As part of international Erasmus project ‘The Future is our Jewel’, BAJ launched an exhibition on Monday at its London campus. The showcase features jewellery made by students at BAJ as well as five other jewellery schools from across the continent.
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.
BAJ Jewellery Design and Manufacturing Diploma students create commercial jewellery collections and websites
Since January, a group of our Jewellery Design and Manufacturing Diploma students have been developing commercially viable jewellery brand concepts based around well-defined target markets.
As part of the ongoing Parlement Lycéen Européen creative collaboration we are participating in with six other jewellery schools from across Europe, jewellery made by five BAJ students is currently on display in Greece.
Transformable jewellery is currently a popular trend in the jewellery industry. From flexible modular pieces that can be broken down into smaller adornments, to kinetic jewellery that reacts to the wearer’s movements, jewellers are getting creative with all kind of transformations. But did you know that transforming jewellery has been around, in one form or
While studying Jewellery Fundamentals at BAJ London, Yvonne Oshodi runs her own jewellery brand Maeve Hardware. Yvonne’s brand, which she retails from her online shop, was recently featured in Elle and Vogue Arabia. In this interview, Yvonne shares what it’s like to run an independent jewellery brand while studying at BAJ.
British Academy of Jewellery talks to student Robin about her study abroad experience as part of the Erasmus student network.