If you are interested in setting up your own business and can’t make it to our jewellery business day class then this distance learning course is the perfect solution. Packed full of handy hints, tips and info on setting up your own business, as well as plenty of case studies with advice from jewellers working in the industry today. For full details and to order your copy now visit

Watch our New Video Tutorials in Collaboration with Video Jug

Earlier this year we teamed up with the lovely people over at Video Jug (an online ‘how to’ video website) and created a whole range of jewellery making tutorials in everything from making silver beaded jewellery, to polymer clay, silver and fashion jewellery. If you fancy topping up your jewellery making skills from your own home take a look at the new selection of videos and let us know what you think. To see the videos click here.

Send Us Your News – So We Can Shout About it!
We love hearing from you guys whether you have attended 100’s of classes, just one, or have not yet come to see us. We want to hear about budding jewellery businesses, events you have been to, plans you have for the future, pieces you are making and anything else you want to share with us. Email your news to or post on our facebook page. Our students are the backbone of the Jewellery School and we would love to share your news as much as we can so get sharing.

Visit our Growing Members Directory

The LJS membership is growing all the time with over 200 new members signed up since January this year, take a look at what some of them are up to by browsing our Members Directory. And if you would like to become a member and add your listing to our directory click here for full detials on how to sign up.

Saturday 7th July
£20.00 (exc VAT)
Learn to make your own stylish shamballa bracelet from scratch in this fun short class suitable for complete beginners.
Saturday 7th July
£59.00 (ex VAT)

Make a beautiful pair of professional silver cufflinks from scatch in this beginners level silver jewellery class. Perfect for presents and personalised jewellery.
Tuesday 10th July
£35.00 (ex VAT)

Spend the evening learning to cut and saw shapes in silver at make your very one solid silver charm to take home. Suitable for complete beginners.

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