We have done it again – Winner of ‘Collections of the Year’!
We’re thrilled to be ending the year on this high – for the fourth year running Professional Jeweller has named Andrew Geoghegan as winner in the Jewellery Collection of the Year!
This year it is the Bridal category which we have won and the collection which stole the show is the Gabriel, our most recent designer engagement ring and wedding ring. This wonderful range, which includes the Rafael diamond set wedding ring, was inspired by the power of the oceans and the bold explorers who pioneered their waves. Designed on the wild coast of Portugal and named after two of the ships that Vasco da Gama sailed on his journey to India.
We want to thank everyone who has supported us in 2017 – to all those who voted for our win and the AG wearers who carry off our pieces so beautifully – you’re all part of the success we’ve enjoyed this year. The timing couldn’t be better and will be a real inspiration for 2018 – we can’t wait to see what it might hold – keep your eyes on our website for more news.
Sincere thanks, and best wishes for a truly magical Christmas.
From all at Andrew Geoghegan.
Who won the 1/2 carat Diamond from Andrew Geoghegan and Harlow Carr Gardens?
Saturday morning 10.00 am was the time. Harlow Carr Gardens was the place. The people involved were the team HC, team AG, Santa, Mrs Claus and the winner of the fabulous diamond, Zoe Palmer-Smith. Zoe was absolutely delighted to win the diamond and to make it even more special she was told about her win on the day of her daughter’s first birthday. There were a few photos taken in the gardens and then in Santas Grotto. We tried to encourage Zoe to sit on Santa’s lap but no joy.
This joint venture between Andrew Geoghegan Designer Jewellery and RHS Gardens signifies the start of a very fitting partnership so keep an eye out in 2011 for more luxuries to be won!
Win a 1/2 Carat Diamond!
To celebrate the diamond anniversary year of RHS Garden Harlow Carr in Harrogate we have donated a 1/2 carat diamond. Harlow, which is said to be home to some of the North’s most dazzling horticultural treasures, will use the diamond as a competition prize for its visitors. In November visitors will be given the chance to find the diamond, worth £2,500, in its 60th anniversary Diamond Quest.
The diamond is a stunning 0.50ct brilliant cut with a Gemological Institute of America certificate. The colour of the stone is G and the clarity is VS2 – a truly beautiful stone. Although visitors will take part in a quest to hunt out the diamond, the actual stone will be kept safe at our studio in Leeds until the winner has been named.
The lady behind Andrew in the image is Harlow Carr curator Elizabeth Balmforth; “We wanted to do something really special to mark our sixtieth anniversary year and a diamond hunt, on our diamond anniversary, hit the spot. Not only does it give visitors the chance to explore the grounds and find out more about our work at RHS Garden Harlow Carr, but the person who marks the correct grid reference will take away the diamond!”
Competition entrants will follow the trail of five giant diamonds, gather clues and mark X on the printed grid on their entry sheet. The nearest entry to the diamond’s location in the gardens will win. Click Harlow Carr for more details on the gardens.
If you take part good luck and if you win, Andrew will see you later this year.