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Whole New Group of Designer-Makers at Week Two of Goldsmiths’ Fair

After a quick change-over, 90 new designer-makers take up their stands to present their latest collections and designs at Week Two of the 30th anniversary Goldsmiths’ Fair which opens at Goldsmiths’ Hall on Tuesday October 2nd at 11am.

Among the new faces is award-winning jewellery designer and recent graduate from London’s Royal College of Art, Maud Traon.

Maud combines an explosive mix of colour and form to create imaginative and unpredictable works of wearable art. In an array of mixed media and metals, her work explores an innovative and unique aesthetic and reflects her interest in dreamlike landscapes and sugar-sweet fantasies.

Exuding an excess of colour, sparkle and texture, her pieces are the pinnacle of decadence! Check out her striking ‘Spiky Black’ and ‘Ferrero Rocher’ rings made from gold, onyx, gold glitter/ and rough diamonds! (£550/£750).

Goldsmiths’ Fair is the ultimate show-case of what is up-to-the-minute in the world of contemporary jewellery and silver, demonstrating stylish, innovative design, combined with high quality workmanship.

There is jewellery and silver for every occasion and in a wide variety of styles and permutations. Each piece reflects the unique creativity and artistic personality of the individual designer-maker working in precious metal. All the makers are present in person.

To see the full list of exhibitors in Week Two – see’-fair/exhibitor-index/week-2/
Week Two: 2 October – 7 October. 11am – 7pm Monday – Friday (last admission half an hour before closing) 10am – 6pm Saturday and Sunday (last admission half an hour before closing)

Entrance by catalogue purchasable on the door (£7 for one week, £12 for two weeks)

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