24. JEWELLERS

3D CRAFT

The Brief

J) Junior            S) Senior

This section, sponsored by Principal Patrons Brown & Newirth, is designed to identify and reward high quality hand craft skills demonstrated on fine jewellery as opposed to the traditional making skills of the diamond mounter as in section 25. 


Judges Comments 2019/20

Judges were very impressed with the high levels of craftsmanship and technical achievements. They were encouraged by the extremely well-made pieces, and very much spoilt for choice. Entrants displayed an excellent range and variety of manufacturing techniques and processes.


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About Brown & Newirth

For half a century, Brown & Newirth® have played their part in a dream to become one of the world's treasured makers of fine jewellery 'for the most important moments in your life'. 

"Today, we are immensely proud of our close partnership with The Goldsmiths' Craft & Design Council, as we work together to encourage and promote design and craftsmanship excellence of our many talented and high-skilled silversmiths, goldsmiths and Jewellery designers, here in the UK." 

GC&DC x Brown & Newirth – Deep Dive into Jewellery Design

The GC&DC hosted a conversation with our Special Patrons, Brown & Newirth, as we talked jewellery and announced the winner of the Love in Lockdown 2D Jewellery Design challenge. This was followed by a 'Deep Dive into Jewellery Design' as we caught up with Pamela Statham, Head Jewellery Designer at Continental Jewellery UK and a GC&DC judge, and Zoe Harding a Goldsmith’s Company Award Winner, GC&DC judge and freelance jewellery designer with over 16 years’ experience. They talked about their work as jewellery designers, and how they approach client briefs, with plenty of helpful tips and advice to take away!

 

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