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ZI YE NAMED WESTON BEAMOR STUDENT DESIGN WINNER

Weston Beamor revealed the winner of its annual student design competition at Jewellery & Watch Birmingham this week, crowning Zi Ye Zi Ye, (picture above, centre, with Faith Hope and Natalia Antunovity, who all took home prizes) as the winner of a £500 prize and a week's work experience with the company. The annual CAD competition is run with students in their second year of study on the HND course in Jewellery and Silversmithing at Birmingham School of Jewellery, part of Birmingh…

By admin | Feb 12th, 2014
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A RESPONSIBLE APPROACH TO BUSINESS - "WHAT'S IN IT FOR ME?"

  Thanks to the BJA for a very interesting seminar on Corporate Social Responsibility at the School of Jewellery yesterday evening. Their seminar entitled “What’s in it for me? Raising Standards in the Jewellery Industry” covered all aspects of CSR from ethical to environmental, employer and community responsibilities. L-R, Simon Rainer, Gary Wroe, Gaye Penfold, Alan Frampton, Michel Allchin, Prof Marilyn Carrigan This is not just about ethical sourcing of product, …

By admin | Feb 12th, 2014
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RAISING STANDARDS IN THE JEWELLERY INDUSTRY

Michael Allchin: Birmingham Assay Office Professor Marylyn Carrigan, Coventry University Centre for Trust and Ethical Behaviour Alan Frampton: Cred Jewellery Gary Wroe: Hockley Mint The meeting takes place in the main lecture theatre at the Birmingham School of Jewellery on February 11th starting at 5.30pm. Wine and canapés will be available after the meeting. Those attending should register their interest at enquiries@bja.org.uk The BJA look forward to hearing from you. …

By admin | Feb 10th, 2014
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GENERAL PUBLIC SILVER COLLECTION VISITS - SELLING WELL

The first General Public visit to the Private Silver Collection at Assay Office Birmingham takes place on Tuesday 25th February and although there are still tickets available for the afternoon session the morning visit has less than half a dozen places left.     The morning visits start at 11.00am and the afternoon visit starts at 2.00pm.  Visitors will receive a warm welcome as well as coffee/tea and biscuits.  You will be able to learn about the history of hallmarking and The Bir…

By admin | Feb 4th, 2014
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