Hello and welcome!
We’re based in London and we’ve been running specialist jewellery courses here since 2008. We provide opportunities for anyone wishing to explore, extend or develop jewellery making skills.
We’re part of Flux Studios, a membership-based collective of professional jewellers who work together to share knowledge and skills, and to develop their independent jewellery businesses.
Our remit is a simple one – to provide a platform where expertise, enthusiasm and the open exchange of ideas combine to inspire creative genius!
Our unique approach to providing educational experiences alongside professional practice gives a proven added value to our students and our Flux Studios members alike.
Classes and courses in jewellery making in London, for all levels, throughout the year.
Membership access to our studio, for jewellers wanting to develop their business. (Flux Studios membership)
In providing a home to both aspiring professionals and the interested public we have evolved a holistic creative studio environment where the individual skill sets of all our users are valued and shared to enrich this community as a whole.
Whether you are looking for new hobby or a professional jewellery environment, Flux Jewellery School offers a fun and stimulating, creative and professional environment for you to flourish.
Flux Studios was established by Vicky Forrester in 2008 to support all elements of the Jewellery industry. In providing a home to both aspiring professionals and the interested public Flux Studios has evolved into a holistic creative environment where the individual skill sets of all it’s users are valued and shared to enrich this community as a whole.
Vicky Forrester is a designer - maker of contemporary bespoke jewellery. Inspired by organic structures, Vicky combines the inherent qualities of her materials with innovative techniques to produce wearable precious forms that delight the senses. She makes her jewellery at Flux Studios in South London.
Vicky set up Flux Jewellery Studio to share the skills and knowledge she has gained though her own 30-year career as a jeweller and teacher. In 2010 Vicky was commissioned to write ‘Elemental Jewellery’, an inspirational look at jewellery making. The book includes twenty projects that aim to introduce new approaches to making jewellery, while also exploring ways to develop a free spirited design methodology.