We are pleased to announce that
APPLICATIONS FOR GOLDSMITHS NORTH 2024 ARE NOW OPEN
Next year’s Fair will run from 12th – 14th July 2024 in the Cutlers’ Hall in Sheffield.
If you would like to exhibit at Goldsmiths North 2024, please fill in our online application form before midnight on Friday 15th December.
Goldsmiths North Contemporary Silverware & Jewellery Shopping Experience
An international shopping experience bringing the finest contemporary Silverware & Jewellery from the UK and Europe to the North of England, hosted in the magnificent Cutlers’ Hall in the heart of Sheffield.
CUTLERS’ HALL SHEFFIELD
Next Year’s Fair:
Friday 12th to Sunday 14th July 2024
The Cutlers’ Hall – Church Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 1HG, United Kingdom.
Open 10am – 5pm Friday and Saturday
Open 10am – 4pm on Sunday
Please note: Last Entry 3pm on Sunday
Goldsmiths North is a summer shopping experience bringing the finest contemporary Silverware & Jewellery to the North of England, hosted in the magnificent Cutlers’ Hall in the heart of Sheffield. Visitors to the Fair will have the opportunity to meet and buy from over 50 independent makers from all over the UK & Europe.
Sheffield has a worldwide reputation for fine metalwork. The presence of one of the four Assay Offices in the UK makes it a major stakeholder in today’s precious metals industries. It is no surprise, therefore, that the most skilful and imaginative silversmiths and jewellers of today have chosen Sheffield to host this new premier contemporary silverware & jewellery selling fair.
The Cutlers’ Hall is without question a magnificent venue steeped in history and grandeur and is regarded as the finest livery hall in the north of England. It is located in the City Centre with easy access from the central train station and city tram systems.
GOLDSMITHS NORTH ANNUAL 2023
In place of a traditional catalogue, each visitor to Goldsmiths North receives our own magazine-style publication, known as the Annual, containing informative, inspirational and aspirational features on selected makers, their work and the wider trade. View past issues here.