Choice of Jewellery Making Class For One (£21) or Two (£39) at London Jewellery School (Up to 54% Off)
- Wide range of jewellery-making classes and workshops
- Located in Hatton Garden, London’s jewellery quarter
- Near Farringdon station
- Director nominated for Spirit of London award 2011
- Two-and-half-hour class
- Wide choice of classes such as making cocktail rings, chandelier earrings, or fashion necklaces
- Classes on recycling jewellery and gemstones
- All materials provided
- Option to bring own old jewellery to recycling class
Limit 1 per person or 2 people. Booking required via: http://www.londonjewelleryschool.co.uk/groupon-2012/. Non-cancellable once booked. Valid Mon-Fri 6.30pm-9pm. Must be 16 or older, ID may be requested. Max 8 people per class. Excludes silver or metal-clay classes. Valid on option purchased only. Original value verified 20 July 2012 at 10.21am.
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Earrings can be created from range of materials, or by standing ridiculously close to bell towers on the hour. Ring in the new with today's Groupon for a two-and-a-half hour jewellery class from London Jewellery School. Choose from the following options:• £21 for one (50% off)
• £39 for two (54% off)
Precious about the art of jewellery-making, this Hatton Garden-based school is decked out with a team of professionals whose knowledge of gems and findings sets a shining example. Director and Spirit of London Award nominee, Jessica Rose, keeps London Jewellery School glistening with her wealth of grassroots experience. The school boasts over 100 varied classes to festoon learners’ wrists, necks, and earlobes with self-made projects, and there are also workshops for fun-loving party hens and more intensive courses with certificates issued upon polished completion.
Those who have taken a shine to the craft of jewellery-concoction can spend two-and-a-half hours learning the skills necessary to fashion their own. Students can make a choice of what trinket to focus on, from cocktail rings and chandelier earrings, to leather jewellery, as well as classes that teach pupils to recycle old gems into a newer ornament. With all materials and teaching provided, customers can get hands-on experience and charm their way through the lesson.
Make Cocktail Rings
Make Chandelier Earrings
Make Button Jewellery
Make Polymer Clay Beads
Make a Fashion Necklace
Introduction to Gemstones
Recycle Your Jewellery
Make Leather Jewellery
Felt Jewellery Taster
Make a Fascinator
Make a Chunky Wooden Ring