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2010 Saul Bell Design Award Winners & Finalists

The 10th annual Saul Bell Design Award Competition challenged designers to unleash their imaginations and create innovative designs in any of six categories.
Hollowware
A vessel that is spun, drawn, forged and/or raised. May incorporate decorative cast
or fabricated components into the design. The medium is predominantly silver and/or gold.
Grand Prize—Hollowware
Wayne Meeten
Hackney, London, UK
Second Place—Hollowware
Michael Banner
Banner Studio
Monterey, Massachusetts
Gold/Platinum
The predominant metal is gold, platinum or a combination of both.
May be cast, fabricated, forged, assembled, or any combination of techniques.
Must be your original design.
First Place—Gold/Platinum
Jason Dow
Jason Dow, Inc.
Honolulu, Hawaii
Second Place—Gold/Platinum
Navanit Anvekar
KNS Platinum Solutions, LLC
Cliffside Park, New Jersey
Silver/Argentium® Silver
The predominant metal is silver. May be cast, fabricated, forged, assembled
or any combination of techniques. Must be your original design.
First Place—Silver/Argentium® Silver
Robin Waynee
Ryan Roberts Ltd.
Chimayo, New Mexico
Second Place—Silver/Argentium® Silver
Heather Bayless
Seoul, Korea
Enamel
New this year! The predominant surface material must be enamel.
Use glass-based enamels and fire on any type of metal.
Must be your original design and construction.
First Place—Enamel
William Brinker
Brinker's Studio
Boulder, Colorado
Second Place—Enamel
Falcher Fusager
Magick Fusager Design, Inc.
Fairfield, California
Beads
The predominant design elements are beads, pearls, or other strung ornaments.
Beads may be any material. Must be your original design or assembly.
First Place—Beads
Renee Menard
Renee Menard
San Diego, California
Second Place—Beads
Pallavi Dudeja Foley
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Metal Clay
The predominant material is either silver, gold, bronze or copper metal clay.
Must be the designer's original design.
First PlaceMetal Clay
Wendy Wallin Malinow
Wallin Malinow Design
Portland, Oregon
Second Place—Metal Clay
Angela Baduel-Crispin
L'Ange Est La
Ploemeur, France
Emerging Artist
We invite members of the jewelry or hollowware community and students of a jewelry
or hollowware training program to embrace the challenge and take part in the tenth
annual Saul Bell Design Award competition.
First Place—Emerging Artist
Paige Munroe

Ann Arbor, MI
Second Place
Emerging Artist
Devon Tipp
Millwood, NY
Third Place—Emerging Artist
Michelle Brant
Lake Tapps, WA