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Annual UK Hallmarking Figures for 2017

The total number of articles sent for hallmarking at all UK offices in 2017 fell by 4.3% to 9,335,765. 

Platinum, gold and palladium saw a decline in the quantity of articles hallmarked, but silver saw an increase.

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Silver Christmas Tree Decorations

The Goldsmiths’ Company is delighted to present a brilliant selection of Christmas tree decorations by some of the most prominent silversmiths working in the UK today.

To purchase a wonderful silver gift, please contact the individual silversmiths directly via the Goldsmiths’ Company website.

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2018 Valuation Day Dates Released

Valuation Days offer the chance for a private one-to-one consultation and professional appraisal by our expert valuer. You will also receive a comprehensive portfolio of your items. Places are limited.  2018 dates are as follows

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Christmas Hours 2017

Please note that we will close for Christmas at:

12.30pm on Friday 22 December 2017

And re-open at:

8am on Tuesday 2 January 2018 (Goldsmiths' Hall)

9am on Tuesday 2 January 2018 (Greville Street, Hatton Garden)

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Have You Booked to Attend Make Your Mark?

There’s still time to book to attend Make Your Mark at Goldsmiths’ Hall on Tuesday 31st October and Wednesday 1st November 2017.

 The event is a great opportunity to attend talks, speak to our exhibitors and register for your hallmark (new registrants only).

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Q&A: Creative Hallmarking

A legal requirement to sell precious metal, the hallmark needn't simply be regarded as a required stamp to be hidden from the wearer. Adam Phillips, account manager at The Goldsmiths' Company Assay Office, London, and one of the judges of this year's Make Your Mark Awards, encourages makers to get creative with their hallmarking to make a real impact.

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Royal Mail Postage Customers - Take Note!

We have been made aware that when an item is sent using the Royal Mail Special Delivery services there is a limit of the value of the contents that can be sent and still be eligible for recompense. 

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Goldsmiths' Fair - Tickets On Sale!

Tickets on sale! Buy work direct from the makers! Bespoke luxuries from 92 jewellers and 34 silversmiths, including 10 outstanding recent graduates, make this a fashion and interiors paradise ideally timed for early Christmas shopping.

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The Goldsmiths' Centre: Creative Links - Redefining Luxury Talk

What does it mean to be a responsible luxury brand in the 21st century? Where can we buy ethical design and how is buyer interest set to change in the coming years? As part of the London Design Festival (LDF), the Goldsmiths’ Centre is offering a platform for top profile industry experts to explore how sustainability and social responsibility are no longer optional for luxury brands – they are essentials.

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Make Your Mark Returns this Autumn!

Make Your Mark, the UK’s leading career development and networking event for emerging designers, apprentices and students of jewellery and allied trades, returns this autumn.

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Q&A with Kate Hainge, Make Your Mark Awards 2016 Prize Winner

Kate Hainge was awarded the second prize in the Jewellery category at the Make Your Mark Awards 2016 for her Magnifying Ring design. One of the prizes was a mentorship with esteemed British jewellery designer Stephen Webster, who has been designing and making jewellery for more than 40 years. After starting out in the jewellery industry as an apprentice in London’s Hatton Garden, the Stephen Webster brand is now known the world over for its bold design style while celebrating traditional craftsmanship.

Kate tells us what she has taken away from this invaluable and unique experience.

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Lincoln Cathedral Heritage Skills Festival

Last weekend saw 26 of the City of London Livery Companies and Lincoln Cathedral join together to celebrate traditional crafts and skills.

The Heritage Skills Festival gave visitors a unique opportunity to see at first hand the skills and knowledge that are kept alive for future generations through the City of London Livery Companies.

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