Jobs

Chief Executive Officer, The Gemmological Association of Great Britain (Gem-A) - Farringdon, London EC1N 6TD

The world’s longest-established gemmological teaching institute is seeking a CEO of the highest calibre, to spearhead its continued growth. Gem-A traces its history back more than 100 years, and now provides gemmological education and examinations internationally, with teaching centres in 17 different...

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Jeweller / Goldsmith, Andre Noir - Farnham, Surrey

Andre Noir specialise in bespoke commissioned jewellery, as well as stocking a vast supply of necklaces, bracelets, rings, pendants and the ever popular Troll Beads. Repairs and alterations are carried out in the in-house workshop. Andre Noir are now looking for an experienced Jeweller for our busy workshop...

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Experienced Jeweller / Goldsmith, Stephen Einhorn - Islington, London

We are looking for a very experienced jeweller to work in our busy Islington workshop, full time, from Febuary 2016. This is a rare opportunity to work for a leading and established jewellery designer. You will be working on master patterns, bespoke and production pieces which are all made in house including...

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General Workshop Duties Assistant (Paid Internship), Elliot-Fitzpatrick - Clerkenwell, London



Elliot-Fitzpatrick has an excellent reputation within the industry for polishing and plating. Our clients range from starting fashion jewellery designers to luxurious, well-established international silverware brands. We are a key workshop for silversmiths presenting their work at shows like Goldsmiths’...

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Operations Co-Ordinator (Full Time), Betts Metal Sales - Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

Operations Co-Ordinator Full Time Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham Betts Metal Sales is part of the Stephen Betts Group, which was founded in 1760. We are immensely proud of our precious metal heritage, extending back over 250 years. The business is still being managed by the Betts family today, currently...

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Jewellery Mounter (Full Time), Charles Green - Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

Charles Green, based in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter, have been designing and crafting wedding rings for over 180 years. Charles Green wedding rings are widely regarded as the finest quality wedding rings the World has to offer. We are respected for our high quality and unrivalled service...

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Production Administrator (Full Time), Charles Green - Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

Charles Green, based in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter, have been designing and crafting wedding rings for over 180 years. Charles Green wedding rings are widely regarded as the finest quality wedding rings the World has to offer. We are respected for our high quality and unrivalled service...

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News

New Gallery Aimed at Showcasing Designer Makers to Open in Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

A new retail destination will be opening in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter, officially opening in Spring 2016, and will be specifically aimed at showcasing the work of independent designer makers, gold and silversmiths. ‘The Guildsman Jewellery Gallery’ will provide almost...

read more | posted on: 07/02/2016

“Fast Fashion” Jewelry Biz BaubleBar Grabs Another $20 Million” via Tech Crunch

“E-commerce shop BaubleBar, known for its “fast fashion” take on women’s jewelry, has closed on $20 million in new funding, the company announced today. The Series C round was led by prior investors, Accel Partners, Greycroft Partners, Burch Creative Capital and Aspect Ventures...

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“Jawbone Raises $165 Million at Half Its Last Valuation” via NY Times

“Jawbone, the once-hot wearable technology start-up, said on Friday that it had raised $165 million in funding at a valuation of $1.5 billion, or roughly half the amount that the company was valued at as recently as 2014, continuing a burgeoning trend of start-ups raising money at lower values...

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“Sacai’s Delicate — but Tough — New Jewelry Collaboration” via NY Times

“When the jewelry designer Sophie Bille Brahe first met Chitose Abe, the founder and designer of the ready-to-wear label Sacai, at Dover Street Market’s 10-year anniversary party in London in 2014, they instantly bonded. “I have always admired Chitose’s work and, when we met that...

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“Noémie Is Your New Source for (Surprisingly Affordable!) Fine Jewelry” via Vogue

“As far as intimidating shopping experiences go, fine jewelry ranks pretty high. Steep prices are one thing, but then there’s the carats, the karats (there’s a difference!), the color, the clarity . . . and you never really know what you’re paying for, either. Here to simplify...

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“Fancy a treat? Have a little Patience” via National Scotland

“Created by award-winning jewellery designer Moira Patience Warren, Patience Jewellery is the kind of Scottish luxury jewellery brand you simultaneously want to share with the world and keep as a coveted secret, only shared with your nearest and dearest. Warren studied jewellery and metalwork at...

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“Jewellery high: our top 10 shining stars of Paris Haute Couture week” via Wallpaper

“Sabine Getty: The London-based jeweller was moved by the graphic lines and bold hues of the Memphis Group for her fourth collection. But rather than getting weighed down by the complexity of their out-there forms, Getty set her eye on Memphis' zig zag and wave outlines for her linear topaz...

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Opportunities

Open Call: Exciting Opportunity to Exhibit at Numberninetyfour - London

NumberNinetyFour exists as a show case for independent designers amongst the bustling shops on London’s famous flower market street, Columbia Road. Applicants can rent in monthly slots either individually or as small groups. Please contact: [e] info@numberninetyfour.co.uk...

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Commission: Artist For Schools Project, The Thames Tideway Tunnel Project

The Thames Tideway Tunnel project (scheduled for completion in 2022) will upgrade London’s sewerage system to cope with the demands of the city well into the 22nd century. An ambitious commissioning programme is being developed for an artist to respond to the project. The approach to the Public...

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Funding: UKTI Tradeshow Access Programme

The UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) Tradeshow Access Programme provides government funding in the form of grants to help eligible UK businesses attend overseas trade shows or conferences. The grants range from £1,500 to £2,500 and help your business gain: • market knowledge • experience...

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Funding Advice Session: Oriel Davies - Wales

Funding advice sessions are held across Wales. These events enable individuals and organisations to discuss their project ideas and make general funding enquiries with members of our staff. Funding advice sessions are held across Wales. These events enable individuals and organisations to discuss their...

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Funding: Printmaking Award, David Canter Memorial Fund

The David Canter Memorial Fund offers awards to give financial assistance to those working in the crafts. The fund is open to those who have finished their formal training and are working full-time or part-time but need money for specific projects, eg setting up a workshop, buying equipment, educational...

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Call for Craft Makers, Mitchell Arts Centre - Stoke-on-Trent

Mitchell Arts Centre is looking for craft artists to supply our new retail outlet within our café area. The MAC currently provides auditorium, meeting room, dance studio and creative workspace hire for local community groups, businesses and other charities. In addition to this the core activities...

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Electroforming Jewellery: Exploring the Potential, 2 Day Workshop - Cockpit Yard, London

Electroforming Jewellery – Exploring the Potential In this two day workshop you will create unique jewellery pieces in copper, exploring the potential of the electroforming technique The course is designed to discover the potential of the electroforming technique as it allows you to create intricate...

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