Welcome back for Week Two of Goldsmiths’ Fair!
We are very excited to share with you all of our highlights this week.
The focus of the Fair is, as always, on our incredibly talented exhibitors. We’ll be bringing you a selection of highlights over the week on our Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and blog. You can also have a look at the A-Z listing here.
This week, we are delighted to welcome back immensely talented silversmiths including Yusuke Yamamoto, Ane Christensen and Adi Toch.
Jewellers include Emmeline Hastings, Nina Bukvic and Louise O’Neill amongst many others!
We still have some places remaining for our Breakfast Talks later this week – Consultant Senior Specialist at Christie’s and Curator, Jeffrey Lassaline, will discuss the world-renowned silver collection on loan to 10 Downing Street; Managing Director of Boodles, Michael Wainwright, will share the unique heritage of the Boodles brand, established over two centuries ago, and talk about some of its most iconic designs; and Curator of British & European Iron Age Collections at The British Museum, Dr Julia Farley, will discuss this a major new find of Iron Age gold jewellery from Staffordshire.
Tickets available here.
Today’s object has been chosen by jewellery expert and Head of Communications at Cockpit Arts, Janice Hosegood. Janice has chosen Lucie Gledhill’s Fishbone Chain Necklace. See Lucie at stand 45.
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Consultant Senior Specialist at Christie’s and Curator, Jeffrey Lassaline, will discuss the world-renowned silver collection on loan to 10 Downing Street.This breakfast talk is a ticketed event: book online here.
At 1.30pm Corinne Julius will be discussing new forms and finishes in silver and the joys of working in metal with silversmiths Adi Toch and Ane Christensen.