Tag Archives: Silversmith

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

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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

New class: Hand stamped silver jewellery

We’ve just added a new exciting taster class especially for anyone interested in learning silversmithing techniques.

Hand stamped silver jewellery is a great first introduction to working with silver and would be an excellent grounding before taking our Beginners Silver Jewellery Day Class.

In this fun and creative taster session, you will have the chance to make a lovely piece of silver jewellery which you will personally hand stamp with your own message, date or symbol.
The piece will be made completely from scratch using sterling silver sheet and you will leave at the end of the
session with your beautifully unique and professional piece of jewellery.
This will be  fun two and half hours when you will learn about working  with metal and be introduced to concepts such as “annealling” and “pickling”.
It would also make a geat gift for anyone interested in developing their jewellery skills.