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Goldsmiths' Fair

Goldsmiths’ Fair is recognised internationally as the premier UK showcase for contemporary jewellery and silver.

Goldsmiths' Fair will be  launching the first ever online Virtual Show this autumn, 24 Sept – 6 Oct 2020, providing a platform for their exhibitors and thousands of visitors from around the world, old and new, to enjoy the extraordinary works created by a selection of the best jewellers and silversmiths in the UK today.

London Craft Week

In the lead up to their festival this autumn 30 Sept - 8 Oct 2020, London Craft Week offered a glimpse into what to expect with a Virtual Preview that includes exclusive online masterclasses, demonstrations, conversations and product launches, as well as virtual behind-the-scenes exhibition, studio and workshop tours.


The Virtual Preview reflects London Craft Week’s ambition to celebrate exceptional creativity and craftsmanship from around the world. From household names to those less well known, its aim is to shine a spotlight on ‘unsung creative heroes’. LCW tells the stories behind some of the world’s most beautiful objects – the material, the maker, the process and the inspiration.


Virtual Preview

In collaboration with Contemporary British Silversmiths Jessica Jue has produced a short film that gives a glimpse into her exceptional creativity and craftsmanship and how she is managing to work during the lockdown and we look forward to seeing her demonstrate at London Craft Week in October. 

Homo Faber, Venice 

In the magical setting of the San Giorgio Maggiore Island, Fondazione Giorgio Cini opens up its beautiful array of spaces especially for Homo Faber to showcase the excellent craftsmanship of Europe and Japan in 17 striking exhibitions. These exhibitions celebrate the diversity of materials and expertise from endangered craftsmanship to cutting-edge contemporary techniques. From live workshops, installations to conferences, film screenings and a garden exhibition, Homo Faber offers visitors an immersive programme.