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Deputy Warden of the Goldsmiths’ Company Assay Office Retires

The Deputy Warden of the Goldsmiths’ Company Assay Office in London, Dr Robert Organ, is to retire after 21 years of service. Robert began his career at the Goldsmiths’ Company in 2000 as Superintendent Assayer of the London Assay Office, before taking over as Deputy Warden (Managing Director-equivalent) in 2006. The Goldsmiths’ Company has been responsible for guaranteeing the purity of items made of precious metals since 1300, when the hallmarking statute was passed. Commenting on his retirement, Robert said, “It has been a privilege and honour to serve as Deputy Warden. I have taken great pride in adding to

Preparing to Sell

Preparing to Sell  Craft Festival  MAKE South West in Bovey Tracey  Our popular, one day training and networking day,  Preparing to Sell  will be hosted at MAKE South West in Bovey Tracey on Wednesday January 25th. This lively and useful day, which is led by Sarah James, Director of Craft Festival, gives makers at all stages of their career, the best possible advice for selling directly to the public. The day includes presentations by Rosie Davies from PR Dispatch and Instagram Specialist, Lou Chudley, from Spark Social. Venue MAKE South West, Riverside Mill, Fore Street, Bovey Tracey, Devon, TQ13 9AF

Call for Applications: Making A Start

Call for Applications: Making A Start Seeking 20 crafts people for a progression pilot - Making Space Making Space are thrilled to have been awarded a Culture Recovery Grant, which will enable us to pilot ‘Making A Start’ – a Maker Progression initiative to provide careers guidance, mentoring and business planning for those leaving or having recently left education and looking to work in the Crafts sector. If you are considering how to turn a hobby into a business, or wondering if it is indeed possible to take a step to a career in craft we would love to hear

Munich Jewellery Week 2024

Munich Jewellery Week 2024 28 February - 3 March 2024 Munich Jewellery Week is an annual, independent, artist-run contemporary jewellery initiative that takes place in the city of Munich every March. The success of the event, which grows exponentially every year, is in thanks to the spirit of collaboration by jewellery artists and designers from all over the world: students, emerging, mid-career and established art jewellers alike come to present their jewellery on their own terms, and in their own unique ways. MJW has gained a reputation for being the most important event for the field worldwide, and the number

News Edit: 7 November 2021

Here is a round up of this week's international jewellery news...   Fine Jewelry Meets Sustainability: Ethical Boutique La Maison Couture Launches Selfridges Pop-Up Forbes: From October 25 to November 21, holiday shoppers will be able to check out the fine jewelry pieces from La Maison Couture up close at the ethical boutique’s newly launched pop-up site in the heart of the prestigious luxury department store Selfridges. www.forbes.com ‘I was concerned’ Gok Wan addresses reservations over ITV role amid break from career Daily Express: GOK WAN has addressed his reservations over presenting his latest ITV show Bling, as he spoke