Goldsmiths’ Fair 2020 - Online

Goldsmiths' Fair 2020


Online Only



Open to the Public


Selling Event

Goldsmiths’ Fair 2020 - Online

24 September – 6 October 2020

Online Only

Register for the event

The Goldsmiths' Company is excited to launch Goldsmiths’ Fair 2020, the first ever digital staging of their prestigious event, held exclusively online from Thursday 24 September to Tuesday 6 October, on the newly designed and curated website launching the same day. 

They are proud to be able to provide a platform for our exhibitors and thousands of visitors from around the world, old and new, so that you can enjoy the extraordinary works created by some of the best jewellers and silversmiths working in the UK today.

From 24 September, you will be able to browse the 2020 Fair exhibitors and a selection of their newest collections on our website, which you can purchase directly from the makers via the new website.  This year’s talks programme promises to be one of our best yet. You will be able to view all our talks online (Zoom or Instagram) – more below. You will also have the chance to visit a brand new curated online exhibition of pieces from the Company Collection, to be revealed on launch day. Along with one or two other surprises.

Entry to the site is free, and tickets are not required, however by registering here for a virtual ticket you can ensure that you receive the latest event updates and reminders for the duration of the event. 

Talks Programme

Register for our free Zoom lecture programme that will be held daily at 6pm (weekdays only) throughout the Fair. Enjoy Rachel Church, curator at the V&A talking about brooches and Melanie Grant, Luxury Editor at 1843 Magazine / The Economist, writer, stylist and commissioning editor, talking to panel of extraordinary jewellers on how female empowerment has changed design.

New Makers Programme

To accompany our headline talks programme we’re excited to present our new makers’ programme. Join a selection of our Fair exhibitors on IGTV for studio tours and creative conversations as they share stories from their life and work. The programme features Francesca Marcenaro and Yeena Yoon who will be discussing storytelling in jewellery, and Maya Selway and Ane Christensen who will unravel how their paths became intertwined as they swapped the roles of silversmith and jeweller. 

Please note: Goldsmiths’ Hall is NOT open to the public, and the event is NOT being staged anywhere other than on our website.