NAG graduate ceremony marks 65 years of education


Claudia Sarti and Steven Pyke pick up top awards of the evening.

The National Association of Goldsmiths (NAG) marked a 65-year tradition of education when 76 students graduated from its training schemes.

The graduates picked up their diplomas at a ceremony at The Goldsmiths’ Hall on Thursday evening.

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Claudia Sarti of Laings of Glasgow was awarded the Greenough Trophy and Steven Pyke of W M Pyke & Sons was awarded the Gemstone Award for the highest aggregate marks in the Professional Jewellers’ Diploma and Professional Jewellers’ Gemstone Diploma programmes respectively.

NAG education and training manager Victoria Wingate said: “The courses have been developing and evolving since 1945, but remain as vital as ever, as these awards show.”

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