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British fine jewellery and silverware brand Theo Fennell has announced the 2019 showcase of the work of three Royal College of Art (MA Jewellery and Metal) graduates at its Fulham Road flagship store as part of the brand’s Gilded Youth project.
The Goldsmiths’ Centre, the UK’s leading charity for the professional training of goldsmiths, announced British designer Solange Azagury-Partridge as its keynote speaker for its business taster programme, Getting Started 2020.
Goodman Bros, the distribution company behind Connoisseurs jewellery cleaning products and Lox earring backs, will host a free ear-piercing training event aimed at jewellery professionals to promote its new Inverness ear piercing system.
Italian trade show Vicenzaoro is to offer a full programme of conferences, meetings and seminars at the upcoming autumn show, which takes place at the Vicenza Exhibition Centre from 7-11 September.
Diamond service provider HRD Antwerp will be running a seminar on How to Detect Diamonds in a Jewel: The Compact Device for Screening, J Screen at International Jewellery London (IJL).
This year, IJL plans to offer even more motivational content via its Inspire seminar programme. Siobhan Holt looks at this year’s hot topics
The National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) has added the new Essentials programme to its Jewellery Education Training (JET) courses to provide a sound introduction to jewellery, gemstones, precious metals and hallmarking at an entry price point.
Shine 2019, the annual talent showcase in jewellery and silversmithing at the Goldsmiths’ Centre in London, returns for its sixth year to celebrate up and coming UK brands and designer makers in the run-up to Christmas.
The National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) is set to re-launch its JET Practical Training Days effective from this Autumn.
Birmingham Assay Office has created an online hallmarking course, available on their e-Learning platform via their education and training division, AnchorCert Academy, to offer Trading Standards education on Hallmarking Enforcement.
Welsh jewellery brand Clogau is to hold a further four retail training sessions throughout the UK, offering support to its existing retail partners and stockists, following the successful launch of similar events last year.
The Goldsmiths’ Centre in London has announced the six emerging jewellery and silversmithing businesses selected to complete this year’s prestigious business incubation course, Setting Out.
Two of the world’s oldest horological organisations, the Horological Society of New York (HSNY) and the British Horological Institute (BHI) are joining forces offering horology classes in London on August 31 and September 1.
British designer jewellery retailer David M Robinson (DMR) will launch its inaugural DMR Jewellery Design Awards, in celebration of its 50th anniversary.
A new watch servicing apprenticeship scheme provided by Uxbridge College in Middlesex is set to launch in October this year.
Eight schools have competed in the first-ever Goldsmiths’ Company Community Engagement Awards, with Manchester Grammar School winning the top prize.
Staff and students at Birmingham City University’s School of Jewellery are celebrating after winning two prizes at New Designers, an annual two-week exhibition celebrating the work of more than 3,000 new creative designers.
Eponymous designer brand Theo Fennell has announced the winners of its Royal College of Art (RCA) Stone Design Project, part of its Gilded Youth programme and commitment to supporting British jewellery talent.
Jewellery designer Jade Sammour, the founder of jewellery brand Dainty London, has reported success with her recently launched Make a Silver Ring workshops, which she launched in March.
The Watches of Switzerland Group has announced plans to visit schools across the UK as part of a new community programme, which aims to help inspire young talent, with the first being in the northeast of England.
De Beers Group Institute of Diamonds has announced it is partnering with the International Institute of Gemology in India (IIG) to deliver diamond education courses throughout India.