Goldsmiths’ Pavilion showcase strikes out alone

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80 designers to show work in newly refurbished wing of Somerset House.

The Goldsmiths’ Company’s Pavilion is set to showcase the work of 80 independent jewellery designers over five days next week as the show moves to a new location within Somerset House in London, but becomes independent of Jewellery Week. 

The Pavilion will open on June 13 in the East Wing of Somerset House, a newly refurbished space and a new location for the show that has run at Victoria House in Bloomsbury in recent years as part of Jewellery Week.

This year the show has struck out alone but will offer the same high standards of work ranging from elegant fine jewellery to innovative, statement pieces.

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Designers set to showcase their work at the Goldsmiths’ Pavilion include Disa Allsopp, Ute Decker, Jon Dibben, Tina Engell, Kristjan Eyolfsson, Sarah Herriot, Amy Keeper, Daphne Krinos, Tom Rucker, Ornella Ianuzzi and Mark Nuell.

Exhibitors will also include designers named in Professional Jeweller’s previous Hot 100s including Laura Gravestock, Tomasz Donocik and Natalia Schroder.

A late-night shopping evening will be held on Thursday June 14, with shoppers able to browse the jewellery on offer until 8.30pm.

All of the designers participating in the Pavilion have all been vetted and accredited by the Goldsmiths’ Company.

A release from the Goldsmiths’ Company said: “Avid collectors from around the world, luxury fashion shoppers, art enthusiasts, jewellery obsessives, high-end design aficionados and anyone with an emotional connection to jewellery will find the Goldsmith’s Company Pavilion the perfect opportunity to purchase precious and semi-precious pieces they will treasure for the rest of their lives."

The Goldsmiths’ Company Pavilion will run alongside Treasure, the contemporary jewellery show held as part of Jewellery Week, as well as the wholesale trade event The Jewellery Show London, which makes its debut at Jewellery Week this year.
 

 

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