2003 Titanium Jewelry Design Competition

Showing the growth of titanium as a viable fine-jewelry component, this year's World Titanium Council's Titanium Jewelry Design Competition winners included designs from around the world, from both professional jewelers and students of design. Entries were judged on their uniqueness and visual appeal as well as for demonstrating the positive attributes of titanium in the design. Jackie Goetz of Stoughton, Wis., claimed top honors and the Outstanding Design in Titanium Award with her winning entry entitled "Reflections of Motherhood." This exquisite titanium mother's ring (see next page) featured green anodized titanium and a 1.06-ct. aquamarine set over a .11-ct. tsavorite with accent diamonds. The ring converts into a unique, eye-catching pendant. Goetz, who was inspired by recently becoming a first-time mom, was awarded a custom-designed trophy and an all-expense-paid trip to Las Veg
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