Yorkshire jewellers, Form Bespoke Jewellers, have won the award for Most Popular Jewellery Designer in Yorkshire in The Wedding Industry Expert Awards 2015.
This is the second consecutive year the company has won this award. They have also been recognised in the Top 3 Most Popular Jewellery Designers in the UK and Worldwide.
These awards are decided by public vote, with voters able to nominate businesses in a variety of wedding industry categories. Nomination of a business is to recommend them as an industry specialist. For Form Bespoke Jewellers, this means recognition of both their design skills and expert craftsmanship.
Director of Form Bespoke Jewellers, Tim Swann, says: “It is great to be appreciated for our design skills, especially knowing it has come from the public. Our jewellery design is ever-evolving; we use both CAD and pewter modelling techniques to offer our customers the best process for their individual jewellery pieces, and we always want to continue expanding our bespoke processes.”
Tim Swann set up Form Bespoke Jewellers in August 2004 and was later joined by designer Gary Thompson in 2011. Expert jewellers in handmade fine jewellery, with over 60 years of industry experience, they specialise in bespoke engagement rings and shaped wedding rings.
They have been recognised as award-winning jewellers since 2007 when they were awarded Yorkshire Brides’ Jeweller of the Year. Since then, award success has followed almost annually, including winning the Leeds Guide Highly Commended Jeweller Award for 2011/2012.
Gary Thompson, director and CAD designer at Form Bespoke Jewellers, thanks the voters: “We couldn’t win these awards without our supportive customers. Last year we won a CAD Design award for our innovative skills in bespoke earring design, so it is great to see the acknowledgment continuing. We look forward to the challenge of more competitions and awards in the future.”
Form Bespoke Jewellers are now listed as ‘Wedding Industry Expert Members’ crediting them as reputable, recommended jewellery designers in the wedding industry. Their bespoke design skills can be used to many means including the reinvention of old jewellery pieces.