We recently welcomed a group of learners from the Institut D’Enseignement des Arts Techniques Science et Artisans, IATA, from Namur in Belgium who were on an exchange programme with us.
Abigail and Emily are a perfect example of two generations of budding jewellers, who have studied with us here at the British Academy of Jewellery in Birmingham.
The British Academy of Jewellery were delighted to attend the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) event in Geneva, Switzerland. Our Head of Product Development, Shirley Eden, and Centre Manager for Birmingham and Head of Watch Training Programmes, Lisa Khosla, attended the annual event and met with global professionals in the fine watch sector.
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Retailer Alba Rose recently teamed up with British Academy of Jewellery to create the brief for the Level 3 DJP Diploma’s industry final project. For the designs, students were asked to focus on creating an Engagement Ring together with a matching His and Hers wedding band. he winning collection will be displayed online and rendered in multiple options allowing the client to tailor the piece to their specification.
In its third edition, the annual Birmingham Jewellery Quarter Festival once again showcased the prowess of British craftsmanship within the jewellery industry. The three-day extravaganza brought together businesses, residents and the visitors to celebrate the vibrant Jewellery Quarter through engaging events and activities.