Gold Awarded

Robin is very proud to have received the highest accolade in the special awards category for ‘Technological Innovation’ at this years GC & DC Awards.

The Goldsmith's Craft and Design Council Awards are highly regarded in the industry and known internationally as the ‘oscars’ of the jewellery world. Robin continued to push the boundaries by controversially using Titanium for the second year running with his beautiful and complex Titanium Sapphire Cuff.

Made from 1200 blue sapphires that graduate in colour, individually hand set in titanium taking Robin over 300 hours to handcraft.

Excerpt taken from the 2018 GC & DC Awards:

Technological Innovation
Special Award sponsored by The Goldsmiths’Assay Office.
This award celebrates the use and contribution that technology is making in the craft and industry.

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Gold & Bronze Awarded

Robin was honoured to win two awards at the 2017 Goldsmith's Craft and Design Council Awards. Robin's titanium Morpho Butterfly Brooch was entered for it’s innovative, creative and technical difficulty and achieved a gold award for setting and bronze for conceptual design.

The Morpho Butterfly Brooch is handcrafted in titanium and 18ct gold, traditionally pavé set with over 600 diamonds and sapphires taking over 175 hours to make.

Titanium is considered to be the most technically challenging of materials, the reserve of only the finest artistic jewellers, only a handful of workshops internationally are capable of manufacturing a fine jewel such as this in titanium.

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Institute of Professional Goldsmiths

Robin was accredited the highest level of membership to the Institute of Professional Goldsmiths (IPG), know as a Fellowship, in 2015. This affiliation is awarded to only the highest level of jewellery craftspeople.

Fellows of the IPG, often anonymously, create pieces for royalty and the world's finest jewellery houses.

To acknowledge this significant accolade every piece of Selini Jewellery is hallmarked with the IPG marque.

For further information on the IPG please visit www.ipgoldsmiths.com

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