supporting future talent through gala events for the jewellery industry

The Leopards

 
 
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The Leopards are delighted to announce a mentorship programme with The Prince’s Trust where young craftspeople and budding jewellery designers will be awarded the opportunity to train in the workshops and studios of The Leopards.

The winning designs will be produced under the guidance of The Leopards and sold at their own stores where proceeds will be donated to The Prince’s Trust.

Find out who all the winners at the inaugural Leopard Awards were.


The Prince's Trust

 
 

Brought together by a passion for their craft and the future of goldsmithing in the UK, The Leopards are partnering with The Prince’s Trust to offer an apprenticeship programme and unique mentoring opportunity to guide and encourage young people into the jewellery industry.

Entrants are invited to design a piece of jewellery inspired by The City of London. The four winners will be given the opportunity to bring their creation to life, guided by four of London’s most esteemed jewellers: Solange Azagury-Partridge, Theo Fennell, Shaun Leane and Stephen Webster. 


Who we are

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Amelia Troubridge

 
 

Established in 2016, The Leopards are a like-minded group of British designers and jewellery professionals who have come together to celebrate the wonder, art and desire that jewellery inspires. The founding members are: Solange Azagury-Partridge, Shaun Leane, Susan Farmer, Theo Fennell, Stephen Webster and Carol Woolton.

The collective ambition of The Leopards is to preserve the expertise, innovation and design excellence established over the past seven centuries and to identity, nurture and promote new and exciting talent, critical to its future.

 

A gala event showcasing the power and glory of the British jewellery industry.

 
 

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