Congratulations to Piran Caseley our current first year BA Jewellery Design student, his neckpiece inspired by the fragrances of Christian Dior has won the Top Prize! This year, the stakes were raised, with the team behind the prize working in collaboration with London’s Victoria & Albert Museum. The brief for students was to produce a jewellery piece inspired by the museum’s blockbuster Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams exhibition.

Nadia Swarovski and Shaun Leane presented the award to Piran at the Private View hosted by V&A Museum. The private view also showcased all the short-listed students’ design work as a celebration to our first year students’ hard-work and creativity.

Click here for the full article on I-D Vice has written about Piran’s winning neckpiece.



Congratulations to Isla Gilham our 2018 graduate for winning the Gold Award by Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Council 2019.

Click here to see more of Isla’s work.

The New York times has written a very nice article about the Marzee International Graduate Show 18′, featuring work by our graduate Veronika Fabian. Marie-José van den Hout, founder of the Marzee said during a tour of the prize winning work this year, “Veronika’s work is about the cultural now, about women’s self-identity, I want to buy this piece.”

Read the full article with Marie-José van den Hout here.


We are thrilled to announced our 2018 graduate Shengyi Chen as the Winner of Klimt02 JPlus award 2018. The Klimt02 JPlus Emerging Talent Award 2018 aims to recognize the work of graduate students by supporting their career on the professional world. The prize consists of a professional jeweller profile at and an exhibition at Hannah Gallery Barcelona by Klimt02.

The exhibition will be on show at Hannah Gallery from 13th February to 8th March 2019.

Read full story here

We’re thrilled to announce that recent graduate Yichen Dong has won the Matranovak Jewelry Symposium participation award, at this years’ Art Jewelry Night in Budapest. “I am a Ring” and “I Married an Ear” are powerful stereotypes of generic jewellery forms. Defying their original uses, they augment in shape and size, so as to confound our expectations. In the process, they become what they want to be.

We are delighted to announce Veronika Fabian as the winner of this year’s Marzee Graduate Prize. Veronika has had a very productive summer, she has also won the Main Patron Award of the Art Jewellery Night Budapest. We cannot wait and see what she does next!