Cass Jeweller Sparkles
Kiki Tang, a third year student on BA (Hons) Jewellery and Silversmithing has been chosen as one of International Jewellery London (IJL)'s Bright Young Gems 2014.
Now in its ninth year, the Bright Young Gems initiative is well-known within the industry for unveiling future industry stars. It provides the designers with a unique commercial platform as they begin to establish their reputations for producing outstanding contemporary jewellery.
Talking about Kiki's success, course leader Marianne Forrest said this is a well deserved accolade. Her professionalism and attention to detail has enabled her to stand out as a future leader in the world of jewellery. The opportunity Bright Young Gems gives her is a powerful platform for starting her own brand the value of which is immeasurable. The attention to fine craft and the encouragement of questioning and thoughtful innovation in Jewellery is very much a Cass ideal and Kiki embodies the experimental approaches that are so much a feature of The Cass Jewellery & Silversmithing course today.'
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