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Goldsmiths’ Fair 2018: Excellence Made

The finest goldsmithing and silversmithing, for all its dirty workshops and weathered instruments, is all about innovation and refinement.  An alchemy of technique and inspiration, forged through experimentation, and appealing to intellect and passion alike.  The resulting treasures embody the rich narrative of craftsmanship, informed by the personality of the maker and the materials, and […]

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Cockpit Arts Summer Open Studios 2018

Cockpit Arts Summer open studios are coming up and we are looking forward to seeing new work from several Goldsmiths’ Fair exhibitors who are based at the studios. The Cockpit Arts’ Open Studios occur twice a year and is the only chance for visitors to see behind the scenes at the studios and buy direct […]

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Sarah Straussberg’s commission for ‘Master of Photography’

Goldsmiths’ Fair exhibitor Sarah Straussberg has produced her latest commission for the Photo London ‘Master of Photography’ award 2018. This is the fourth year running that Sarah has been commissioned to create the award, previous winners include photography icons Sebastião Salgado, Don McCullen and Taryn Simon. This year’s winner is another hugely influential artist: Edward […]

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‘Duality’ by Jane Adam at the Scottish Gallery

The Scottish Gallery presents Duality – an exhibition showcasing new work in both precious metal and aluminium by Jane Adam. Jane Adam is a leading British contemporary jeweller, who has an international reputation for her work in aluminium, a field in which she revolutionised contemporary practice and gained many significant awards. Her work in fine […]

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Meet the Makers at Fortnum & Mason

For the month of May and to celebrate London Craft Week, we have teamed up with Fortnum & Mason, to curate a selection of exceptional jewellery and contemporary silver objects for sale across three floors of our Piccadilly store. Featuring the work of emerging and established designer-makers alike, visit Fortnum’s between May 3rd-31st and during […]

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V&A: Preserving the Past, Curating the Future

From the new Exhibition Road Quarter to the Woman’s Hour Craft Prize, exhibitions on embroidery to Ocean Liners and Opera – the V&A’s past bridges its future. Dr Tristram Hunt traces the V&A’s genesis from its Victorian roots, discussing how the Museum’s founding commitment to the ‘artisan in design’ continues to define its mission today. […]

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The Goldsmiths’ Company at Fortnum & Mason

3 May, 2018 – 31 May, 2018 A month-long showcase for some of the UK’s best goldsmithing and silversmithing talent selling their latest collections, with Meet the Maker events during London Craft Week (9-13 May). The Goldsmiths’ Company, the 700 year-old livery company supporting excellence in goldsmithing and silversmithing, is teaming up with iconic British […]

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New Work from Yen Duong

Long term Fair exhibitor, Yen Duong has recently designed and made a new range of work. The new rings are set with  radiant stones including amethysts and citrines. The settings stay true to Yen’s signature molecular style that she has become known for. However this collection uses more dramatic structures and bolder stones, yet stays […]

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Radiance Centrepiece by Miriam Hanid

Winner of the Goldsmiths’ Company Award at this year’s GCDC awards was silversmith Miriam Hanid for her Radiance Centrepiece. The piece is an impressive 50x50x5cm and created using her signature techniques of hand chasing and repoussé chasing. The centrepiece embellished by intricate spiral patterns took over 200 hours to make. Radiance Centrepiece won gold in […]

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