Central Scotland School Of JewelleryCentral Scotland


All courses are led by Jo Pudelko who is an experienced tutor and jewellery lecturer who also runs a successful jewellery business. Cecilia Stamp is an experienced jeweller as well as a textiles & print designer and Alison Phillips works as a contemporary jeweller from her studio in Dunblane

Jo Pudelko

Jo Pudelko is a professional, contemporary jewellery artist who graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2006 and was awarded a scholarship to continue her studies to Postgraduate level.  She has ten years professional experience and her work is consistently selected for national and international exhibitions including ‘Selected’ at the Dovecot, Edinburgh and SOFA in Chicago in 2013. Her work has also been featured in several books.

Jo is the Lead Tutor at the Central Scotland School of Jewellery and an experienced jewellery instructor. For the past six years she have been teaching at Edinburgh College of Art where her main focus is the delivery of technical and design skills for first year students within the Jewellery & Silversmithing department. She has also been a visiting lecturer within the 3D Design department at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen and the Jewellery department at Duncan of Jordanstone.  Jo also teaches a weekly evening class in Edinburgh.

Cecilia Stamp

Inspired by abstract forms from machinery, architecture and the man-made, Cecilia creates graphic and super wearable contemporary jewellery. With an eye for colour and shape, she uses various materials including enamel, resin and precious metals to make each piece by hand in her studio in Glasgow. As well as her ready-to-wear range, Cecilia takes commissions ranging from custom colour-ways to wedding bands and engagement rings.

Cecilia graduated with First Class Honours in Jewellery & Silversmithing from Edinburgh College of Art, and went on to complete an MDes in Printed Textiles from the School of Textiles & Design, Galashiels.

As well as jewellery, Cecilia is a freelance textiles and print designer.

Alison Philips

Alison set up her workshop after Graduating from Edinburgh College of Art in 2005, designing and creating work for Galleries and Exhibitions throughout the UK, from her workshop in Dunblane Scotland.

Inspired by botanical forms, Alison first records her ideas through sketches and drawings, before translating her designs into silver, forming feminine and delicate pieces.

Each piece of jewellery is made to order ensuring that the wearer holds something truly unique.

Our Students Work


01.12.17 - Baby, it’s cold outside!

It’s December! How did that happen? We’re only one week away from the end of term and the studio is a hive of activity as students complete their final pieces.…Read More

01.11.17 - Scarily Good!

Happy Halloween! Here at the Central Scotland School of Jewellery we’ve been busy putting together a bumper package of Weekend Workshops – treats for grown-ups! Everything kicks off on November…Read More

22.09.17 - The nights are fair drawing in…

It’s that time of year again: families have returned from vacations, teachers are preparing their classrooms and lesson plans, and students are stocking up on highlighters and notebooks. It’s back…Read More