Up-and-coming jewellery designers hoping to be the breakout star of the second season of the BBC’s All That Glitters have only two days left to apply.
After 24-year-old Hugo Johnson won the show’s inaugural season last month, the BBC confirmed that season two had been officially commissioned.
Now, those aspiring to compete on the following season of the jewellery design talent search show, broadcast on BBC Two, have until Friday 4 June 2021 to complete their application.
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Production company Twenty Twenty put out the call for candidates, saying: “All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star, a talent search to find the country’s most talented up-and-coming jewellers, is back and looking for people to take part.
“Unfolding inside a specially built workshop, nestled in the heart of Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter, this contest is built on the extraordinary skills of talented jewellers from all walks of life.
“Each week, the jewellers will battle it out to impress two of the biggest names in jewellery business by creating ‘bestselling’ pieces, as well as making real clients’ dreams come true, transforming incredible stories into ‘bespoke’ objects of beauty that will last forever.
“Working with some of the most valuable objects on earth, including silver, gold, and precious gemstones, the challenges will explore the wildly diverse styles and aesthetics that can be found across different types of jewellery design and craftmanship. Every episode will be bursting with science, history, and culture.
“Only one jeweller can prove they are a cut above the rest and claim the All That Glitters crown.”
Applicants must be 18 or over and can be an amateur or professional jeweller. More information can be found on the Twenty Twenty website.
To find out more about season two, listen to judges Solange Azagury-Partridge and Shaun Leane in conversation with Professional Jeweller on the PJ Podcast below:
PJ PODCAST: All That Glitters special with judges Shaun Leane and Solange Azagury-Partridge