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Vicky Lew CSM SWAROVSKI DESIGN PROJECT 2014 (4)

This year’s prize for the Best Use of Non-Precious Metals was awarded by the Worshipful Company of Tin Plate Workers alias Wire Workers to 2014 graduate Vicky Lew. The prize, judged by metalsmith Alistair McCallum, Andrew and Francis Balcombe, Piers and Maria Baker, Diana Hughes and Erica Stary, recognised Vicky’s use of anodised aluminium and pave-set gemstones to express the fleeting image of a bird in flight.

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Image courtesy of Mindy Coe

Image courtesy of Mindy Coe

Congratulations to Tiffany Baehler for winning the Swarovski Award 2014, and special mentions to Ioanna Souflia and Nadya Fedatova for their commendations from the judges.

Winning Camo bracelet, silver with pavé set Swarovski Gemstones by Tiffany Baehler

Nadya Fedatova’s wood and Swarovski Crystals bracelets were commended

 

Ioanna Souflia's specially commended marble and Swarovski Crystals jewellery

Ioanna Souflia’s specially commended marble and Swarovski Crystals jewellery

 

This year’s Swarovski Award was judged by the team from Swarovski,  jewellery designers Fernando Jorge and Beanie Major and was presented by Burak Cakmak, head of Corporate Responsibility at Swarovski.

Three Theo Fennell Awards 2014 were given to Ruiyin Lin for Best Overall Collection, Vicky Lew for Best Design and Joo Hye Kim for Best Technical Achievement. Congratulations to all three winners for their success.

The award was judged by the team from Theo Fennell and presented by designer Rachel Hopkins.

Vicky Lew, RuiYin Lin and Joo Hye Kim (Image courtesy of Mindy Coe)

Vicky Lew, RuiYin Lin and Joo Hye Kim (Image courtesy of Mindy Coe)

RuiYin Lin – Theo Fennell Awards

RuiYin Lin – Theo Fennell Awards: Winner of Best Overall Collection

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Joo Hye Kim – Theo Fennell Awards: Winner of Best Technical Achievement

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Vicky Lew – Theo Fennell Awards: Winner of Best Design

Congratulations to Hoonik Chang for receiving the Cartier Portfolio Award at the BA Jewellery Design Awards Evening. Hoonik will now undertake an internship at Cartier in Paris.

Well done also to runners up Wizal Wang and Kota Okuda for being commended by the Cartier team for their outstanding work in the competition.

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(From left to right) Kota Okuda, Wizal Wang, Cartier representative and Hoonik Chang: Winner of the Cartier Portfolio Award 2014 (Image courtesy of Mindy Coe)