About Goldsmiths’ Fair

Goldsmiths’ Fair is an annual selling event and exhibition showcasing a curated selection of work by some of the best fine jewellers and contemporary silversmiths creating and making in the UK today. It is widely regarded as an essential stop in the international fine jewellery and contemporary silver events calendar.

The Fair has taken place at the magnificent Goldsmiths’ Hall, one of London’s hidden treasures, since 1982. All Fair exhibitors use exceptional handmaking skills to create their pieces, applying techniques that have been passed down over hundreds of years. Visitors can expect to find beautiful, handmade pieces all containing an element of precious metal. Behind every piece is a unique story and a unique artist.

The emerging and established makers exhibiting at Goldsmiths’ Fair are chosen through a rigorous selection process which ensures the highest standards of both materials and craftsmanship. And each year up to ten graduate bursary places are awarded to support new talent.

In 2020, Goldsmiths’ Fair launched the first digital Fair in its 38-year history, creating a new and exciting online platform to support designer makers. The Goldsmiths’ Company was delighted to welcome His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales, as their honorary guest to open the Fair in 2020 with a video address of support for the craft industry. His Royal Highness is an honorary member of the Goldsmiths’ Company, who founded the Fair.

In challenging times, the Goldsmiths’ Company continues to support small scale artisans, age-old skills, quality craftsmanship and the trade, as it has done for the last seven centuries.

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