Emerging fashion jewellers feature in The Goldsmiths’ Company’s Christmas Jewellery Pop-Up Shop at Mare Street Market (29 Nov – 17 Dec)
The Goldsmiths’ Company – known for its annual high-end, fine jewellery and contemporary silver selling exhibition, Goldsmiths’ Fair – are hosting a Christmas Jewellery Pop-Up Shop featuring stylish, emerging, fashion jewellers at Hackney’s Mare Street Market.
In partnership with The Jewellery Cut, the pop-up will feature a highly-curated selection of fashion jewellery by some of the most exciting, emerging designers in London and beyond. All the pieces for sale will be under £1000, with prices beginning from £45.
The perfect opportunity for Christmas gift shopping, the pop-up will run from 29 November to 17 December.
Featured makers will include Fraser Hamilton, a jeweller based in Elephant & Castle, known for his work showing intricately carved hands holding precious stones; Phine London whose Scandi-designed and British-made jewellery is inspired by female empowerment and made with recycled precious metals; and Central Saint Martins alumnus Rosie Kent, who has designed for Topshop and Alex Monroe, and whose work is inspired by old world elegance.
Other designers and makers include Soizig Carey, Margaux Clavel, Monique Daniels, Ebba Goring, Claire Macfarlane, Jake McCombe, Molly Perrin, Frances Wadsworth Jones and Eliza Walter.
Meet the Makers:
Soizig Carey 30 November
Phine London 1 December
Monique Daniels 2 December
Claire Macfarlane 6 December
Ebba Goring 7 December
Fraser Hamilton 8 December
Frances Wadsworth Jones 9 December
Margaux Clavel 12 December
Rosie Kent 13 December
Molly Perrin 14 December
Jake McCombe 15 December
Eliza Walter 16 December
Mare Street Market
Mare Street Market, 117 Mare St, London E8 4RU
Wednesday – Saturday
11AM – 8:30PM
Sunday – Tuesday
11AM – 6:30PM
Mare Street Market
Opened in 2018, just a stone’s throw from London Fields, Netil Market and Broadway Market is Mare Street Market. Founded by Gizzi Erskine and Marc Francis-Baum, the market is a hub of shops, food and drink outlets, boasting a deli, record shop, florist, bakery, coffee roastery, and Gizzi Erskine’s first solo restaurant.