Thursday, 23 January 2014

A Different Romantic Date With The London Jewellery School

For Valentine's Day it's often difficult to find that gift that is that little bit different, well I think I have found the perfect present for your other half.

The London Jewellery school is offering the perfect antidote to the usual dinner date. They are offering a Valentine's Day workshop where you get to make a special silver ring for each other and you finish it with a glass of bubbly.

This evening workshop is a perfect gift for those who are creative but it is also suitable for complete beginners to jewellery making.  Workshops are small with no more than 4 couples per group and tutors are professional jewellers, patient and informative, guiding you through the whole process of cutting, texturing and shaping your ring for the perfect fit.

At the end of the workshop you will have two silver rings to take home and cherish :)





So if you are creative, adore unusual gifts or simply love the idea of creating two special rings as a little gift or as a sign of commitment to each other why don't you sign up to this workshop.

Date: Friday 14th February 2014 
Times: 6.30-9pm 
Location: London Jewellery School, B7 Hatton Square Business Centre, 16-16a Baldwins Gardens, London EC1N 7RJ 
Nearest Tube: Chancery Lane or Farringdon Price: £99 per couple (all inclusive) 

Advanced booking is required and can be done online  –  Or call 0203 176 0546

What do you think of this idea as a Valentine's gift? I thought this was a lovely idea, I was not paid for this post.
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  1. Sounds like fun! This reminds me to plan for a big day :-)

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    1. It does look like great fun and I like the idea of the glass of bubbly after too :)

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  2. This would be great. Sometimes I wish I lived closer to the big day

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    1. Have you seen these courses http://jewelryfromhome.com/ it's the same company and they run online jewellery making courses. The first one is free

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  3. Arr this looks amazing! I think I'd be there if I lived closer :) It's such a great idea and a bargain!! xx

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    1. http://jewelryfromhome.com/ Online jewellery courses and the first course is free.

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  4. That is a very cool idea! How different and unique too. Andrea - http://www.lifewithliv.co.uk

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    1. I agree Andrea, maybe you should show your other half!

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  5. What a great idea, shame London is so far away.

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    1. They have online jewellery courses too, worth checking out http://jewelryfromhome.com/

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  6. Oh what a lovely thing to do - especially for a special occasion.

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    1. It is a lovely idea I think, I would love to do this with my husband.

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  7. That's looks so good will love to give it ago .x

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  8. This looks like fun. We tend not to do valentines but this is a lovely romantic idea

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  9. What a wonderful concept, a very unique gift idea.

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  10. What a really lovely idea and something so different.

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  11. I love the idea of making something really special together. Very sweet.

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  12. Oh how wonderful, fabulous gift idea too. I used to make jewellery after school (a long time ago!), was brilliant - I loved it :)

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    1. They run fabulous courses Charly. Some of the courses are online too if you can't get to London.

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  13. It is a lovely idea, something truly unique for a couple to share x

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  14. I know the one I would make for my OH would look lovely but not sure what he would make for me! A lovely idea though x

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    1. That's great that you have already thought about it.

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  15. That sounds like a lovely Valentine's Day idea. Not sure if my hubby would enjoy it as much as I would though!

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  16. Such a lovely idea. Perhaps something to do for an anniversary or way of proposing!

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    1. A novel idea for an anniversary too - at the moment they only have this one running for couples but they do lots of other courses.

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  17. I love this idea! Me and Nathan were looking into going but unfortunately it's too far away :(

    Louise x

    Confessions of a Secret Shopper

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  18. That's a lovely idea - especially if you're thinking of getting engaged :)

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  19. I think it's a lovely idea! Until recently I was doing silversmithing myself and I think that's a pretty good price for it too!

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  20. OOOh what a brilliant idea, you are super and I love your blog.

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    1. aw thanks Claire that is so sweet and I didn't even pay you!

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  21. What a lovely idea :) Don't think we can make that date this year, but perhaps we'll do something like this to replace my lost wedding ring!!

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  22. That is a lovely idea. My husband is rather good at craft - I wonder if I could persuade him.

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  23. Oh my,, I LOVE this idea!!! I so wish we lived nearer. Although we are off to a Valentines ball on the 14th - Ross is singing there with his band. Thank you for linking to PoCoLo x

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