Diploma students show their style

We had a very busy day in the studio on Friday when our latest batch of Diploma in Creative Jewellery students put on their final exhibition, each showing a collection of pieces designed to reveal their particular jewellery style and the skills they have learned.

As always it was fascinating to see the different work on show and how each student develops their unique approach even though they all learn the same skill set.

Because it was such a busy day and evening, we didn’t get a chance to take pictures of every piece but we did get a few shots to show you the range of styles on show, as well as the talents of these students who all did very well.

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Ring by Pip Pearce


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Necklace and pendant by Lisa Homer


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Metal clay charm bracelet by Ursula Brucherseifer


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Metal clay and gemstone necklace from Denise Littlechild


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Bracelet by Christine Holmes


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Resin and silver ring from Claire Broome


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Necklace from Keiko Akaguma


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Eugenia Paiva’s silver and gemstone pieces


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Mari-Rammanets came up with an unusual display for her metal clay flower jewellery


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… as did Angela Parke for her earrings

If you would like to find out more about the diploma programmes and the different options for taking an intensive jewellery course one day per week, please click here



One Comment

  1. Posted October 2, 2015 at 9:18 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Well done everyone! I attended the show and loved all your work. I was amazed by the broad range of designs and I left feeling very inspired!

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