By Hamish Coleman-Ross - Stuff.co.nz TV - Ian Douglas talks about the history and work that goes into creating the Wellington Cup. By Hamish Coleman-Ross. Ian Douglas in the co-founder of The Village Goldsmith and Inspired Jewellery.
Capital Day | The Dominion Post - Stacey Wood Photographer: Craig Simcox - IT TAKES a lot of time and effort to prepare the prize for Wellington’s horseracing event of the year. Jeweller Ian Douglas and his team at Village Goldsmith have been crafting the Wellington Cup trophies since 1998 and have the process down to a fine art. Three trophies are needed every year - the larger cup for the owner of the winning horse, plus smaller versions for the jockey and trainer.
Author: Tristram Barker - You may not realise it but one third of the world’s diamonds come from the Arctic north of Canada. Ian Douglas of The Inspired Collection, who has more than thirty years experience in the jewel...
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