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You’re invited! Free demonstrations and exclusive discount at our open evening


You are invited! We’d love you to join us for our FREE open evening on Tuesday 30th October, 6.30-8.30pm in our Hatton Garden studios.

Enjoy a drink, some jewellery chat, meet our Founder Jessica Rose and our new manager Mirielle and learn techniques while watching our expert jewellery making demonstrations. Jeweller Michelle Leaver will be demonstrating enamelling and Amy Keeper will be demonstrating silversmithing techniques.

If you are interested in finding out more about our courses including our Jewellery Diplomas it’s a great opportunity to come and visit, see the studios and ask questions.

AND we are offering an exclusive discount on day and evening courses booked in person that evening. Take 20% off! We’ve announced that prices will rise on some of our courses in January so now’s a great time to book for 2018 and 2019 with discount.

No need to RSVP, just join us on the night!

Address: London Jewellery School. New House, 67-68 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8JY

Any questions? Give us a call on 0203 176 0546 or email info@londonjewelleryschool.co.uk

You’re invited to our open evening event on 16th May

You are invited to our open evening. There will be drinks and nibbles and the opportunity to mingle with like-minded people who live and love all things jewellery!
We will also have two expert jewellery making demonstrations and the opportunity to ask questions.
Sophie Arnott will be demoing Wax Carving from 6.45pm to 7.15pm
Michelle Leaver will be demoing Stacked Silver Bangles from 7.30pm to 8.00pm
When? Wednesday 16th May 2018, 6.30-8.30pm 
Where? London Jewellery School, Rear Ground Floor Studios, NEW HOUSE, 67-68 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8JY
No need to RSVP, just turn up!

Join us for an evening of jewellery talks and networking

Dip Exhibition April 10 web
 Thursday 28 May, 6.30pm-9pm
Join us at the London Jewellery School studios to hear from jewellery sector insiders about different parts of this exciting and inspiring industry.
Already confirmed are:
Sarah-Jane Newland of Shangrila Gems who will talk about sourcing gemstones and finding  the right stones for your projects.

And Sian Hamilton, editor of Making Jewellery magazine and the new Jewelry Workshop series. Sian will be talking about submitting projects to magazines and getting you and your jewellery noticed.

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Keep an eye out for other additions to the programme.
There will also be time to take a look round the studios, find out about new course, meet fellow jewellery makers and catch up over a drink, plus the chance to pick up an essential supply or two from our pop up shop.

To reserve your place email us on info@londonjewelleryschool.co.uk or phone 020 3176 0546.


Our doors are always open – Pics & bits from our recent open evening…

Last week saw the long awaited first ever official LJS open evening, hopefully the first of many. We opened our doors for an evening for everyone and anyone to come and have a look at our lovely studios, meet some super tutors and pick our brains about classes and of course, making jewellery. 

A full house for the evening!

As it was our first one, we were unsure of how many prospective students to expect but were pleasantly surprised to have a full house – so thanks alot to everyone who managed to make it down and to anyone who missed it, don’t worry, we are already busy planning another one for early September.

Demonstrations from Chu-mei and Michelle on Metal Clay and Enamel

One of the highlights of the evening was a selection of ongoing demonstrations from 4 of our expert jewellery tutors: Michael Milloy on perspex and silver, Michelle Leaver on enamel, Chu-mei Ho on metal clay and Helen Stay on beading and wirework. They certainly seemed popular and hopefully has inspired a few new budding jewellers.

Raising a toast

Last but by no means least, in true London Jewellery School style we of course raided our drinks cupboard and cracked out the cookies to raise a glass of wine and a custard creme (of course not, more like a luxury choc-chip) to jewellery making, which we are endlessly passionate about and it was lovely to see so many others interested too. To all of our students old and new, thanks for your support and our door is always open to pop in anytime you like.

Have a lovely weekend and Happy Making