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AdOrN Exhibition, Morley College 🎓

AdOrN Exhibition  Morley College 8 June - 4 July 2023 The jewellery exhibition AdOrN is taking place at Morley College, Waterloo, from 8 June - 4 July.   AdOrN is the end of year show for Level 2 Morley jewellery students who have been working hard to prepare themselves to start jewellery businesses. Morley has a reputation for training goldsmiths who go on to make names for themselves in the business (eg Poppy Norton & Ella Fearon-Low) and this year's students will, we are sure, follow in their footsteps.

Second Careerist Jewellers - Establishing A Creative Business Through Further Education

Second Careerist Jewellers - Establishing A Creative Business Through Further Education 20th March 2024 Morley College + Online Join ACJ Director Melanie Eddy, as she chairs a panel discussion with three second careerist jewellers: AngeBDesigns, Ella Fearon-Low and Poppy Norton. Find out about how they became interested in jewellery and their journeys towards a new career. This will be a hybrid event, available in person and online. Date: 20th March 2024 Time: 6:00 -7:30pm Location: Morley College and online - 61 Westminster Bridge Road London SE1 7HT Room: WB13   The event is free but booking is essential Please visit

Blooming a Labour of Love: Weston Beamor Proud to be Part of Somme Poppy Pins project

The casting, 3D printing and bespoke manufacturing company Weston Beamor has recently confirmed its involvement in an interesting new project casting Poppy Pins designed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme in 1916; some examples of which will be on display on their stand (No D60) at International Jewellery London. The special poppies are being cast by Weston Beamor for the London-based company TMB Art Metal ( as a fund raising initiative for the Royal British Legion. They are sold exclusively online through the ‘Poppy Shop’ on the RBL’s website  with the proceeds of all

Fei Liu’s Bespoke Brooch Sells At Auction For A Five-Figure Sum

Jewellery Quarter-based designer Fei Liu has sold his bespoke ‘Poppies in Love’ at auction. In 2021, Fei Liu Fine Jewellery revitalised its fine jewellery line with one-of-a-kind pieces in gold and platinum; selling across the UK, US and Asian markets. Since its rejuvenation, the designer brand has seen sales double from the prior year and a higher intake of bespoke commissions from private collectors. More recently, award-winning jewellery designer Fei Liu sold a one-of-a-kind brooch at auction for a five-figure sum (US dollars). Entitled ‘Poppies in Love’, the brooch reimagines the poppy flower in an abstract wearable form. The brooch