School of Jewellery Award Recipients

Birmingham School of Jewellery Awards 2019

Support for Young Jewellery Makers

The William Dudley Trust is pleased to showcase below some of the work by this year's recipients of awards made to students at the Birmingham School of Jewellery. A total of twelve students received awards from the Trust in 2019. Having gone through a rigourous selection process these students exhibited the necessary attributes and talent worthy of support from the Trust, and are carrying on the tradition of world-class jewellery making in Birmingham.

Naomi Clarke

Naomi Clarke was awarded the Trust's Artist in Residence bursary in February 2019. Naomi graduated with an MA from the School of Jewellery in 2018 and has been involved with a number of different projects since then. As an artist in residence at the School Naomi is currently placed on the MA Jewellery and Related Products course, supporting and mentoring students to develop their ideas and designs during tutorials. She is also currently working with a Birmingham based charity Craftspace in their 'Women's Maker Movement', a three year jewellery enterprise project engaging women facing economic and social challenges.  Naomi's website can be found at , and she can be found on Instagram at

Other 2019 award recipients:

Final Degree & New Designers Awards:

Lorna McNaught (

Taekyonug Yun (

George Harrow

Final Degree Award:

Huub Boekhurst (

Emma Boshoff (

Rachel Bromley (

Samuel Bowser (

Daniel Fay

Anneliese Hill

Sofie Maceanruig (

Caitlin Murphy

Megan Watkins

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