Jewellery Diploma – Students Showcase 2012

We are proud to announce that seven talented LJS students have recently completed the Diploma in Creative Jewellery, an intensive year-long course held at the London Jewellery School. We were so impressed by the work they had made throughout the course and for their final exhibition that we just had to share some of the pictures of their pieces with you…

Below you can see the marvelous creations of; Zoe Richardson, Rose Astor, Menna Lloyd, Paula Maxera, Zohreah Azarnoosh, Sam Peliza and Rachel Zion Sicsic

The Jewellery Diploma last 1 year and runs one day per week for three terms with intakes in January and September each year as well as a summer intensive option starting in July. The course is open to people from all walks of life of different ages and abilities. To find out more and to download a free application pack visit

Until next time,
Happy Making, LJS x


  1. Posted August 3, 2012 at 7:18 pm | Permalink | Reply

    I particularly love the fish ring! and the silver piece with the lovely flower on it… all so creative, well done to everyone.

  2. Mick
    Posted August 4, 2012 at 2:47 am | Permalink | Reply

    They will be making gold medals next! Well done to all and especially to Dual Nation, Zoe Richardson! Well done!

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  1. […] The Diploma in Creative Jewellery is proving so popular that at the time of writing we only have one place left on the September intake. But if you are still contemplating the plunge into a year of jewellery training, don’t despair there will be more places available in January. The Diploma involves attending our studios in the heart of London’s jewellery quarter one day per week for three 10-week term and creating your own collection using a range of techniques and materials. Take a look at some of the beautiful work of this summer’s graduates here. […]

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