School of Jewellery Award Recipients

Birmingham School of Jewellery Awards 2017

Katy Tromans

Katy Tromans was awarded the Trust's Artist in Residence bursary in February 2017. Katy received both the Trust's Final Module Award and the New Designers Award in 2016 and her portfolio of creative jewellery was again deemed to be worthy of the Trust's support in 2017. Katy's website can be found at:

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 ten students received awards from the Trust in 2017. 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.





Other 2017 award recipients:

Kate Hadden - Final Module Award and New Designers Award

Sophie Beer - Final Module Award and New Designers Award

Kine Guvag - Final Module Award and New Designers Award

Annabel Large - Final Module Award

Elisha Khan - Final Module Award

Georgina Stanley - Final Module Award

Katie Shirt - Final Module Award

Megan Chiles - Final Module Award

Rhiannon Rodgers - Final Module Award








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