The annual Goldsmiths’ Fair is set to make its 2021 return this autumn, with tickets available to purchase now.
The show will feature the work of more than 130 of the UK’s top contemporary jewellery designers and silversmiths.
Taking place 28 September-10 October, the event will once again return as a physical event at Goldsmiths’ Hall, a Grade I listed building that has been used as a filming location in shows like Killing Eve and The Crown.
Attendees of the Goldsmiths’ Fair will be able to learn about the timeless skills of handmaking, collecting, commissioning and the history of jewellery in a programme of talks and exhibitions.
Already announced exhibitors are fine jewellers like Ami Pepper, Kayo Saito and Ruth Tomlinson, as well as Silversmith Annabel Hood.
Elsewhere, Isla Gilham will showcase her Bitten collection, which features jewels that appear to have been bitten into, whilst Tomasz Donocik’s Art Deco collection mixes opaque and translucent stones with deep saturated colour.
Alongside the fair, an exhibition drawn from the Goldsmiths’ Collection will look at the history of the ring and focus on the period in the 1960s when rings became powerful, wearable sculptures for both men and women.
The exhibition showcases the work of Dorothy Hogg, Wendy Ramshaw and Gerda Flockinger.
View the Goldsmiths’ Fair’s preview video below: