Goldsmiths’ Fair 2018 Day 8: Roundup

October 3, 2018

Day 8 – Wednesday 3 October

This afternoon we welcomed Lisa Koenigsberg, Founder of Initiatives in Art and Culture’s Gold Conference (New York), on the use of textile techniques in metal with jewellers Catherine Martin and Andrew Lamb.

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Object of the Day

Today’s piece has been chosen by Louisa Guinness, Owner of The Louisa Guinness Gallery, who selected Jessica Jue’s Tulip Beaker.

Exhibition at Goldsmiths’ Fair: Wendy Ramshaw: Modern Jewellery

This year Goldsmiths’ Fair will partner with the Scottish Gallery to mount a special exhibition featuring the pioneering jewellery of Wendy Ramshaw, CBE, RDI. Acclaimed globally as one of the key figures in the British Contemporary Jewellery movement from 1960 onwards, Ramshaw’s work is instantly recognisable for its signature geometry and skilfully executed design.


Breakfast Talk:Dr Jack Ogden – Diamonds, Rings and Love: A Long Tradition

Internationally renowned author and lecturer, Jack Ogden’s book Diamonds: An early History of the King of Gems was published in April this year. He is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and a Fellow and Honorary Life member of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain.

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Free Afternoon Talk: Lisa Koenigsberg explores traditional techniques in modern jewellery with Filipa Oliviera (filigree) and Castro Smith(engraving) at 1:30pm in the Court Room.

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