Make the most of your Goldsmiths’ Fair visit

September 14, 2017

I’m really looking forward to showcasing my latest pieces at Goldsmiths’ Fair, held in the stunning setting of the Goldsmiths’ Hall. Hailed as the best place to view and purchase contemporary jewellery and silversmithing in the UK, it really is a hub of creativity and craftsmanship. It offers a great opportunity to meet the makers in a relaxed environment. But how can you make the most of your visit?

There will also be a fascinating programme of talks at the Fair, with  ticketed breakfast talks by jewellery experts and industry insiders, aswell as free afternoon discussions with jewellers and silversmiths.

See the  full list of talks. 

There will also be a cafe & champagne bar onsite for the duration of the show.

Join me during Goldsmiths’ Fair Week One: 26 September – 1 October.

Find me on Stand 51 in the long drawing room.



Here are a few additional suggestions of my favourite places to visit locally, once you’ve had your fill of beautiful jewellery, or if you need a little time to reflect on what you’ve seen!


Community Cafe inside a church

A wonderful hidden gem, Host Cafe is a beautiful place for a peaceful coffee break, a few minutes’ walk from Goldsmiths’ Hall in the beautiful settings of St Mary Aldermary church. A community space which offers space for reflection as well as speciality coffee and delicious cake.


Rooftop Drinks overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral

Located in the relatively new shopping centre opposite St Paul’s , Madison has a beautiful rooftop terrace with unmissable views of St Paul’s. Perfect for a post-exhibition drink!

Join me during Goldsmiths’ Fair Week One: 26 September – 1 October

Find me on Stand 51 in the long drawing room.

Opening Hours:

Tuesday: 11am – 6pm
Wednesday: 11am – 6pm
Thursday: 11am – 8pm
Friday: 11am – 6pm
Saturday: 11am – 6pm
Sunday: 11am – 4pm

Find out more about Goldsmiths’ Fair.

The show offers a chance to view my latest jewellery designs and talk about special commissions.

Or perhaps there is an heirloom you would like remodelled in a contemporary way? See examples of past projects here.

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