Goldsmiths’ Pavilion gears up for June return

More than 114 designers to take part in London consumer-facing show.

Consumer-facing jewellery show The Goldsmiths’ Pavilion is set to return to London’s Somerset House in June featuring 114 designers offering jewellery and silverware.

The Goldsmiths’ Pavilion, organised by the Goldsmiths’ Company, will take place from June 26 to 29, showcasing the work of numerous fine jewellers including Jon Dibben, Lily Hastedt, Sarah Herriot, Ingo Henn and Ute Decker. All of the jewellers taking part will showcase work that is available to buy directly from them at the show.

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A statement from the Goldsmiths’ Company said: "Not only do you get see great works close up, you also have the chance to meet and talk to the creative minds of the skilled craftsmen behind them."

A number of enamellists are also due to show at the three-day event, including Alexandra Raphael, Fred Rich and Rachel Emmerson, as well as silversmiths Abigail Brown and Ryan McClean who will showcase hammered-finished, highly textures silverware.

The Goldsmiths’ Pavilion has also added a new facet for 2013, creating a new section dedicated to hand-made British furniture crafted by furniture-makers in association with the Worshipful Company of Furniture makers.




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