49th German Award for Jewellery and Precious Stones Idar-Oberstein 2018
A jewellery piece consisting of precious metal and gemstones was required. Pearls were only allowed in combination with gemstones. The use of synthetic gems was not admitted!
1. PRICE: CARSTEN KISSNER
SCHWETZINGEN, CERTIFICATE AND 4000 EURO
Necklace or bracelet made of red-, rose- and yellow gold, platinum, diamonds and a spiral necklace made of stainless steel
This magnificent and superbly handcrafted piece of jewellery, which can either be worn as a bracelet or as a necklace, is the best work of this year´s main competition according to the unanimous opinion of the jury.
An imaginative jewel, which reminds of armour scales of a reptile or an insect, and has been perfectly worked out down to the tiniest detail.
BERNADETT KING, ZWIESEL, CERTIFICATE AND 2500 EURO
Necklace made of silver, partly blackened, with black diamonds and nylon thread
CLAUDIA ADAM UND JÖRG STOFFEL, STIPSHAUSEN, CERTIFICATE AND 1500 EURO
Necklace made of tourmaline quartz, white and yellow gold, white gold platinum alloy and stainless steel
HARALD CONRAD, SIESBACH,CERTIFICATE AND 500 EURO
Object respectively necklace made of silver, gold leaf and blackened silver with onyx, tourquoise and cat’s eyes
ANNESUSE RAQUET, SULZBACHTAL, CERTIFICATE AND 500 EURO
Necklace made of eye agate, ammonite, coral, carnelian and gold plated silver
ANDREA SOHNE, IDAR-OBERSTEIN, CERTIFICATE AND 500 EURO
Two silver rings made of spirally layer agate and smoky quartz