This award, now in its eighth year, aims to recognise and reward outstanding design in platinum and to enhance design standards of all contemporary jewellery.
It is divided into two categories:

Emerging Designers recognises designers with less than five years commercial experience
Established Designers gives its attention to those who have been in the business for more than five years
Over 100 entries in the form of drawings were considered across the categories and the winners chosen by a panel of distinguished judges in April. These drawings have now been realised as finished pieces of jewellery and can be seen for the first time on the Johnson Matthey stand at IJL.
The winners in the Emerging Designers category are:






Alexander Davis
'DNAture’ pendant  & ‘Diadem’ ring
Alexander’s pendant reflects the elegance of nature’s most simple code, that of the DNA helices











Haruko Horikawa
‘Fluttering Feather’ pendant
Haruko’s inspiration comes from her love of nature and watching birds in flight






Fangfang Qiao
'Ice and Water' earrings
Fangfang's incredibly flexible earrings feature platinum and green jade stones









Katie Rowland
‘Hydra’ ring and ‘Shatki’ pendant
Katie’s ring and pendant were created as show stopping pieces featuring platinum and diamonds


















And winners in the Established Designers category are:




John Bradley
'Affirmation' bracelet
A striking visual appearance with a solid but flexible structure are the bracelet's key attributes





James Powell
'Persephone' hair piece
An elaborate interchangeable hair piece in platinum creating three individually outstanding and striking looks











Luke Rose
'Icon' necklace
The clasp of Luke's necklace is set with a beautiful 2.1ct rose cut black diamond





Miranda Wallis
'Capture' ring
'Capture' looks as delicate as coral but has a carefully balanced support structure making it a solid wearable piece

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