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Student Competition 2011: Top 5 Finalists

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Take a look below at the 5 finalists of the London Jewellery School Students Competition 2011. This year we had even more entries than ever before, all of on excellent standard making it very difficult for our judges to choose. But low and behold here they are. First second and third place will be announced on Friday 19th August so good luck and do let us know what you think of the entries in the comments box at the bottom of the post. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who took part and congratulations to our final 5


Students Name: Leia Bossom

Title of piece: Climbing Rose Cuff

Description of piece: This piece comprises two roses in bloom climbing the arm forming a striking and extrovert cuff.
It is surprisingly comfortable to wear as it is fitted to the individual and always causes strangers to ask where it is from.

Materials used: Fine and sterling silver

Students Business: Dont Do Dainty,

www.dontdodainty.com


Students Name: Emily Mah Tippets

Title of piece: Pink Rose Bracelet

Description of piece: Wire wrapped cuff bracelet made with enamelled copper wire

Materials used: Enamelled copper wire

Students Business: Emily Mah Jewellery Designs

www.emilymah.etsy.com

 


Students Name: Nicole Stanley

Title of piece: Flora Metallica

Description of piece: A beadwoven statement piece; this necklace combines delicate floral beauty with an urban twist. Stitched in beads in shades of sultry gunmetal grey and vibrant metallic purple, this necklace features the glamour and sparkle of Swarovski crystals as embellishment to create a piece which demonstrates the intricacy and delicacy of beadweaving, whilst proving that this traditional jewellery making technique can also be bold and edgy. The design of this necklace consists of three beadwoven floral motifs, with trailing chains of tendrils draping from them, linked together by peyote-stitched crystal adorned rings and a ‘double toggle’ fastening.

Materials used: Toho seed beads, Miyuki delica beads, Miyuki long magatama beads, Swarovski crystal bicone beads, Swarovski rivoli stones, gunmetal plated chain/findings

Students Business: Hollybird Beads

www.hollybirdbeads.folksy.com


Students Name: Natasha Williams

Title of piece: Afro Deco Pendant

Description of piece: Afro deco style pendant with laminated human hair.

Materials used: Perspex, brass and human hair

Students Business: Afro Deco

www.afrodecodesign.com

 

 

 


Students Name: Jay Baycroft

Title of piece: Peacock Feather

Description of piece: It was inspired by a peacock feather this is why I used Opal I feel it was the best stone as it has a multitude of colours just like a peacock.

Materials used: Silver and opal

Students Business: Coming soon…