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Deakin & Francis to teach the art of enamelling at London Craft Week

Deakin & Francis to teach the art of enamelling at London Craft Week

British brand Deakin & Francis will be teaching the art of enamelling at this year’s London Craft Week. Taking place throughout the day from May 9-11, Deakin & Francis will be running intimate workshops which will give visitors an introduction and demonstration on vitreous enamelling and then allow them the chance to have a go

The Goldsmiths’ Company partners with Fortnum & Mason to celebrate British craftsmanship

The Goldsmiths’ Company has teamed up with iconic British heritage retailer Fortnum & Mason to showcase some of the best precious metal jewellers and contemporary silversmiths working in the UK today.  For the month of May, a selection of 26 jewellers and silversmiths specially curated by the Goldsmiths’ Company will showcase items from their latest

Tessa Packard to explore the relationship between art and jewellery during London Craft Week

Once again, Tessa Packard will be hosting an exclusive event as part of the annual London Craft Week, this time opening the doors to her showroom in Chelsea to explore the relationship between art and jewellery, alongside afternoon tea. Taking place Wednesday May 9, the award-winning jewellery designer will be conducting a panel discussion entitled ‘Art

Backes & Strauss partners with London Craft Week

Diamond company Backes & Strauss has partnered with London Craft Week to construct a diamond polishing atelier. Backes & Strauss will be demonstrating the art of diamond polishing with the privilege of welcoming a master craftsman from Antwerp especially for this exclusive occasion. In the heart of Mayfair at the House of Backes & Strauss,

Walpole selects two jewellers for 2015 Crafted Programme

British luxury brand alliance Walpole has revealed jewellers Silvia Weidenbach and Theresa Nguyen have been chosen as two of the final seven selected for the 2015 Crafted programme. Founded in 2009, the Crafted programme has now worked with over 60 businesses in the luxury craft sector. The initiative was founded with the aim of finding