Professional Jeweller announces Hot 100 2014

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Names of our 100 industry luminaries revealed at glittering party.

The fifth Professional Jeweller Hot 100 was revealed at a spectacular jewellery industry party at Freemasons’ Hall, London, on September 1, with more than 800 guests celebrating the work of 100 key movers and shakers from the UK jewellery industry.

The glittering event was held in association with headline partner Pandora, principal partner The Company of Master Jewellers and Diamond Partner International Jewellery London (IJL).

The Professional Jeweller Hot 100 is an annual celebration of 100 impressive individuals from the UK jewellery industry that have showcased innovation, business development and design skills over the past 12 months. The 100 are listed under five categories – Trendsetters, Retail Stars, Business Big Shots, Trailblazers and NexGems; the latter dedicated to new jewellery design talent based in the UK.

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Each year, the Hot 100 list is kept entirely secret until the reveal party; with each chosen person photographed and interviewed for a luxury commemorative book released on the night.

The Hot 100 2014 was hosted by Professional Jeweller editor Kathryn Bishop and The Company of Master Jewellers’ chief executive Willie Hamilton, who congratulated this year’s Hot 100 within the illuminated Art Deco surrounds of the Freemasons’ Hall Grand Temple. The event saw guests cheer and applaud their peers, colleagues and industry friends, who were revealed one-by-one in a special video reel.

Professional Jeweller editor Kathryn Bishop said: "The Hot 100 has become the UK jewellery industry’s leading event – where the most hard-working, innovative and cutting-edge talents in our industry are recognised for their hard work.

"This year’s event was a double celebration as we reached the fifth anniversary of the Professional Jeweller Hot 100, and hosted our largest party to date, thanks to our partners Pandora, The Company of Master Jewellers and IJL.

"Those individuals that make the Hot 100 list each year should be extremely proud of their place within the Hot 100. We received hundreds of nominations this year but these are our finest examples of what it means to a business person, leading designer and innovator in the UK jewellery industry today. Congratulations to all of those that have made the Hot 100 2014 so special."

The Professional Jeweller Hot 100 2014

TRENDSETTERS
Laura Gravestock, Laura Gravestock
Fannie Schiavoni, Fannie Schiavoni
Jessica de Lotz, Jessica de Lotz
Madeleine Moxham, Moxham
Russell Lownsbrough, Waxcarving
Danila Tarcinale, Waxcarving
Ornella Iannuzzi, Ornella Iannuzzi
Vanessa Chilton, Robinson Pelham
Zoe Benyon, Robinson Pelham
Kate Pelham Burn, Robinson Pelham
Polly Wales, Polly Wales Jewellery
Imogen Belfield, Imogen Belfield
Tina Lilienthal, TINALILIENTHAL
Laura Vann, V Jewellery
Duffy, Duffy Jewellery
Siobhan Maher, Domino
Natasha Bagnall, Domino
Ivonna Poplanska, Boudici London and Van Eyck Jewelry
Sarah Raffel, Brazen Studios
Babette Wasserman, Babette Wasserman

RETAIL STARS
Michael Hyman, Leonard Dews Jewellers
Lee Hooson, Mococo
Maureen Hooson, Mococo
Dave Shone, Emson Haig
Pete Boyle, Argento
Vashi Dominguez, Vashi.com
William Craghill, Michael Jones Jewellers
Michael Aldridge, Neil & Barker, Ti Sento Manchester and Pandora St Helens
Allison Aldridge, Neil & Barker, Ti Sento Manchester and Pandora St Helens
Jeremy France, Jeremy France Jewellers
Joanna Salmond, Kohatu + Petros
Varney Polydor, Kohatu + Petros
Alice Rigby, Argos
Kirsty Vinten, Pandora UK
Roy Welsh, Market Cross Jewellers
Dawn Welsh, Market Cross Jewellers
Catalina Rosca, Lila’s
Paul Magri-Harris, Hill’s The Jewellers
Alex McMillan, Pulse Tech (UK)
Lorna McQuillan, Grace & Co
Mick McQuillan, Grace & Co
Anna Blackburn, Beaverbrooks
Tobias Kormind, 77 Diamonds
Vadim Weinig, 77 Diamonds
Vivek Khandelwal, Emdico Limited
Sanjay Khandelwal, Emdico Limited
Rachel Entwistle, Thor & Wistle
Kamilla Thorsen, Thor & Wistle

BUSINESS BIG SHOTS
Laurence Graff OBE, Graff Diamonds
Willie Hamilton, The Company of Master Jewellers
Peter Mooney, Continental Jewellery UK
Ben Roberts, Clogau Gold
Michael Hakimian, Yoko London
John Nichols, H&T Pawnbrokers and Est1897
Mahan Lankarani, Swarovski UK
Bec Astley Clarke MBE, Astley Clarke
Sam Stevens, Hockley Mint
Poppy Elder, Hockley Mint
Steve Bennett, The Genuine Gemstone Company
Amber Atherton, My Flash Trash
Victoria McKay, London Diamond Bourse
Steven May, Maygems Ltd
Helen David, Harrods
Zoe Uhrmacher, Fossil Group UK
Peter O’Loughlin, P&A Agencies Ltd
Avis O’Loughlin, P&A Agencies Ltd
Catherine Sproule, The Responsible Jewellery Council
Nigel Simpson, Pandora UK
Peter Andersen, Pandora
David Maine, Chrysalis
Andy Maine, Chrysalis
Neil Thompson, Buckley Jewellery Sam McDermid, Bouton
Elizabeth Hunt, Allied Gold Ltd
Stephen Whittaker, Fellows Auctioneers
 

TRAILBLAZERS
Mhairi McKenzie, Bonnie Bling
Ed Hole, Weston Beamor
Glen Day, Weston Beamor
Graham Dicks, GVUK Design Limited
Brian Hill, Goldsmiths’ Craft & Design Council
Alex Monroe, Alex Monroe
Perri Lewis, Mastered
Cheryl Adamson, Mastered
Maia Adams, Adorn Insight
Juliet Hutton-Squire, Adorn Insight
Kate Baxter, The Cut London

NEXGEMS
Arlene Katorza, I Love a Lassie
Lisa McMyn, I Love a Lassie
Jenny Llewellyn, Jenny Llewellyn
Rosie Sanders, Rosie Sanders
Kristjan Eyjolfsson FIPG, Kristjan Eyjolfsson Fine Jewellery
Filipa Oliveira, Filipa Oliveira Jewellery Design
Alexa De Castilho, Alexa De Castilho
Richard Burton, Rich-Jewellery
Amanda Gerbasi, KATTRI
Luka Pasikowski, Cardinal of London
Lily Kamper, Lily Kamper
Luke Shimell, Shimell and Madden
Emma Madden, Shimell and Madden
Monique Daniels, Monique Daniels
 

To find out more about the Hot 100, click here.

 

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