MYM returns for jewellery and silver careers advice


Assay Office London Launch Make Your Mark 2017

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Make Your Mark, the UK’s leading networking and career development event for new precious metal designers and makers, returns to Goldsmiths’ Hall in the City of London from 31 October – 1 November 2017.

Now in its fourth year, the event comes complete with a treasure trove of opportunities to help emerging designers, apprentices and students of jewellery and the allied trades develop successful careers in the field.

The free two-day event is open to apprentices; students on a UK-based precious-metal-related full or part-time course whether at degree level, a short adult education or privately tutored course; tutors; masters; and those looking to enter the trade.

Make your Mark features

A range of industry exhibitors offering expert advice and guidance:

  • Argentium Silver
  • Association for Contemporary Jewellery
  • Bellore Rashbel
  • (us!)
  • Cooksongold
  • Contemporary British Silversmiths
  • GIA (Gemological Institute of America)
  • Goldsmiths' Craft & Design Council
  • Hand Engravers Association
  • H.S.Walsh & Sons Limited
  • iMakr 3D Printers for Jewellery
  • Just Got Made
  • Just Castings Ltd
  • Marcia Lanyon Ltd
  • Microset Tools
  • Monnickendam Diamonds
  • Presman Mastermelt 
  • S.E.W. Ltd - Private Tuition
  • Stephen M Goldsmith Master Polisher
  • T H March
  • Wax-Masters Ltd. & Simply Rhino Ltd.

Representatives from the Goldsmiths’ Company, Goldsmiths’ Company Assay Office and Goldsmiths’ Centre will also be on hand to offer advice on hallmarking, internships, grants, and training opportunities. 

Live Advice and Interactive Sessions

  • Stalls selling kits, beads, tools and much more
  • Live demonstrations including diamond cutting, hand engraving and stone setting
  • Surgery Sessions with Facets PR, your chance for face-to-face advice with experts mainly focusing on starting out in the trade

Talks Programme and Tours

A comprehensive programme with informative talks by industry specialists runs throughout the two days. All talks held in the Exhibition Room (45-minute slots)

Visit the Goldsmiths’ Company Library at your convenience.

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Rebecca van Rooijen


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