Two-week selling fair includes Ben Day, Tomasz Donocik and Tom Rucker.
The Goldsmiths’ Fair returns for its two-week autumn session this coming Monday September 26, with a host of jewellery and silversmithing design talent set to wow the public and those looking to buy directly from designer-makers.
Described by the Goldsmiths’ Company as a “melting pot of unbridled, audacious creativity and skill”, the fair has become a go-to event for jewellery lovers and will this year showcase some of the most innovative names in contemporary jewellery design.
On show in the first week are Zoe Arnold, William Cheshire, Shaun Leane, Tomasz Donocik, Tom Rucker, Ben Day, Roger Doyle, Beth Gilmour, Ingo Henn, Sarah Herriot, David Marshall, Jessica Poole, Bobby White and David Webdale to name just a selection of those exhibiting.
The second week will welcome further design talent including ethical jeweller Ute Decker, Angie Boothroyd, Victoria Coleman, Alexander David, Leo de Vroomen, Tina Engell, Polly Gasston, Ornella Ianuzzi, David McCall, Sian Matthews, Marc Nuell and Ruth Tomlinson.
There will also be a selection of graduate jewellers taking part in the fair, including Jemma Daniels, Emmeline Hastings, Kathleen Baird, Nan Nan Liu, Zoe Watts and Francis Wadworth-Jones, who were granted stands by the Goldsmiths’ Company.
This is the 29th Goldsmiths’ Fair. It will bring together around 160 designers who will be selling their work directly to visitors with prices from £60. The fair is always hosted at the Goldsmiths’ Company HQ on Foster Lane, near St Paul’s station in London.
Entrance to the fair costs £7 for the week or £12 for the two weeks and includes a catalogue of the designers.