• War and Peace: Tamar De Vries Winter

    War and Peace: Tamar De Vries Winter

    As the world continues to mark the First World War Centenary, we look at how dreams of tolerance and peace, along with honours of bravery and suffering are encapsulated in silverware and jewellery. Tamar De Vries Winter is a jeweller and silversmith who grew up in a society... READ MORE

  • Christmas Tree Decorations

    Christmas Tree Decorations

    With 41 days left until Christmas, there's plenty of time to purchase exquisite sterling silver Christmas tree decorations from a selection of Goldsmiths' Fair 2014 exhibitors! Visit The Goldsmiths' Directory, or click on the links below to find out more. Featured: Mary Ann Simmons - Three sterling... READ MORE

Goldsmiths’ Fair is recognised internationally as the UK’s premier event for contemporary designer jewellery and silverware.  It’s a celebration of the best of British goldsmithing and silversmithing talent and a treasure trove of creativity and craftsmanship.

November Birthstone: Topaz

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"Who first comes to this world below In dreary November's fog and snow, Should prize the topaz amber hue, Emblem of friends and lovers true." David Fowkes (featured) 18ct white gold pendant with a specialty cut natural blue topaz. This rare natural blue topaz is sourced from Brazil and weig... Read more...

New Shop Opening: Catherine Hills

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It's been a very busy year for Kent born and bred jeweller, Catherine Hills. Not only did she have a very successful run at Goldsmiths' Fair, but next week, she officially opens her brand new shop in The Pantiles; a picturesque heritage site in the centre of Tunbridge Wells. Catherine's award-winnin... Read more...

The Goldsmiths' Directory

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After many months of planning and development, we're very proud to announce the launch of the new Goldsmiths' Directory, which showcases the work of over 350 UK-based jewellers and silversmiths, 93 of which exhibited at Goldsmiths' Fair 2014. The Directory is designed for users looking to commiss... Read more...