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Emily Richard designs and makes jewellery in precious metals from her workshop in Rugby, Warwickshire.

She trained at Birmingham’s famous School of Jewellery before launching Emily Richard Jewellery in 2008. Her work is influenced by geometric patterns and shapes, often using simple elements to make up more intricate, often three-dimensional patterns. Her two current collections, Torus and Phoenix, can be viewed online here.

To find out where you can see Emily’s jewellery in person, click on Where To Buy.

Awards

2012

Goldsmiths’ Craftsmanship and Design Awards
Contemporary Gold & Platinum Jewellery for Phoenix Linear Pendant
Contemporary Silver Jewellery for Helios Earrings

2011

British Jewellers' Association Awards, School of Jewellery, Birmingham
Weston Beamor Award
Jewellery Quarter Association Prize for Craftsmanship

Oro Verde Fairtrade Gold Competition
Award winner for Sunburst Ring designs

2009

Goldsmiths’ Craftsmanship and Design Awards
Technological Innovation (3D) for Swivel Grid Necklace/Belt

2008

Adventurous Moissanite Design Competition
Finalist, Professional Category for Octagon Neckpiece featuring Moissanite stones

Goldsmiths’ Craftsmanship and Design Awards
Silver Award for Technological Innovation (3D) for Torus Brooch

2007

Moissanite Is Me Design Competition
Student Winner

British Jewellers' Association Awards, School of Jewellery, Birmingham
Goldsmiths Prize for use of Technology
Attainment Award
HND Jewellery and Silversmithing Course Award

2005

British Jewellers' Association Awards, School of Jewellery, Birmingham
HAN Jewellery Prize
Thomas Sutton Award

2004

WorldSkills UK Competition
One of two finalists chosen to represent the School of Jewellery in the UK jewellery round of the  Worldskills competition

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