BYG Highly Commended 2019

  • Caroline Wellesley (Sir John Cass School of Architecture, Art and Design – East London): Decadent Ring made with recycled sterling silver and plated in 24ct gold. Inspired by 80s graphic design and iconography from Studio 54, Caroline uses traditional goldsmithing techniques fused with modern technologies to create seductive pieces full of sensuous curves and volumes and a palette of bright untamed colours. Each piece is made from recycled sterling silver, plated in either gold or using an innovative method of ceramic coating. Caroline Wellesley’s ‘Dance like nobody’s watching’ collection is a celebration of being bold and daring to be yourself.

    www.carolinewellesley.com / instagram @carolinewellesleyjewellery

  • Naomi Scott (Glasgow School of Art): Lupin Neckpiece, Silver with 18kt Green Gold. This neckpiece has been inspired by a ribbon-like movement, the repetition of the link formations has continuity and flow. The interconnecting sections allow movement and for the piece to sit elegantly framing the collar bone. The Lupin Collection - Lupin takes qualities from the simplicity of ribbon, fluid like movements of fabric form, coiled spring structures and inspiration driven from modern architecture. Created in silver and 18 karat gold the pieces are simplistic and elegant with the outlines of the shapes being focal. Tactility, playfulness and bold shapes are recreated into wearable formations of fine jewellery.

    www.naominoyau.com / instagram @naominoyau

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