Trove: Fine jewellers from the Goldsmiths’ Centre
- 30 Mar 2023 - 12 Jun 2023 · Mon - Sat: 10am - 8pm, Sun: 12pm - 6pm
- Free admission
- Fortnum & Mason, 181 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1A 1ER
- Event type
Trove: Fine jewellers from the Goldsmiths’ Centre presents the work of eight goldsmiths, united by a passion for high-quality artisanal design, in the iconic Fortnum & Mason jewellery showroom.
Their inspirations span the globe, from the natural world to pop art, family heritage to glitched technologies. All of their businesses are based at the Goldsmiths’ Centre near London’s famous jewellery quarter. These designers harness a wealth of creativity and represent what it means to be a goldsmith in 2023.
The curated showcase will feature work from:
- Clio Saskia
- Ellis Mhairi Cameron
- Flora Bhattachary
- Genevieve Schwartz
- Harriet Morris
- Kay Konecna
- Leonid Dementiev
- Rachel Balfour
What is Trove?
Trove is a fine jewellery collective, representing designers based at the Goldsmiths Centre. They have been presenting themed exhibitions and events since 2019.
What is the Goldsmiths’ Centre?
The Goldsmiths’ Centre is an educational charity dedicated to improving the skills and shaping the careers of jewellers, silversmiths and those working in the precious metal industry. It has been safeguarding the future of this ancient craft since 2012 by helping craftspeople build successful careers.
Over the last decade, the Goldsmiths’ Centre has engaged around 14,000 emerging and established craftspeople in its skills training programmes and has helped over 5,000 UK beneficiaries through its grant giving initiatives. It has also supported 80 young people and enabled them to hone their creative and craft skills on its Foundation Programme, seeing 71% enter a Goldsmiths’ Company Apprenticeship Scheme or further studies.
Its exhibitions, courses and events programme sit alongside grant-giving initiatives aimed at reducing socio-economic barriers, offering opportunities for trainees, working goldsmiths and businesses to innovate and collaborate, and building a diverse and highly skilled workforce. A hub for skills training and creativity in Clerkenwell near Hatton Garden, London, it also offers high-quality affordable workshop, studio and co-working spaces.