History of Jewellery

By London Jewellery School

£132

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Description

This class has long been a part of our one year Diploma in Creative Jewellery and we have had many requests to run it as a one day class. It has been designed for students who would like to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the history of jewellery whether for academic purposes or to inform your jewellery design work.

To make the most of this class we expect you to visit the Victoria and Albert Museum, London jewellery gallery at a convenient time for you BEFORE your class. A visit to the museum is free.
We appreciate that not everyone will be able to do so, if you are unable to please ensure you do the preparation work (outlined below) by researching the Victoria and Albert online collection.


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Next class

Tuesday 05 March at 10:00

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Did you know?

The word jewellery comes from jewel, from the old French jouel, which in turn comes from the latin jocale, which means 'plaything'.


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67-68 Hatton Garden, London, UK


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The London Jewellery School is Europe's largest jewellery training centre based in the heart of Hatton Garden in London. With over 100 jewellery courses to choose from, more than 25 world-class tutors and two fully-equipped jewellery workshops there is something at London Jewellery School for everyone.

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