A Titanium World

After a well-received first attempt last year, the World Titanium Council has announced its second annual international design contest. In a step to gain recognition for titanium jewelry and compete in the industry where design contests reinforce the popularity of jewelry in such materials as gold, pearls and gemstones, the council has brought on board some of the industry's headliners to serve as judges. The 2003 competition allows entrants to present either design renderings or finished pieces (with renderings demonstrating the qualifications necessary for fabrication). A major criterion in judging each entry will be how the piece is unique to titanium or how the design is enhanced through the use of titanium. The judges for the contest are jewelry trade editors along with designers like David Yurman, Jose Hess, and Steven Kretchmer and retailers like Ruth Fortunoff of Fortunoff
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