Keep up your skills in-between classes with our jewellery making YouTube tutorials

Do you get withdrawal symptoms between classes? Wanting to learn new techniques or perfect old ones and can’t wait till the next class? We understand, it’s only natural. And we have just the solution… our new YouTube channel.


jewellery making video tutorial

London Jewellery School TV is host to a range of free online tutorials for you to try out.

It is fairly new so we’d really like you to have a look at the videos we’ve added so far and leave us some comments to tell us what you would like to learn next. Then we’ll do our best to meet your needs.

We know that nothing compares to coming along to one of our jewellery courses where you can learn hands on from one of our many expert jewellers, but isn’t YouTube great for picking up handy hints and tips? We love it.

Our mission is for as many people as possible to enjoy the fun and creativity of jewellery making, and as the saying goes, giving is receiving, so if you know any potential jewellery lovers out there who might want to have a go making jewellery from home, please send them the link to help spread the creativity. It might just make their day.

And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel to be in the loop with when we update with new videos too.

And please share what you’ve been making by uploading your pics to Instagram and tagging us @londonjewelleryschool or sharing with us on any other social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. We can then share your makes with our lovely community of jewellery lovers.

We hope you enjoy our video tutorials


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