Students at Birmingham City University’s School of Jewellery are celebrating after picking up accolades from the British Horological Institute (BHI).
First established in 1858, the BHI provides training and education for current and future generations of horologists – those who make, repair, service, conserve and restore instruments that measure time.
Students Kes Crockett and Tom Felton-Smith were recognised at a BHI awards ceremony for their work on producing practical timepieces and servicing watches.
School of Jewellery graduate Tyler Davies also received an award for ‘Best Serviced Clock’.
Find out more about jewellery courses at Birmingham City University on Sunday 25 November at the institution’s Open Day.