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Silver clay on Create and Craft TV

Exciting news - Jessica Rose, director at the London Jewellery School, has been working with Create and Craft TV and her first live shows will be tomorrow, Thursday 10th March 2016 at 10am and 6pm.

“We hope the shows with Create and Craft and our partnerships will be the next stage in bringing excellent quality learning resources and tools to the jewellery making community and home jewellery businesses,” said Jessica. “It is an exciting time and we hope to reach as many jewellers as possible with our message that everyone can make jewellery, followed up with training, tools and kits to make that a reality.”

The shows will feature metal clay kits and the opportunity to purchase online classes including Metal silver clay charms by Julia Rai and, eventually, my course, stone setting in metal clay (torch fire techniques).


London Jewellery School featuring Jessica Rose demonstrating metal clay will be on Create and Craft TV on Thursday 10th March 10am and 6pm on channels Sky 674 & 675; Freeview 26; Virgin 748; Freesat 811 & 813. Don’t forget to tune in – Jessica will be demonstrating different projects in each show.

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