Join us for Elements: Festival of Jewellery, Silver & Gold running from the 28 - 30 October; an annual celebration of some of our country's finest designer-makers. Browse contemporary jewellery and silver whilst meeting the artisans behind the craft in our spectacular showroom.
This year, we are delighted to showcase award-winning work from the prestigious Goldsmiths' Craft & Design Council Competition, featuring a selection of exceptional work by some of the UK's most renowned designers and craftspeople, alongside a display of drawings and jewels to celebrate the vision, skill and extraordinary legacy of GC&DC Lifetime Achievement Award winner, the late Dorothy Hogg MBE, on loan from The Goldsmiths' Company Collection.
Tickets can be purchased online in advance of the fair or at the door and are valid for the full weekend of the festival.
Elements festival brings together over 45 of the finest UK-based jewellers and silversmiths, each bringing their own, unique talent, creativity and specialities. We are delighted to welcome the following existing and first-time designer-makers to Elements:
Karlin Anderson | Evgeniia Balashova | Ciara Bowles | Megan Brown | Katherine Alexandra Brunacci | Agneta Bugyte | Ellis Mhairi Cameron | Cameron & Breen | Stefanie Ying Lin Cheong | Michelle Currie | Ellie Air | Pinar Kaya De Biasio | Corrinne Eira Evans | Sian Evans | Emma Farquharson | Laconic | Alice Fry | Saskia Gavin | Caitlin Hegney | Emily Higham | Annabel Hood | Imaginarium Atelier | Bea Jareno | Rebecca Joselyn | Jessica Jue | Kyosun Jung | Lynne Maclachlan (pictured) | Alison Macleod | Simone Nolden | Brett Payne | Christopher Perry | Annie Ruthven-Taggart | Elsa Sarantidou | Scott Smith | Barbara Spence | Julia Thompson | Charlotte Tollyfield | Katie Watson | Karen Westland | Kinley Jewellery | Emma Louise Wilson | Misun Won | Ellys May Woods | Caiyang Yin | Kelda Young | Sheng Zhang | and pieces from the Edinburgh College of Art, The Glasgow School of Art and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design
From masterclasses to a private viewing of exhibitors' work, find out more about the series of events and talks on offer throughout the Elements festival. Running from
Join jeweller Barbara Spence for a perspex and silver pendant workshop.
Enjoy a glass of Champagne Gosset wine, browse the exhibition and enjoy a series of exclusive evening talks.
Join Simone Nolden for a 'Make Do and Mend' brooch workshop. Necklaces made from washers, ribbon, and sink strainers?
Join Lindsay Forbes as she guides you through basic metal stamping techniques to create your own Christmas decorations.
2 to 4pm
We are proud to present work from the Flourish Jewellery Project, a social enterprise founded in 2020 to develop craft making skills within marginalised groups. Pieces from participants will be on display in the Upper Gallery for the duration of the festival.
‘To enable individuals from hard-to-reach communities to access high-quality jewellery training taught by professional makers. By engaging in this project, participants can experience positive change which contributes to better health and wellbeing, alongside improved social and economic outcomes for themselves and the communities they live within.
With funding from The Goldsmith's Centre, Hamilton & Inches and more, the project offers two programmes - Flourish and Glow - allowing participants to develop their creative skills to the next level.
We are delighted to showcase award-winning work from the prestigious Goldsmiths' Craft & Design Council Competition, featuring a selection of exceptional work by some of the UK's most renowned designers and craftspeople, alongside a display of drawings and jewels to celebrate the vision, skill and extraordinary legacy of GC&DC Lifetime Achievement Award winner, the late Dorothy Hogg MBE, on loan from The Goldsmiths' Company Collection.
The Goldsmiths' Craft and Design Council is a non profit making organisation founded in 1908. Today, the Council continues its work from its original remit:
"to encourage, stimulate and promote the pursuit of excellence in craftsmanship and design amongst all those in the United Kingdom who work within silversmithing, goldsmithing, jewellery and the allied crafts."