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Final year degree students at Birmingham's School of Jewellery are set to host a graduate show next month. The students' work will go on show in Birmingham for five days from June 10 to 15, with an industry evening on June 11 at the school's Vittoria Street campus. The work will include everything from catwalk pieces through to minutely detailed designs. There will also be twists on traditional techniques and objects made using unusual materials. The schools BA course director Zoe Roberston said:
 
Final year degree students at Birmingham's School of Jewellery are set to host a graduate show next month. The students' work will go on show in Birmingham for five days from June 10 to 15, with an industry evening on June 11 at the school's Vittoria Street campus.
The work will include everything from catwalk pieces through to minutely detailed designs. There will also be twists on traditional techniques and objects made using unusual materials. The schools BA course director Zoe Roberston said: "A fresh approach coupled with infectious enthusiasm for contemporary jewellery sets these students apart. Our graduate show promises to be an explosion of visual delights that explore the breadth of craftsmanship, technology, materials and conceptual thinking." A handpicked selection of students will also exhibit at New Designers in London at the Business Design Centre from June 26. All pieces on display will be for sale and commissions will also be accepted.
 A selection of students pieces are below.
 
 
Work by Amy Pepper. Final year degree students at Birmingham's School of Jewellery are set to host a graduate show next month. The students' work will go on show in Birmingham for five days from June 10 to 15, with an industry evening on June 11 at the school's Vittoria Street campus. The work will include everything from catwalk pieces through to minutely detailed designs. There will also be twists on traditional techniques and objects made using unusual materials. The schools BA course director Zoe Roberston said:
Work above by Amy Pepper. Work by Claire Duerden. Final year degree students at Birmingham's School of Jewellery are set to host a graduate show next month. The students' work will go on show in Birmingham for five days from June 10 to 15, with an industry evening on June 11 at the school's Vittoria Street campus. The work will include everything from catwalk pieces through to minutely detailed designs. There will also be twists on traditional techniques and objects made using unusual materials. The schools BA course director Zoe Roberston said:
Work above by Claire Duerden. Work by Emma Burfoot. Final year degree students at Birmingham's School of Jewellery are set to host a graduate show next month. The students' work will go on show in Birmingham for five days from June 10 to 15, with an industry evening on June 11 at the school's Vittoria Street campus. The work will include everything from catwalk pieces through to minutely detailed designs. There will also be twists on traditional techniques and objects made using unusual materials. The schools BA course director Zoe Roberston said:
 
Work above by Emma Burfoot.
 
Work by Ling Miao. Final year degree students at Birmingham's School of Jewellery are set to host a graduate show next month. The students' work will go on show in Birmingham for five days from June 10 to 15, with an industry evening on June 11 at the school's Vittoria Street campus. The work will include everything from catwalk pieces through to minutely detailed designs. There will also be twists on traditional techniques and objects made using unusual materials. The schools BA course director Zoe Roberston said:
 
Work above by Ling Miao.
 
Work by Miko Li. Final year degree students at Birmingham's School of Jewellery are set to host a graduate show next month. The students' work will go on show in Birmingham for five days from June 10 to 15, with an industry evening on June 11 at the school's Vittoria Street campus. The work will include everything from catwalk pieces through to minutely detailed designs. There will also be twists on traditional techniques and objects made using unusual materials. The schools BA course director Zoe Roberston said:

 
Work above by Miko Li.
 
Work by Nadia and Lotte. Final year degree students at Birmingham's School of Jewellery are set to host a graduate show next month. The students' work will go on show in Birmingham for five days from June 10 to 15, with an industry evening on June 11 at the school's Vittoria Street campus. The work will include everything from catwalk pieces through to minutely detailed designs. There will also be twists on traditional techniques and objects made using unusual materials. The schools BA course director Zoe Roberston said:
 
Work above by Nadia and Lotte.

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