Argentus to display jewellery from competition winner

First published: 09-06-2010

Designer jewellers Argentus are to put a collection of pieces on display by Regina Aradesian, who won a competition to have her work represented.

She was the successful entrant of the Professional Jeweller Magazine Treasure competition, with her products to be on display as part of London Jewellery Week at Victoria House.

Her designs combine traditional Armenian patterns with inspiration taken from the cellular world also taken into account.

Creative director at Argenteus Fiona Mawson said the work had been on sale in Covent Garden since Ms Aradesian left as manager.

"Many of our branch staff have backgrounds as designers and makers in their own right and we often try to promote their work, both during and after their time with us," she added.

It was revealed in recent weeks that the Goldsmith''s Company would be playing a crucial role in this year''s London Jewellery Week.

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