All That Glitters 2021 has concluded on BBC Two – here are the contestants, winner and full results recap.
All That Glitters is the new talent show competition which is on the search for Britain’s most brilliant jeweller.
Katherine Ryan hosts the show which unfolds inside a specially built workshop as the six-part contest follows the extraordinary skills of eight talented jewellers from all walks of life.
All That Glitters aired on Tuesday nights at 8PM on BBC Two. You can watch online and catch up via BBC iPlayer here.
All That Glitters contestants and results and WINNER
Eight jewellers will enter the workshop… but only one can prove they are a cut above the rest and claim the All That Glitters crown.
WINNER Hugo – 23-year-old from Hayward’s Heath
Instagram username: @hugoluisjewellery
RUNNER UP Dan – 40-year-old from Somerset
Instagram username: @danielmusselwhitejewellery
RUNNER UP Tamara 47-year-old from Essex
Instagram username: @tamaragomezjewellery
ELIMINATED EPISODE 5 Sonny – 26-year-old from North London
Instagram username: @sonnybaileyairdjewellery
ELIMINATED EPISODE 4 Lee – 49-year-old from South Wales
Instagram username: @jewellerlee
ELIMINATED EPISODE 3 Nicola – 25-year-old from Hereford
Instagram username: @nicolalilliedesign
ELIMINATED EPISODE 2 Kim 56-year-old from Portsmouth
Instagram username: @kimstylesjewellery
ELIMINATED EPISODE 1 Naomi – 23-year-old from Sussex
Instagram username: @missnaomi_jewellery
All That Glitters final recap!
All That Glitters challenges explore the wildly different styles and aesthetics that can be found across different types of jewellery and some are even be inspired by the world’s most famous and coveted pieces. Every episode is bursting with science, history, and culture: from molecular structures to ancient Egyptians to red carpet styles.
Katherine hosts with judges Solange Azagury-Partridge and Shaun Leane who decide which contestant will be named Jeweller of the Week and who will be heading home.
In the grand final, the three finalists returned to the workshop to battle it out for the title. To win, they had to make two pieces of truly outstanding jewellery: a pair of pearl earrings that could be a bestseller and a bespoke maang tikka, the wedding headpiece for bride Nikki.
Before the winner was revealed, the eliminated jewellers all returned to the workshop as well as the finalists’ friends and family.
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