Desire Jewellery and Silversmithing Fair 2017


Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road, London, SW3 5EE.



Open to the Public


Selling Exhibition

Chelsea Old Town Hall will be the venue for the superb Desire Fair from 3 - 5 March.  

This stunning mixed media jewellery and silversmithing event where visitors can purchase direct from contemporary designer makers selected from the best in the UK is an event not to be missed.

Desire offers visitors a choice of around 90 individual jewellers and silversmiths who have been selected for their superb and innovative craftsmanship and have a genuine passion for the work they create.  Visitors can see and purchase from an exciting range from both emerging British talent as well as more established designer makers. 

Exhibitors include jewellers working in gold, silver, platinum, palladium, aluminium, bronze, copper, titanium, cellulose acetate and glass and incorporating gemstones, seaglass, buttons, pearls, glass, enamelwork, silk threads and beads into their work.

Silversmiths include Jen Ricketts who creates intricate hand-pierced functional silverware of city skylines and Brett Payne with his range of hand-forged candlesticks and tableware.

Anyone celebrating a special occasion – maybe a birthday or anniversary - may also like to speak to many of the makers about commissioning bespoke pieces of jewellery or silverware.  Several visitors in the past have commissioned engagement or wedding rings at the event and, by working with the designer maker, have been able to have input into the design and come up with something that means so much more and is completely individual.  Many of the makers will also be happy to speak about remodelling old jewellery to give it a more contemporary feel.

Whether you are looking to treat yourself, purchase a unique gift for someone special or commission something for a special occasion, make a date to visit Desire at Chelsea.


Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road, London,  SW3 5EE.


3 - 5 March 2017


Opening times for the event are
10 am – 6 pm Friday
10 am – 5 pm Saturday and Sunday. 


Admission is £6.