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Congratulations to Alex Pike of John H Lunn (Jewellers) Ltd, who is the lucky winner of a unique pair of Deakin & Francis Sterling Silver Enamel Cufflinks!

Winner

John H Lunn (Jewellers) Ltd Logo

The answer to the question was as follows;

1) As part of a Hallmark – What is the Town Mark for Birmingham?

  • An Anchor

Sterling Silver Vitreous Enamel Cufflinks 2

Many Thanks to Deakin & Francis for supplying us with the prize.

Deakin & Francis Logo (White Crest)

Congratulations also go to Neil Hedge, who won an Enamel Assay Office Birmingham badge for sending us this brilliant Christmas photo of him celebrating his mom's 100th birthday. Neil Hedge Christmas Selfie

Enamel Anchor Badge

If you took part in the competition and you were unfortunate not to win on this occasion, don't be too disappointed as you will have another chance of winning some great prizes again soon!

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