The exhibitors have been unveiled for Elements 2019 – Scotland’s festival showcase for the finest gold, silver and jewellery.

Fifty highly skilled designers and makers, half from Scotland and the others from elsewhere in the UK, have been selected to take part in the prestigious Edinburgh event. They include the creators of jewellery and silverware priced from £45 to £15,000 and ranging from affordable brooches and earrings to exquisite one-off pieces, handcrafted using precious metals and gemstones.

Yesterday we invited a selection of this years exhibitors to our press launch event. The makers gave a sneak preview of their work in the historic boardroom of The Incorporation of Goldsmiths of Edinburgh – which has been championing Scottish gold, silver and jewellery since around 1492. It was a well attended event and we are delighted to have been featured today in The Herald, The Scotsman, The Times, the National and online publications, Scottish Field, Daily Business and Jewellery Focus.

 

                                      

Above Images: Silverware by Aillie Anderson, Rings by Sally Grant, Press clippings from The Herald, The Time and The Scotsman, Ring by Flora Bhattachary, Earrings by Lorna Hewitt, Brooch by Donna Barry and Silverware by Christopher Perry.

Our website with fresh new branding is now live with the details of this years exhibitors. Over the coming months we will announce various events that will be happening in the lead up to Elements Festival and more details of the festival programme and exhibition.

We look forward to sharing more information about our fabulous makers over the coming weeks and months. Please save the dates in your diary and give us a follow on Instragram and Facebook to get all the latest news. #elementsedinburgh

Ebba Goring

Incorporation of Goldsmiths – Programmes Manager

Title Image: Bangle by Eileen Gatt