British Academy of Jewellery is delighted to announce that graduate Tianne-Louise Simmons has been selected to take part in Season 2 of jewellery making TV contest All That Glitters. Chosen for her jewellery making skills and innovative designs, Tianne will compete with 7 other contestants to win this fast-paced jewellery manufacturing competition.
Wondered how iconic London-based jeweller Theo Fennell rose to the top of the UK jewellery industry and how you could too? Read on to find out in his own words.
The British Academy of Jewellery will continue to safeguard its students, with on-campus mask wearing and social distancing in place.
BAJ graduate Clio Saskia currently runs her own jewellery brand, creating fascinating pieces inspired by exotic animals. At this year’s Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Council (GC&DC) Awards, she won the Gem-A Award for her striking “Snake Knuckleduster” ring. We speak to her about her career so far, her inspiration and her plans for the future.
Today, Monday 19th July 2021, lockdown restrictions across the UK are changing. At the British Academy of Jewellery, safeguarding our students is our top priority. To keep our students safe and ensure they can feel confident coming into the Academy, we will continue with our Covid-19 safeguarding measures for the rest of the summer term.
At BAJ, we believe in fostering a creative fellowship which enables our community to grow and uplift each other. We talk with BAJ tutor and accomplished jeweller Bekkie Ora about the importance of community in the jewellery industry.
Produced in a way that minimises its social and environmental impact, sustainable or ethical jewellery is a fast-growing trend. We take a look at how jewellers and shoppers can embrace sustainability.