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Jewellery Awards

Louise Barnfather is a member of the British Jewellers' Association and has had her stunning designs recognised by the jewellery industry.

In 2004, her 'Arabesque' diamond pendant was awarded Highly Commended in the prestigious Kayman Diamond Award.

Sponsored by the British Jewellers' Association and the Diamond Trading Council, the Award was open to all UK jewellery designers.

More recently, Louise was a finalist in the 2007 Kayman Award with her Firecracker collection. Inspired by New Year fireworks, these 9ct white gold pieces hold stunning ceylon sapphires. The collection comprises pendant, bangle, ring and earrings.


Louise has also received three awards in the prestigious Tahitian Pearl Trophy 2007-2008. Her entries in three separate categories of the UK section, necklace, pendant and male jewellery, were all awarded second place. The entries are shown below.
creation The idea for Creation came from the Polynesian god Tane, who was inspired by the form and brightness of pearls to create the stars. A 14mm peacock Tahitian Pearl is suspended in 9ct white gold.
These 9ct gold cufflinks each cradle four Tahitian Pearls, three gold and one champagne. They are called Spheres of Flame.

This stunning necklace was inspired by the constellation, The Lyre. Each grey Tahitian Pearl represents a star, including the red ring nebula which is brought out with a ring of red gold. Lyra is made from 9ct white gold.


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