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Needed - Bench to hire in London

Needed - Bench to hire in London  I have just finished a jewellery short course and I am looking for a bench space for practicing, ideally the bench will be within a studio where I can be surrounded by other artist too. Please see below details :  Weekends Hire only OR 2x Evening Hire only  (I work as a fashion designer 9am to 6pm weekdays)  London Happy to share the bench  Can be flexible with dates and times too  Location : London  Please email : veri_verix@hotmail.com

Studio Share in South East London £130

Studio share in South East London  £130 Bright north facing studio with windows overlooking the Thames.  24hr access and on site parking. Shared with a painter who only uses the space occasionally (less than once a week).  There is free space that's ideal for a jeweller (I was sharing with a jeweller previously) or an artist that works with small scale compositions.  You will need to bring your own bench / set-up. Please text / WhatsApp +447375741201 for a video of the space, photos don't do it justice.  Total floor space 3.5x5m and very high sealing. One-month deposit in advance.

News Edit: 31 March 2024

A round up of this week's national and international jewellery news... Style Edit: Bulgari’s Mediterranea High Jewellery collection is a tribute to its founder’s journey, taking inspiration from Italian baroque aesthetics in art and architecture SCMP: Bulgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin calls the collection ‘an epic and immersive journey’ through the crossroads of Mediterranean influences, from Rome to Venice. www.scmp.com Somerset resident turns recycled ocean trash into jewellery for her own business Yahoo: Sophie Witt, who was born and raised in Frome, recently turned her beachcombing hobby into a successful jewellery business. uk.news.yahoo.com Meet the artisan jeweller whose ethical, traceable designs

Calling All Aspiring Jewellers - to launch their dream business

Calling All Aspiring Jewellers An opportunity to launch their dream business. Jewellery Shop Opportunity: Established Bespoke Jewellery Boutique for Sale Due to retirement, our successful bespoke jewellery business in Essex is seeking a new owner this year. This charming boutique boasts a loyal clientele and a well-established reputation for quality bespoke craftsmanship.   Key benefits: Profitable Bespoke Business: Specialising in beautiful, handcrafted pieces. Great Location: Shop located on main high street, with lovely frontage. Low Overheads. Seamless Transition: Current owner offers support to ensure a successful handover. For serious enquiries, please contact Glenn - 07904 689 888

News Edit: 7 April 2024

A round up of this week's national and international jewellery news... Expected to Fetch up to $15 Million at Auction Robb Report: Phillips will hold its second jewel auction in Geneva next month. robbreport.com At Tiffany’s Flagship, Luxe Art Helps Sell the Jewels NY Times: Turrell. Hirst. Basquiat: This 10-story palace is filled with famous names, for a heady fusion of relevant, and discomfiting, contemporary art and retailing. www.nytimes.com Wokingham designer wins gold at the jewellery Oscars Wokingham Today: Janet Richardson, jewellery designer, maker, and tutor has won a prestigious award for her recent work, made from an unusual medium.

News Edit: 10 September 2023

A round up of this week's national and international jewellery news...   From Meghan Markle To Serena Williams, How Shiffon’s Tennis Ring Became An A-List Favourite Vogue: There’s no doubt that jewellery has the power to send a strong message, from the Princess of Wales wearing heirloom pieces that belonged to Queen Elizabeth II, to outspoken environmentalist Emma Watson opting for lab-grown diamonds. www.vogue.co.uk How did a 150-year-old jewellery brand become a pioneer in social and ethical responsibility? Shanya Amarasuriya shares The Honeycombers: Meet Shanya Amarasuriya, the creative force behind B.P. de Silva Jewellers, a 150-year-old family business that's not

News Edit: 19 May 2024

A round up of this week's national and international jewellery news... A feast of beauties at Adam’s fine jewellery and watch sale to attract collectors Business Post: Sale offers 268 tempting lots for occasions from engagements, birthdays to graduations, or just simply because you like it. www.businesspost.ie Joy BC Is The Jewellery Artist Inspired By Neoclassicism And Loved By Lil Wayne Yahoo: Jewellery artist (don't call her a jeweller) Joy Bonfield-Colombara, aka Joy BC, is finally moving into her own studio. 'After years of pain, it doesn't feel real', she tells me from her central London space she's secured thanks

Craft Festival at Cheltenham Town Hall

Craft Festival at Cheltenham Town Hall 8-10  March  2024 Craft Festival have been organising high quality craft fairs for 20 years.  We have established ourselves in the beautiful Regency town of Cheltenham and will be returning to the iconic Town Hall in March 2024 for a great weekend of craft and making.  Craft Festival will feature 100 selected makers from across the UK with a programme of workshops for all ages and craft demonstrations set in the stunning surroundings of Cheltenham Town Hall. Applications are invited from makers working to the highest standards. You make ceramics, glass, textiles, jewellery, metal, wood, plastics, mixed

The Goldsmiths’ Centre launches Creative Links

Creative Links The Goldsmiths’ Centre launches new talks and networking events to help start-up businesses to grow On 16th May 2023, the Goldsmiths’ Centre in London is launching a new series of monthly Creative Links talks and networking events designed to help emerging makers and start-up businesses learn, network and grow. Creative Links events will see experts and successful business owners in the jewellery and silversmithing industry explore and discuss subjects including range planning, finding new markets, showcasing and digital marketing. With Q&As and plenty of time to network, people will be able to ask questions, seek support and engage

Wax Carving for Jewellers by Russell Lownsbrough FIPG & Danila Tarcinale FIPG

Wax Carving for Jewellers  by Russell Lownsbrough FIPG & Danila Tarcinale FIPG This practical guide introduces the techniques to this age-old method through a series of guided exercises and projects, and demonstrates how exciting it can be.  Wax carving is like sculpture for jewellery and allows enormous creativity, as so many different forms can be made. Drawing on the experience of two master wax-carvers, it also gives invaluable advice on the finish of your cast pieces and how to reproduce them. With over 400 colour photos, it give advice on setting up for wax carving, tools, tool-making and materials. There

News Edit: 12 January 2024

A round up of this week's national and international jewellery news...   Argent Silversmith Founder Elizabeth Herman Reveals A Pair Of Earrings Put Her On The Path To Make $1 Million | Exclusive Quick Telecast: Elizabeth Herman was running a childcare centre when she bumped into a friend wearing an eye-catching set of earrings. quicktelecast.com A pair of earrings inspired Liz's living room hobby. Now it's a business set to make $1m this year Honey Nine: Elizabeth Herman was running a childcare centre when she bumped into a friend wearing an eye-catching set of earrings. Those earrings changed her life

Meanings and Messages – ACJ’s 25th Anniversary Touring Exhibition

Meanings and Messages – ACJ’s 25th Anniversary Touring Exhibition  Goldsmiths’ Centre, Farringdon, London 9th January – 24th February 2023  The Association for Contemporary Jewellery presents a major touring exhibition, showcasing 60 brooches from 60 current members. Including work from members in the UK, Australia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Hungary, Taiwan, USA, and US Virgin Islands. Materials include PLA filament, jesmonite, paper, silver and gold, aluminium, copper, enamels, wood, textiles, ceramics, semi-precious stones, and an array of found objects – gramophone needles, leather gloves, spent bullet cartridges, military ribbon, and denatured citrus fruit peel. An Exhibition of Brooches We have

Meanings and Messages – ACJ’s 25th Anniversary Touring Exhibition

Meanings and Messages – ACJ’s 25th Anniversary Touring Exhibition  New Brewery Arts  4th April – 18th June 2023  The Association for Contemporary Jewellery presents a major touring exhibition, showcasing 60 brooches from 60 current members. Including work from members in the UK, Australia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Hungary, Taiwan, USA, and US Virgin Islands. Materials include PLA filament, jesmonite, paper, silver and gold, aluminium, copper, enamels, wood, textiles, ceramics, semi-precious stones, and an array of found objects – gramophone needles, leather gloves, spent bullet cartridges, military ribbon, and denatured citrus fruit peel. An Exhibition of Brooches We have chosen