Ruth Tomlinson

Drawn to the Earth's natural treasures; British jewellery designer Ruth Tomlinson is renowned for her celebration of unconventional beauty; creating ethereal, wearable treasures in minute detail that draw the eye in with a sense of discovery and wonder. Since graduating with an MA from London’s...Read more

Silvia Weidenbach

German designer Silvia Weidenbach holds an MA in Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery from the Royal College of Art, London and a Diploma in Fine Art from the University of Art and Design, Burg Giebichenstein, Halle. Her jewellery is a combination of traditional goldsmithing...Read more

Joanna Hardy

Joanna has over 30 years' experience working with jewellery, beginning her career as a goldsmith before joining De Beers as a rough diamond valuer. Joanna then went to work in Antwerp as a polished diamond dealer before joining Philips the auctioneers in London. She then moved to Sotheby’s in...Read more

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10 May
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Senior Curator Charlotte Bolland is joined by artist-jeweller Silvia Weidenbach and jewellery historian Beatriz Chadour-Sampson to discuss Elizabethan Treasures: Miniatures by Hilliard and Oliver and the enduring appeal of portrait miniatures, their relation to the body as jewellery...

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An exhibition showcasing metalwork by Ane Christensen and jewellery by Daphne Krinos, highlighting the common threads that run through both makers’ practices. Alongside finished pieces, the designers display models and objects that help reveal their making process.

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9 May
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Known for merging traditional Georgian techniques with contemporary design, diamond jeweller Jessica McCormack invites you to an evening of curated craftsmanship. Artisans demonstrate how traditional craftsmanship is still relevant today, allowing guests to relive a forgotten era of luxury....

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Visit replicas of the working studios of Sarabande makers Esna Su and Castro Smith in their journey to make a unique work commissioned by Ketel One Vodka. Inspired by a trip to the Nolet distillery in Schiedam, the work explores ideas of heritage, craft and the passing down of skills through...

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Jewellers Jed Green and Sarah Pulvertaft and embroiderer Beatrice Mayfield combine their skills and aesthetics to create new work exploring materials. On Saturday 11 May, hear them in conversation with curator Annabelle Campbell discussing their processes and experiences.

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<em>Edit Event</em> Icons of British Design Jewellery, 1960–2000
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Visit Didier’s gallery in Kensington to see prime examples of historic craftsmanship, creativity in design and use of new innovative materials by masters including Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins.

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British master jeweller Theo Fennell opens the doors to the Gallery to give an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of his workshop and design studio, culminating in a talk on the creative process, his inspirations, the company's ethos and the ups and downs of his 40 years as a designer.

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<em>Edit Event</em> Designing a Jewel in Support of Horatio’s Garden
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To celebrate the work of Horatio’s Garden, a charity which helps spinal injury patients in NHS hospitals, Cassandra Goad launches her new quote pendant, inscribed with inspiring words from the family of the charity’s namesake: ‘May Love Abound All Round’. All profits go to Horatio’s Garden....

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8 May
1921

Home House and Goldsmiths’ Fair present jewellery expert Joanna Hardy in conversation with jewellers Julia Lloyd George and Disa Allsopp.

Goldsmiths’ Fair presents jewellery expert Joanna Hardy, who shares her insights gleaned from working with the world’s most distinguished gemologists...

<em>Edit Event</em> Unearthing Nature's Treasures and Commercial Complexities with Annabel Davidson of Vanity Fair
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Jeweller Ruth Tomlinson combines traditional craft and contemporary design. Join her alongside Vanity Fair’s On Jewellery Editor Annabel Davidson, Grant Gibson and Janice Hosegood, for a discussion on the complexities of luxury craft and commercial jewellery design, tour the workshop and view a...

Daphne Krinos

Fine jeweller Daphne Krinos is known for her bold and architectural designs. Creating unique, one-off pieces entirely by hand, she works with gold, black oxidised silver and precious gemstones.

Originally from Greece, Daphne established her studio in London in the early 1980s. Her...Read more

Harry Forster-Stringer

Harry Forster-Stringer is a Goldsmith and Enameller. Having spent part of his childhood in Pakistan he has a vivid memory of visiting a jewellery workshop with his father who was commissioning a ring for his mother. This started a fascination with jewellery which led to Harry starting as an...Read more

Jane Adam

Jane Adam set up her studio in 1985. Since then, she has concentrated full time on making jewellery, managing to combine artistic integrity, ongoing experimentation and technical innovation with a grounded sense of practical reality, to design and create ranges of jewellery that appeal to women...Read more

Jane Sedgwick

Jane makes bold, playful wooden jewellery which she hand turn and hand paint in her studio near the North Norfolk Coast.

Working with geometric forms, repetition and colour, her inspiration comes from a variety of sources especially classic educational toys and nautical imagery.

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Joanne Thompson

Joanne Thompson makes special everyday jewellery and extraordinary three dimensional necklaces and bracelets which are comfortable and easy to wear. Her distinctive silver and soft black palette is playful and sensual, elegant movement is integral to her pieces.

Ancient chain maille...Read more

Kayo Saito

Kayo Saito studied metal work at Japanese Art College and finished a masters at the Royal College of Art in 2001. She has won several jewellery prizes and was shortlisted for the UK's Art Foundation Awards in 2010. Her work has been presented in many European high-end galleries and art fairs....Read more

Louise O'Neill

Louise O’Neill’s work is characterised by purity of form. Her pieces are made from high carat golds and utilise precious and semi-precious stones. The formal simplicity of her pieces is complemented by a carefully considered colour palette. Inspired by the natural and built environment, through...Read more

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