The inaugural post-graduate jewellery collections of the three winners of the 2010 Kaiserman Prize –Noha Khalef, Breanna Timmons and Carly Lampitt – will go on display in Melbourne tomorrow.
The Kaiserman Prize was set up by Kaiserman Jewellery managing director Simon Kaiserman in 2006 to help launch the careers of talented new jewellers.
The competition is open to students and recent graduates from jewellery courses at tertiary institutions around Australia who must produce a design made from traditional materials such as gold, silver, precious stones or non-traditional materials such as titanium, rubber, timber, glass, etc.
The competition winners are awarded a trophy and tools, materials, workshop space and guidance to allow them to create their first post-graduate jewellery collection.
This year’s winners collections will be on display at Kaiserman Jewellery (586 Chapel St, South Yarra) from October 22-31.