Kiran Chug - The Dominion Post. Craig Simcox - Photographer. Burger rings, bottle tops and shells need no longer stand in for engagement rings, thanks to a jeweller putting the romance back into proposals in a way that has already helped rugby celebrity Dan Carter pop the question. Wellington jeweller Ian Douglas has designed a series of silver rings that leave men free to worry about whether their prospective fiancees will say yes, rather than whether she will like the ring.
VNZ 7 - Ian Douglas is a finalist in the 2010 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. He was recently featured of the 'Entrepreneur of the Year' show on television New Zealand. To see the full show click on this link:
Jewellery World - Wellington-based jeweller Karl Williams has won the Gemological Institute of America's 2010 George A. Schuetz Design Contest for best original men’s jewellery design. Williams’ winning piece is an industrial-themed gent’s diamond ring made from platinum and 18 carat yellow gold. “I wanted to design something that challenged regular perceptions of men’s jewellery,” said Williams.
Jeweller Magazine - A Kiwi jeweller has just won a prestigious international competition with his design of a men’s diamond ring. Wellington-born Karl Williams edged out competitors to win the Gemological Institute of America’s 2010 George A. Schuetz Design Contest. The contest judges the best original men’s jewellery designs around the world and Williams’...