British Academy of Jewellery talks to student Robin about her study abroad experience as part of the Erasmus student network.
Wax carving is an essential skill for jewellery makers, allowing them to craft wax models that can be used to produce beautiful and intricately detailed jewellery pieces through the lost wax casting method. We take a brief look at the history of this ancient art.
Discover a ‘Whole New World’ of collaborations between jewellers and Disney
Check out the latest jewellers to latch on to the trend for fusing jewellery and real flowers, including Swiss brand Bahina and Australian blogger Roz Borg of Arozona.
Find out how top e-retailers Farfetch and NET- A -PORTER have started an online revolution in the way fine jewels are sold.
From Brazilian-born jeweller Fernando Jorge to British jeweller Stephen Webster, luxury jewellery houses are embracing unisex designs at full throttle in their latest campaigns!
Have you ever wondered what jewellery design was like in the Viking era? This week Rachael Taylor reveals the mystery behind the Galloway Hoard.
When creating a piece of jewellery, thoughts of its destruction are far from jewellers’ minds, yet taking repairs into consideration at the early stages of the design process can help build strong, long-lasting relationships with clients.