The deadline for entries for this year's Make Your Mark Awards is midnight on Friday 11 January.
We are excited to announce that Jos Skeates is a judge for our Make Your Mark Awards!
Angela Cork is the next judge announced for our Make Your Mark Awards! There is still time to enter your application - deadline 11 Jan 2019 - so read all the information and criteria here.
Our Valuer Rupert Huddy featured on World’s Most Extraordinary Christmas Dinners on Wednesday 19 December at 9pm on Channel 4.
In November, Hallmark Jeweller's bought their amazing candelabra for laser hallmarking, and valuation.
We encourage you to try our online packet submission! 2019 will see a push toward online hallnotes as only 3% of paper hallnotes are completed fully and correctly. The missing information from them adds considerable time to the processing of your orders.
City of Wolverhampton Trading Standards won the British Hallmarking Council's Touchstone Award 2018 in the summer. The Award was officially presented today at Goldsmiths' Hall.
As part of our continuing commitment to working closely with enforcement authorities to help and encourage them to police the Hallmarking Act, Dr Robert Organ, the Deputy Warden, gave presentations to Southern and South Western regions at their Bournemouth Conference earlier this month.
As part of our dedication to becoming a centre of excellence for jewellery materials we will be holding a major international conference on 8 and 9 July 2019, at Goldsmiths' Hall.
If you are interested in being a speaker at The Goldsmiths' Company Jewellery Materials Congress, you are invited to submit a short abstract of up to 200 words to firstname.lastname@example.org
A gift from the Goldsmiths’ Company Charity to support three new PhD studentships at Cambridge will advance research in precious metals and help develop new technical expertise.