Events



Past events

Conference: Goldsmiths and Bankers as Collectors

28 October, 2019 In partnership with the National Trust and Waddesdon Manor. This conference will bring together academics and curators to seek patterns of patronage amongst goldsmiths and bankers, an influential and diverse social grouping which has contributed significantly to both our architectural and artistic heritage.

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Goldsmiths' Fair 2019

24 September, 2019 11 a.m. - 6 October, 2019 4 p.m. Goldsmiths’ Fair is recognised internationally as the premier UK showcase for contemporary jewellery and silver. This year’s Fair shines a light on collectors, collections and the joy of buying pieces that speak directly to you.

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Annual Lecture 2019: Re-membering the Future of Europe

30 April, 2019 This year's lecture will be given by The Right Reverend and The Right Honourable The Lord Chartres KCVO PC

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Goldsmiths’ Fair at Collect 2019

28 February, 2019 - 3 March, 2019 Goldsmiths’ Fair is once again taking a stand at Collect, the annual international art fair for modern craft and design sponsored by the Crafts Council.

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Goldsmiths' Craft and Design Council Award Exhibition

26 February, 2019 - 1 March, 2019 The winning work from the 2018/19 Competition is now on show at the Goldsmiths Hall.

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Christmas Jewellery Pop Up Shop

29 November, 2018 - 17 December, 2018 Join us for a highly curated selection of affordable fashion jewellery from some of the most exciting, emerging makers.

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Conference - A Royal Treasure and its Role in the Renaissance Court: The Royal Clock Salt

22 November, 2018
£35 (plus booking fee)
The Goldsmiths’ Company in collaboration with the British Museum and the Rothschild Foundation are delighted to present an international conference celebrating the Royal Clock Salt.

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Made for the Table: Osterley Park

5 November, 2018 - 24 February, 2019 Explore the evolution of silver tableware and dining conventions from 1600 to today through the silver collection of the Goldsmiths' Company, displayed alongside other crafts and Osterley's rarely seen silver collection.

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