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JAS-16’s Jewellery Design Competition Winners


Jewellers Association Show JAS-16 had held its 9th competition for jewellery design. The results of the JAS Jewellery Design Competition got announced a day back on Tuesday, August 16, 2016.

Categories for Jewellery Design Competition at JAS-16

For this jewellery design competition, different categories were allotted to people belong to different working arenas. The category for professionals was ‘Art Jewellery’, for students it was ‘Contemporary Jewellery’, for open to all zone the category was ‘Abstract Jewellery’ and for jewellery industry the category was ‘Bridal Jewellery’.

JAS Convener Sanjay Kala told that this was the 9th Jewellery Design competition of JAS-16’s 10th edition. The competition took place in 2 rounds and a total of 174 entries were received on international level for the same. From the first round 10 designs each were selected for all categories to compete in the final round.

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Winners of the JAS Jewellery Design Competition

In the final round, we got our winners:

Professional category winners – Ritika Goyal 1st, Sanjeev Ganesh Patra from Mumbai 2nd and Murlidhar Goyal 3rd

Students category winners – Ekanshi Vishnoi 1st, Shubhangi Dangayach 2nd and Shagun Jain 3rd

Open to All category winners – Neha Agrawal 1st, Avani Singh Jamwaal 2nd and Vishal Goyal 3rd

Jewellers category winners – Silgold Delhi’s Tarun Jain 1st, BR Designs Surat’s Dilip Kumar Tarachand Shah (Gujarat) 2nd and Junagarh Jewellery’s Pra. Li. Junagarh (Gujarat) 3rd

 

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