Arabesque collection wins top Gemvision Matrix prize

A graduate at the School of Jewellery at Birmingham City University (BCU), Hannah Kimber, has been presented this year’s Gemvision Matrix Award.

The annual award is open to students on the school’s B.A (Hons) Design for Industry one-year top-up degree level course that teaches Gemvision’s award winning Matrix CAD jewellery software.

Kimber took her influence from Islamic architecture and her arabesque inspired rings and pendants, impressing judges who included deputy head of the School of Jewellery Gaynor Andrews and Gemvision’s Graham Dicks.

Kimber said: “Using the amazing rendering capabilities of Matrix means I was able to make my designs look stunningly realistic and unique.”

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