Retail Jeweller’s 30 under 30 Initiative 2019 honours Goldsmiths’ Centre trainees and alumni
Today Retail Jeweller in association with Thomas Sabo announced its 30 under 30 Rising Stars of the jewellery and silversmithing industry, which officially celebrates those making outstanding contributions to the businesses they work for.
Now in its fifth year, the initiative profiles 30 of the brightest talents, aged 30 and under, celebrating them across five separate categories and invites them to an exclusive networking breakfast in London. Here they get the chance to network and hear from a panel of leading industry experts who will discuss career development opportunities within the trade.
The Goldsmiths’ Centre community is thrilled to see six of its Goldsmiths’ Company Apprentices and two participants on the prestigious Setting Out business incubation course selected for this prestigious shortlist. We would like to thank Retail Jeweller and congratulate all those selected and give special mention to our alumni who have come through our programmes:
Designers/ Designer Makers
Ellis Mhairi Cameron, Jewellery Designer, Ellis Mhairi Cameron, Setting Out alumnus
Jessica Jue, Founder, Jessica Jue Jewellery and Silverware, Setting Out participant
Manufacturing, industry and apprentices
Will Lander, diamond mounter, Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery, former Goldsmiths’ Company Apprentice
Chloe Lightfoot, diamond mounter, E Wolfe & Co, former Goldsmiths’ Company Apprentice
Ben Kerridge, diamond mounter, Dominic Walmsley Jewellery, former Goldsmiths’ Company Apprentice
Sam McMahon, diamond mounter, Mappin & Webb, Goldsmiths’ Company Apprentice
Robert Dean, diamond mounter, House of Garrard, Goldsmiths’ Company Apprentice
George Schembri, diamond mounter, B&M Bijoux, Goldsmiths’ Company Apprentice
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