Aberdeen-based jeweller Jamieson & Carry has launched a new design competition that hopes to showcase the imagination of north-east residents.
With the country forced indoors as a result of the ongoing global health crisis, the Inspire Challenge is open to all ages and asks participants to design a new piece of jewellery.
The chosen design will then be crafted at the jeweller’s in-house workshop when its Union Street shop re-opens.
Any proceeds raised from the sale of the bespoke piece will then be given to the NHS Grampian Endowment fund.
Each unique entry should be submitted via Jamieson and Carry’s website. One will then be selected as the overall winner.
The fund’s Sheena Lonchay said: “We are very excited to be the charity partner of the Inspire Challenge.
“It will provide a welcome distraction in the current climate and an opportunity for friends and families to come together to create something special and unique.
“All donations are used to make a difference to the care of patients across our hospitals and the support we receive from the community is a real inspiration to us all.
“All money raised from the challenge will go towards our Covid-19 response fund.”
Partner at Jamieson and Carry, Angus Carry, added: “We have been really inspired by the work of our front-line services and the people of the north-east during this challenging period.
“We wanted to create a fun and creative challenge for everyone to participate in while hopefully raising lots of money for a very deserving charity.”