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New Jewellery Techniques: Curved Scoring and Folding for Metalwork and Silversmithing

New Jewellery Techniques: Curved Scoring and Folding for Metalwork and Silversmithing by Anastasia Young & Paul Wells A detailed and abundantly-illustrated reference that focuses on the innovative curved score folding for sheet metal techniques to create beautiful, dynamic three-dimensional forms, much like metal origami, in jewellery and metalsmithing.  Anastasia Young and Paul Wells, both renowned London-based jewellers, authors and lecturers, have created a practical visual handbook on curved scoring and folding techniques applied to jewellery and metalsmithing for small objects. The book's clear, hands-on approach, with explanatory photographs for each step, makes it an invaluable resource for established jewellers wishing to

Maison&Objet Paris

Maison&Objet Paris Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre  19-23 January 2023 Twice a year , the entire lifestyle sector - brands, designers, artisans, interior design experts and, of course, you, our visitors – joins us to make connections and seal new deals, immersed in a vibrant melting pot of the latest trends and surrounded by exciting new finds. Decorative pieces, designer furniture, accessories, textiles, fragrances and tableware stretch as far as the eye can see. www.maison-objet.com

Scoop 2023 - January Edition

Scoop Saatchi Gallery, London 29 - 31 January 2023  Much-loved contemporary womenswear show Scoop, opens its doors at London’s Saatchi Gallery this weekend offering an exclusive edit of emerging and accessory designer labels expertly curated by Founder, Karen Radley. Exclusivity is at the heart of Scoop’s luxury offering, giving visitors access to designers , labels and collections unavailable anywhere else. Over 250 hand-picked UK and international designer collections will be showing their new collections, many using Scoop as their only seasonal selling platform. Fresh new faces making their Scoop debut include YOLKE, Narces, I Candi Rocks, Miki MIALY, La Cabane

Midcentury Modern®

Midcentury Modern® Dulwich College, SE217LD Sunday 24th March 2024 Now in its 20th year Midcentury Modern® has some fantastic contemporary designers and top midcentury dealers heading to celebrated interiors fair Midcentury Modern® on March 24th along with some inspirational jewellery designers. Newbies Will Sharp Jewellery and Eleanor Whitworth will both be premiering this time round. Will’s designs include both his everyday 3D printed range created from plant based PLA being sustainable, lightweight and colourful, perfect for everyday wear plus his recycled silver range made with traditional techniques and casting. Eleanor Whitworth’s pieces are entirely handmade in her Glasgow studio, marrying

Senior Silversmith, Thomas Lyte - Hainault, Essex

The Role Senior Silversmith Thomas Lyte Hainault, Essex Thomas Lyte is a Royal Warrant holder as silversmiths and goldsmiths to The Late Queen Elizabeth II. A contemporary luxury brand disrupting a traditional industry, we have quickly established a reputation as worldclass designers and makers of exquisite bespoke silverware. We are responsible for designing, making and restoring some of sports most iconic trophies including the Emirates FA Cup, the Rugby World Cup, the ATP Finals Trophies, FIFAe World Cup, and the ICC's Men's and Women's Cricket World Cups. At Thomas Lyte, we combine the latest technologies with centuries of knowledge and

Polisher / Plater, Thomas Lyte - Hainault, Essex

The Role Polisher / Plater Thomas Lyte Hainault, Essex Thomas Lyte is a Royal Warrant holder as silversmiths and goldsmiths to The Late Queen Elizabeth II. A contemporary luxury brand disrupting a traditional industry, we have quickly established a reputation as worldclass designers and makers of exquisite bespoke silverware. We are responsible for designing, making and restoring some of sports most iconic trophies including the Emirates FA Cup, the Rugby World Cup, the ATP Finals Trophies, FIFAe World Cup, and the ICC's Men's and Women's Cricket World Cups. At Thomas Lyte, we combine the latest technologies with centuries of knowledge

Scotland’s Annual Festival of Jewellery, Silver and Gold Pops Up in Aberdeen

Scotland’s Annual Festival of Jewellery, Silver and Gold Pops Up in Aberdeen The highly successful Elements Festival – Scotland’s biggest celebration of jewellery, silver and gold – is staging its first ever event in Aberdeen this weekend. While most of this year’s festival is digital, due to COVID-19, a series of pop-ups are taking place which will allow people to meet some of the finest emerging and established designers and makers from Scotland and the rest of the UK.   This Saturday and Sunday Aberdeen Art Gallery will be hosting four Scottish makers selected for this year’s festival: Christina Hirst

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

The Goldsmiths’ Centre launches Creative Links

Creative Links The Goldsmiths’ Centre launches new talks and networking events to help start-up businesses to grow On 16th May 2023, the Goldsmiths’ Centre in London is launching a new series of monthly Creative Links talks and networking events designed to help emerging makers and start-up businesses learn, network and grow. Creative Links events will see experts and successful business owners in the jewellery and silversmithing industry explore and discuss subjects including range planning, finding new markets, showcasing and digital marketing. With Q&As and plenty of time to network, people will be able to ask questions, seek support and engage

A Post-College Guide with Sarabande

What Now? A Post-College Guide with Sarabande Matty Bovan joins panel to talk to new graduates about post-pandemic work life 22 & 23 June 2022   This June, Sarabande Foundation will host What Now? - a series of talks and workstations to help recent and soon-to-be arts and fashion graduates tackle post-university panic. The COVID-19 pandemic deeply affected the creative industries and had a huge impact on job prospects for new graduates. Job openings fell by 66.5% - some 128,000 fewer jobs than pre-pandemic, and recent graduates who were self-employed or freelancing had their work opportunities crushed. Building on the

News Edit: 13 November 2022

Here is a round up of this week's international jewellery news...   Beguiling black gems for a dose of gothic glamour Tatler: Jewellery Consultant Mary Sanderson reveals why these darkly alluring stones should be your go-to for party season. www.tatler.com Radford Street has a new hidden gem, The Courtyard Workshop A little bit of stone: Earlier this year, a new business sprung up in Stone; we caught up with the owner Nikki Hough to hear more about The Courtyard Workshop and what it offers. alittlebitofstone.com Collectors charmed by bejewelled bags FT: Fashion houses are betting on combining two of the

News Edit: 12 June 2022

Here is a round up of this week's international jewellery news...   New faces and promotions at Roseberys, Bonhams and Freeman's - Antiques Trade Gazette Antiques Trade Gazette: The Goldsmiths' Company has appointed its 695th prime warden. Lord Mark Bridges succeeds Dame Lynne Brindley. Former private solicitor to the ... www.antiquestradegazette.com Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Brooches, New and Old Royal Central: Symbolism abounds this week during the Platinum Jubilee. The jewellery on display is no exception and no one does messaging through jewels better than the Queen herself. royalcentral.co.uk The Queen’s Jewellery: Platinum Jubilee Brooch Crown Chronicles: As part of

News Edit: 5 June 2022

Here is a round up of this week's international jewellery news...   Queen wears new Platinum Jubilee brooch Daily Mail: Her Majesty, 96, looked effortlessly elegant in a jade green Stuart Pravin crepe coat when attending the lighting of the beacons event at Windsor Castle. www.dailymail.co.uk Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Brooches, New and Old Royal Central: Symbolism abounds this week during the Platinum Jubilee. The jewellery on display is no exception and no one does messaging through jewels better than the Queen herself. For Trooping the Colour, a … royalcentral.co.uk Kate Middleton Wore Princess Diana's Sapphire and Diamond Earrings to

Memories are Made of This

Memories   Are   Made   Of   This Sarah Myerscough Gallery, London W1K 23 November 2023 - 2 March 2024  Zoe Arnold work in progress How do we mark important events or people in our lives?   How can we do  this  in a meaningful, personal and contemporary way? These  are  the questions posed by curator Corinne Julius in a new Jewellery exhibition  Memories   Are   Made   Of   This ,  at Sarah Myerscough Gallery. Lin Cheung / works as part of her 'Keep' + 'New Page' series There is a long history  of  commemorative jewellery from love

Earth To Earth | Adi Toch Solo Exhibition

Earth To Earth | Adi Toch Solo Exhibition Sarah Myerscough Gallery, London W1K 23 November 2023 - 2 March 2024   Earth to Earth is the first solo presentation of new works by Adi Toch that explores the profundity of nature’s mark-making and the touches of time. The show features new collections that are an extension of her Shrouded series, exhibited as part of the Cheongju Craft Biennale in Korea in 2023. The artist slowly shapes her objects: vessels are converted from flat sheets of metal to final sumptuous forms, while mirrors are cut, engraved and polished. There is a delicacy in the generously rounded shapes that belies the intensity of the process. Adi exacts her will on malleable but defiant metal

LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize 2024

The LOEWE FOUNDATION launches the seventh edition of the LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize, an international award celebrating excellence in craftsmanship. The LOEWE FOUNDATION seeks to recognize uniquely talented artisans whose artistic vision and will to innovate set new standards for the future of craft. The prize for the winning entry is 50,000 euros. The shortlisted and winning works will feature in the exhibition and accompanying catalogue in Paris in spring 2024. Apply from 6 July to 25 October 2023

Micro Setter, Charles Green - Birmingham

The role Micro Setter Charles Green Birmingham Charles Green, based in Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter, are respected for our high-quality jewellery and unrivalled service. In 2024 we will be celebrating our 200   years as well as moving into our new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. We are also proud members of the Responsible Jewellery Council, underlining our commitment to ethical and sustainable business practices. We are excited to announce that we are looking to add to our skilled team, with a full time vacancy for a Micro Setter . Experience is preferable, and you should share our passion for producing the

The Dover Prize

Call for Applications: The Dover Prize  The Dover Prize is an award open to any UK-based artist. It supports excellence and experimentation in the arts and creative industries. Applications are welcome from artists and creative practitioners working in the visual arts e.g.  painting, sculpture, ceramics, print- making, photography, digital art, film making, performance and installations. This year the Dover Prize comprises: The Dover Award:  A bursary of £10,000 paid across two years, to an individual or collective to provide time to think, research, reflect and/or experiment with new ideas Creative Awards:  Five awards of £1,500 are available for one year

Footfall at Bradley’s Jewellers York Up 50% as Outdoor Floral Display Excels

Historic York boutique creates Instagram-worthy display that’s driving custom and increasing footfall despite challenging retail landscape.  Independent jewellery retail business, Bradley’s Jewellers York, has witnessed a 50% uptick in footfall since April 2021 thanks to a new approach to exterior store decoration and window displays. The business is reporting a doubling of footfall from April to September 2021 in comparison to the same period in 2019 due to investment in spring and autumn themed floral displays that surround its 500-year-old boutique on Low Petergate in the centre of York. Since installing its debut exterior decorations in April 2021, designed to

Applications Open for Elements 2021

Call for Applications: Elements 2021 Applications are now open for Elements 2021. This years’ event will operate in a ‘blended’ style of online and in-person events, including a new Elements e-commerce platform to run from September - November, pop-up selling events, an exhibition and talks. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are unable to produce our festival in November at the Lyon & Turnbull showrooms as we would have pre-COVID due to capacity and social distancing restrictions that may still be in place for large events. We are developing some in-person events along with well-curated digital opportunities. The health

US$2M Available GIA Scholarships 2021

Call for Applications: GIA Scholarships 2021 Whether you are new to the gem and jewelry industry or a veteran looking to expand your knowledge, education from GIA will equip you with the tools to succeed. A scholarship from GIA makes achieving your educational goals financially attainable. GIA is accepting scholarship applications until March 31, 2021 for classes that start June through December of this year. The scholarships are open to prospective students around the world. For this application cycle, all prospective students may apply for distance education programs, with limited on-campus scholarship availability due to pandemic-related capacity restrictions. For details

A Family Journey - Around Europe In 10 Days

Boodles launch their new High Jewellery Collection for 2023 around the story of Anthony Wainwright's round the world trip in 1962. Some sixty year later Nohcholas Wainwright makes a simlar journey round Europe to source stones, design pieces and have lots of fun along the way... He writes... We’ll always be a forward-looking business. But once in a while, it’s nice to look back and at my age, I do what I’m told. So when my family co-directors of Boodles said they’d like me to do a Grand Tour of Europe in 10 days, who was I to

Jubilee hallmarking competition invites crafty kids to design their own maker’s mark

Goldsmiths’ Company Assay Office launches Mark Your Mark Kid’s Competition to celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Kids across the UK are being encouraged to get crafty over the Platinum Jubilee weekend by creating their own maker’s mark, as part of the Jubilee celebrations. The Make Your Mark Kid’s Competition, launched by the Goldsmiths’ Company Assay Office (London Assay Office), is open to anyone aged 10 and under. To introduce the world of hallmarking to a new generation, the London Assay Office has created a fun and educational activity pack about hallmarking. The activity pack,  available online , includes information about

News Edit: 17 September 2023

A round up of this week's national and international jewellery news...   Meghan Markle wore £17 earrings from American female jewellery designer for Invictus Games Daily Mail: Meghan Markle is known for her love of expensive and personalised jewellery - but yesterday, the Duchess appeared to take a new approach to her accessory selection. www.dailymail.co.uk From Jackie Kennedy’s Watch To Princess Diana’s Cross Pendant, Inside Kim Kardashian’s Museum-Worthy Jewellery Collection Vogue: It seems that Kim Kardashian has flown all the way to Tokyo in order to get her hands on the dazzling diamond and gemstone necklace from Chanel’s spring/summer 1995

Meanings and Messages – ACJ’s 25th Anniversary Touring Exhibition

Meanings and Messages – ACJ’s 25th Anniversary Touring Exhibition  New Brewery Arts  4th April – 18th June 2023  The Association for Contemporary Jewellery presents a major touring exhibition, showcasing 60 brooches from 60 current members. Including work from members in the UK, Australia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Hungary, Taiwan, USA, and US Virgin Islands. Materials include PLA filament, jesmonite, paper, silver and gold, aluminium, copper, enamels, wood, textiles, ceramics, semi-precious stones, and an array of found objects – gramophone needles, leather gloves, spent bullet cartridges, military ribbon, and denatured citrus fruit peel. An Exhibition of Brooches We have chosen