Welcome to The Tiara School

Expert tuition in an inspirational setting

The Tiara School offers students the unique opportunity of designing and creating their own tiara using wire and beads in a series of one, two three and 5 day Tiara making workshops now held at Jezebels Jewels, The Weymouth Bead Shop. Situated just a short stroll from the historic and picturesque Old Harbour in Weymouth, at the heart of the World Heritage Status Jurassic Coastline, the shop is full of sparkly inspirational beads and is convenient for lovely local restaurants and pubs, a gorgeous sandy beach and the beautiful Georgian Architecture of the seafront.

The Tiara School aims to give each student an inspirational experience and the opportunity to express their own unique personality in the pieces that they create. It has been attracting students from all over Europe to learn the art of Tiara making. Many have attended to create their own Tiara for their wedding day, to explore a new skill, as a team away day or as the basis for setting up their own Tiara businesses.

The courses are small, friendly and packed with useful tiara making tips with a maximum of 6 students at any one time. All tools are provided, and there is always a selection of sparkly beads on hand for students to purchase on the day.

Renound Tutor Andrea Frankham-Hughes has been a Professional Tiara maker for over 15 years and now specialises in Bespoke, Designer Tiaras. After training at the British School of Millinery, She designed and produced tiara and jewellery ranges for Jigsaw, Jigsaw Junior, Virgin Bride and Kiss the Frog. Her work has been extensively featured in national magazines and photo shoots. She has been teaching since 2000, and is passionate about helping students to realize the tiara of their dreams. Andrea is also a project designer for Craft Beautiful & Make Jewellery Magazines

Please go to the Workshops page for further details about the courses.

The Tiara School
hosted by

Jezebels Jewels
55 St Mary St

07971 058336 Mobile
01305 839702 Shop


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