Design Competition Pieces

These awards were seen as an individual way for the Australian jewellery industry to forward the frontier of design

 

 2011

The mercedia rose platinum and 18ct green gold diamond ring

was entered into the The Harper’s Bazaar Diamond Guild Australia 2011 Jewellery Awards

in the “Solitaire” category.

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  2010

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 The platinum spirit diamond ring featuring patterns of green gold, rose gold and white gold

was entered into the JAA Australian Jewellery awards 2010 in the

“Precious Metal Design Award” category.

 

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2009

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The platinum and 18ct white patterned gold ring featuring a Spirit diamond was chosen as a Finalist in The Harper’s Bazaar Diamond Guild Australia 2009 Jewellery Awards in the “Solitaire” category.

The Harper’s Bazaar Diamond Guild Australia Jewellery Awards recognises the best in Australian diamond jewellery design. Judged by a distinguished panel of industry leaders, these prestigious Awards showcase the most extraordinary, beautiful and unique diamond jewellery designed by Australia’s top diamond jewellers

valuation photo   Robert Paul awards ring 2   Robert Paul awards ring 3

 

 

 

 

 

1997

Robert achieved distinction when he was presented winner in the category “Simply Solitaire”. He was also chosen as a finalist in the category “Engaging Diamonds”.

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1999

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2002

In June 2002, Robert was awarded “Highly Commended” for his Pearl ring titled “Sea Green” in The Australian Gemstone Design Awards. The awards are a national competition held annually, and are open to all jewellery designers who are residents of Australia . Roberts piece featured a white South Sea Pearl, one Context Diamond, two Context Cut Green Tourmalines & silver and white gold Mokume Gane.

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