Diploma in Creative Jewellery graduates show off their final collections

Often the students who sign up for the Diploma in Creative Jewellery have only a small amount of jewellery making experience or have previously only specialised in one area such as beading or precious metal clay.

Yet after one day a week over a year (or seven weeks of daily classes  in the intensive course) they are producing work to rival established designers.

Over 20 students took part in the most recent diploma exhibition and we can only share a small selection of the work here. But we are creating a new gallery of diploma student’s work where you will soon be able to see more. Congratulations to all our diploma graduates – we wish them well in the future.

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Necklace and bracelet by Clio Saskia Thomas


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Cuff by Gaby Connell


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Moon inspired jewellery by Wendy Hellam


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Hannah Colvin’s bud cuff and seed ring


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Mixed media necklace inspired by Thailand by Emma Cartwright


Diploma in Creative Jewellery

Cuff by Lindsay Thackrah


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Earrings by Haidy Moussa


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Earrings by Clio Saskia Thomas


If these images have inspired you to develop your jewellery skills, you can find out more about the Diploma in Creative Jewellery here – the course takes one day a week and we regularly run the course at weekends, so it is possible to develop your jewellery career alongside your current job or commitments.

You can also meet former student Hannah Colvin, whose work is featured above, at the London Jewellery School studio warming on 16 October and hear her experiences of the course – click here for details.


One Comment

  1. Posted October 2, 2014 at 3:55 pm | Permalink | Reply

    And very lovely they are too. Well worth showing off ! Congratulations to the designers.

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