Graduate wins competition to design new Royal British Legion poppy brooch


A poppy brooch designed by a Birmingham City University graduate will be sold by the Royal British Legion in the lead up to a Remembrance Sunday.

The new poppy brooch

The new poppy brooch

Wai Yiu Chung’s design was chosen for the honour after winning a competition.

The jewellery graduate from Hong Kong said she was inspired to enter after reading about the stories of some of those helped by the Royal British Legion.

Wai Yiu Chung

Wai Yiu Chung

“I tried to keep my design simple, yet classic and representative,” said Wai Yiu, who graduated from Birmingham City University earlier this year.

“My infinity brooch is a classic two-red enamel petals poppy. It’s a symbol of remembrance, with sparkling details.

“It was such a great honour to win the competition.

“Being able to see my designs turned from 2D sketches into real products that are selling to the public is wonderful.

“It’s amazing that my designs are also able to help the currently serving veterans and their families.

Wai Yiu’s infinity brooch can be purchased for £14.99 from All profits go to the Royal British Legion


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