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Diploma Exhibition Invitation – 29th September 2017


You are cordially invited to the Diploma in Creative Jewellery Exhibition, but no need to RSVP, just come along for free! It’s a great opportunity to visit the school if you are thinking of taking a class with the added incentive of checking out what our most recent students have been making. Drinks and nibbles will also be in attendance. We will look forward to seeing you!

When: Friday 29th September 2017, 6.30-8pm

Where: London Jewellery School, Rear Ground Floor Studios, NEW HOUSE, 67-68 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8JY

See LJS student Natasha’s work at Islington Contemporary Art and Design Fair

Advanced Jewellery Diploma graduate and London Jewellery School regular Natalia Markland will be exhibiting her jewellery at Islington Contemporary Art and Design Fair.

islington contemporary design fair

Natasha likes combining various jewellery techniques to express her ideas and thoughts. At the show she will be exhibiting her fine and sterling silver Highbury 2015 collection inspired by local parks and the spirit of Islington, as well as her experimentations with semi-precious stones and resin.

She  also teaches jewellery to children, so at the exhibition you’ll have a chance to see five necklaces designed and created by five extremely talented 11-year old girls from her current group (more information about their work is available on Gill Wing blog). They will also share their unique stories behind each artwork.

natasha Collage

The private view is on Friday the 27th of November from 5pm to 9pm, but also feel free to come on Saturday the 28th or Sunday the 29th of November, from 11am until 6pm. Entry is free. Natasha says: “Bring friends, relatives and your lovely children – we’ll have sweets for the younger visitors.”

The event is being held at the Candid Arts Centre, 3 Torrens Street, Angel, EC1V 1NQ


Tutor Elizabeth Bone at Goldsmith’s Fair

Silk and oxidised silver

Elizabeth Bone, who teaches silver at LJS , will be exhibiting her new work using oxidised silver and silk at the 30th annual Goldsmiths’ Fair  from Monday 24th to Sunday 30th of September 2012. You’ll find her on stand 56.
If you love jewellery don’t miss out on a great opportunity to see the work of some of the most creative contemporary jewellers and silversmiths at the 30th annual Goldsmiths’ Fair.
Over a period of two weeks – 24 September to 7 October – 180 jewellers and silversmiths will show their latest designs and collections. With so many jewellers taking part there is bound to be a style to appeal to every visitor.
One of the special aspects of the fair is that the designers are there. Having the opportunity to meet and talk about their creative process is a must for anyone who makes their own jewellery.
But it’s not just about established designers and makers. Ten graduate designers – five in each week – have been given free stands to exhibit their work as part of the Goldsmiths’ Company commitment to the development of young craftspeople.
Entrance by is by catalogue purchasable on the door (£7 for one week, £12 for two weeks).