BAJ Hosts Graff For Collaborative Project Exhibition and Awards Night

Three student award winners of BAJ and luxury Jewellery house Graff collaborative fine jewellery project.

Last week, the BAJ community and representatives from luxury jewellery house Graff came together to celebrate the groundbreaking BAJ X Graff Fine Jewellery Project. The exhibition and awards evening marked an important collaboration between industry and education, highlighting our shared commitment to nurturing aspiring creatives on their jewellery journey. Devised for the BA (Hons) Jewellery […]

BAJ Partners With Master Gem Cutter Martin’s Gems For Exciting Live Project

Student designing for Martin's Gems gemstone project

We’re thrilled to announce the details of an exciting new project with UKFCG-certified Advance Cutter Martin Prinsloo of Martin’s Gems. A testament to his unwavering commitment to nurturing talent, Martin has generously provided our Level 5 Jewellery Design and Manufacturing students with access to his meticulously hand-cut gemstones, including stunning varieties such as Rhodolite Garnet, […]

BAJ Students’ Bespoke Designs Win Lewis Malka Excellence Awards

BAJ students' engagement rings on display

On Wednesday night we hosted renowned London Jeweller, Lewis Malka, at our Camden campus for an exhibition and awards night showcasing our collaborative Engagement Ring Project. The project, set for our HNC Art & Design 3D Design (Jewellery Design and Manufacturing) course, encouraged the students to fine-tune their manufacturing skills while pushing the boundaries of […]

BAJ Prepares To Attend London’s UCAS Discovery Event

Aerial view of London City, UCAS Discovery Event

BAJ is excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at this year’s UCAS Discovery Event in London on March 18th! The UCAS Discovery event aims to help you decide on your next steps. You can chat with our admissions team about our courses and life at BAJ, speak to employers and apprenticeship providers about […]

Wax Carving: A Valuable Technique To Add To Your Creative Toolkit

Wax carving, a time-honoured practice in jewellery craftsmanship dating back 6,000 years, involves shaping a block of jeweller’s wax through sawing and filing, akin to a sculptor carving stone. Once the wax creation is complete, it is sent to a caster for the lost wax casting process, where it’s enveloped in a hard plaster known […]

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