The Silversmith's Art: Made in Britain Today


A stunning exhibition that celebrated the exceptional artistry and skill that makes Britain a world leader in modern silver.


This exhibition was hosted at the National Museum of Scotland in 2015, and celebrated the exceptional artistry and skill that makes Britain a world leader in modern silver.

The Silversmith’s Art: Made in Britain Today featured over 150 masterpieces from the Goldsmiths’ Company’s collection, made by 66 acclaimed silversmiths between 2000 and 2015. The exhibition examined the techniques and inspirations behind their beautiful designs.

View a full list of the silversmiths included in the exhibiton at the bottom of this page. The catalogue is still available to purchase from the Goldsmiths’ Fair website.

Featured Silversmiths

Malcolm Appleby, Alex Brogden, Clive Burr, Jocelyn Burton, Julie Chamberlain, Ane Christensen, David Clarke, Kevin Coates, Ros Conway, Angela Cork, Rebecca De Quin, Stuart Devlin, Lexi Dick, Sidsel Dorph-Jensen, Ndidi Ekubia, Richard Fox, Kevin Grey, Miriam Hanid, Rauni Higson, Kathryn Hinton, Adrian Hope, Kyosun Jung, Petya Kapralova, Rod Kelly, Chris Knight, William Lee, Nan Nan Liu, Michael Lloyd, Esther Lord, Anna Lorenz, Olivia Lowe, Frances Loyen, Grant Macdonald, Grant McCaig, Alistair McCallum, Sheila Mcdonald, Angus McFadyen, Wayne Meeten, Hector Miller, Junko Mori, Theresa Nguyen, Coilin O’Dubhghaill, Shannon O’Neill, Steven Ottewill, Padgham And Putland, Christopher Perry, Don Porritt, Alex Ramsay, Clare Ransom, Alexandra Raphael, Pamela Rawnsley, Fred Rich, Linda Robertson, Michael Rowe, Toby Russell, Jane Short, Mary Ann Simmons, Hiroshi Suzuki, Lucian Taylor, Simone Ten Hompel, Hazel Thorn, Adi Toch, Keith Tyssen, Max Warren, Yusuke Yamamoto.