Design a pair of love tokens to be given to a couple who have been unable to get engaged, married or join as partners during this time.
A bride’s attire is always complete and enhanced from well-chosen and complimentary jewellery. Design a Necklace/Necklet and matching Earrings for a bride’s outfit.
Design a ring set in any combination for a couple who have been unable to get engaged, married or come together because of the restrictions and financial impact from coronavirus.
To be made in gold in any colour or combination, and sensitively decorated with diamonds and complimentary precious gemstones. On the assumption of a positive outcome from this project, it is the intention that the winning design will be manufactured and presented to the winning designer.
Market research on bridal wear provided by Brown & Newirth is accessible via these links:
- The five engagement ring shapes we’ll be wearing in 2019
- The Engagement Ring Trends That Will Dominate 2019
- The Engagement Ring Trends You Need to Know for 2020
- 7 Engagement Ring Trends You'll See in 2020
Your inspiration can come from any theme or subject matter of your choice, and suggested topics could be: the historical notion of giving love tokens, the rituals of a wedding day or ceremony, springtime in the UK, iconography or symbolism relating to hope, love, union and happiness etc.