GC&DC: Joanna Hardy & Cartier in Conversation
6pm – 8pm, £20 (includes a glass of wine)
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Acclaimed jewellery specialist, Joanna Hardy, leads the conversation with Cartier, the world’s most esteemed and respectful Maison in the luxury goods industry, in a special evening event.
Founded in 1874 in Paris, Cartier is renowned worldwide for its high jewellery creations and watches - symbols of craftsmanship and elegance, quality and excellence. Hosted by the Goldsmiths’ Craft & Design Council (GC&DC) and Joanna Hardy, this exclusive in conversation talk celebrates 60 years of unique partnership between GC&DC and the Maison, Cartier.
This event is a unique chance to hear from two highly skilled and experienced individuals who work at Cartier about their world and GC&DC’s Jacques Cartier Memorial Award – presented since 1958 to those setting the highest benchmark for outstanding and exceptional craftsmanship. Through their conversation, you will also be taken on a behind-the-scenes journey from Cartier’s prestigious workshop, the exemplar for quality and excellence in craftsmanship, to their flagship stores.
Don’t miss this first for GC&DC, the Goldsmiths’ Centre and the industry. Part of the GC&DC 2017 Award Winners Retrospective exhibition including a feature showcase of exclusive Cartier jewellery.
When does the talk start?
Exchange innovative ideas and network with your peers with a glass of wine, a beer or a soft drink from 6pm. The talk starts at 6.30pm. There will be a bar post-event.
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