The British Academy of Jewellery is thrilled to announce the launch of its “Circle of Life” Live Project in collaboration with world-renowned London-based jewellery designer Theo Fennell.
Our Level 5 Jewellery Design and Manufacturing Diploma students are in the process of manufacturing peridot jewellery for a collaborative project with Chinese mining company Fuli Gemstones. The students have been developing their stone setting skills and creating peridot jewellery.
The British Academy of Jewellery will continue to safeguard its students, with on-campus mask wearing and social distancing in place.
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.
Colourful, glittering and smooth – in the hands of an artist, enamel is capable of the most unpredictable transformations. Works of enamel can be compared to the works of the impressionists; such is the extent to which an auteur can both lyrically and subtly communicate their temperament.
We are delighted to announce five out of fifteen finalists shortlisted for the 2017 Fairtrade Gold Design Awards study at the British Academy of Jewellery.