Trove: Jewellery and Silver Selling Pop-Up Preview
- 17 Nov 2021 · 5:00PM - 8:00PM
- Free admission with ticket
- Exhibition Room
- Event type
Twelve emerging and mid-career jewellers and silversmiths, from the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s community, will showcase their sparkling jewellery and silversmithing designs at a selling event – with plenty of gift ideas all in time to celebrate Christmas!
United by the collective’s passion for high-quality, hand-crafted design, their unique collections span art, fashion and fine jewellery, celebrating techniques that range from the ancient to the avant-garde.
A stone’s throw away from Hatton Garden and Farringdon station, the Goldsmiths’ Centre has supported these talented jewellers and silversmiths, who all have studios based onsite, to build award-winning careers:
- Flora Bhattachary
- Harriet Morris
- Katherine Brunacci
- Clio Saskia
- Leonid Dementiev
- Le Ster
- Sam Ham
- Mikal Williams
- Jessica Jue
- Juefang Yang
- Ellis Mhairi Cameron
- Marissa Ziesing
The collective share a myriad of achievements and awards from winning celebrity clients to showcasing their work at major selling events. This year jeweller Clio Saskia won a coveted Gold Award at the Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Council (GC&DC) awards with her stunning Snake Knuckleduster ring, which will be available to try on at Trove, whilst Ellis Mhairi Cameron won the Young Jewellery Designer of the Year award at the Retail Jewellery Awards 2021.
Visitors will be able to meet the best new talent in person, try on their newest collections, discuss commissions and purchasing unique, handmade gifts for themselves or loved ones.
To ensure the safety of exhibitors, staff and guests, all visitors will be asked to show proof of double vaccination or negative lateral flow test to gain entry to the event. UK-based visitors can use their NHS Covid Pass and international visitors, the equivalent from their country of origin.
An official NHS QR code will be displayed on arrival for you to check in with the NHS COVID-19 App. The data you provide will be held securely for 21 days after the date of your visit and will only be shared with NHS Test and Trace if requested, to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.