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Win a Cox London Bronze

We’re offering the chance to win Apple of My Eye – A cast bronze sculpture by Nicola Cox

Apple of my Eye is a limited edition sculpture by Nicola Cox and represents a love letter in bronze, named after the famous Shakespeare quote from A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

The size of a real apple, the bronze was created in the Cox London foundry established by Christopher and Nicola Cox in 2005. Cox London is a thriving atelier that champions the highest quality British craftsmanship and artistry.
Cox London is the VIP Lounge Sponsor at Collect 2020 and will be designing and producing a brand-new body of work, curated by award-winning interior designer Rachel Chudley.

To win this limited-edition bronze, fill out the form below to enter our draw. T&Cs apply.

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  • Prize draw closes 9pm on Wednesday 4 March 2020.
  • One entry per applicant.
  • Entries must be over 18 years old.
  • Winners will be the first valid and correct entries drawn and will be notified by Friday 6 March 2020. If the winner fails to respond within 3 days of notification, the draw will be re-run.
  • The prize draw is open to residents of the United Kingdom (excluding employees and families of the Crafts Council, and any person professionally connected with the competition).
  • The prize draw is open to international residents but the winners must be willing to organise the delivery of the prize themselves.
  • Prize is comprised of one Apple of My Eye bronze sculpture courtesy of Cox London.
  • No cash alternative will be offered, and prizes are non-transferable.
  • Prize is non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
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