Pruden & Smith
Pruden and Smith occupy a unique place in metalwork and contemporary design. Anton Pruden is a true descendant of the great British Arts and Crafts tradition. His grandfather was the highly influential silversmith Dunstan Pruden in the Eric Gill founded Guild of St Joseph and St Dominic. Rebecca Smith has a degree in Fine Art and she established the design-led business with Anton in Ditchling, Sussex in 1988.

They continue to adhere to strong design principles such as ‘truth-to-the materials’ and practical beauty. Commissions include chalices for Ely Cathedral, candlesticks for Durham Cathedral, jewellery for Julie Christie and Jamie Theakston. Corporate clients include Peroni and The Reform Club. Both Rebecca Smith and Anton Pruden are Freemen of the Goldsmiths Company.

Exhibiting at:

Urban Armour
John Higgins Contemporary Silver

7th to 26th June
7th to 17th June
Rachel Gogerly
Rachel Gogerly is a Freeman of The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths’. Classically trained by one of London’s leading enamel studios Rachel Gogerly’s technical ability and finishing place her in the first rank of the UK’s leading fine enamellers working in precious metals.

Rachel Gogerly regularly exhibits at The Goldsmiths’ Hall and has won numerous awards for her distinctive combination of contemporary design, exquisite hand engraving and classic techniques champlevé, basse taille and guilloché.

“Simplicity of design and the clarity of transparent enamel define Rachel Gogerly’s work.”
Exhibiting at: St. Paul's Gallery
John Higgins Contemporary Silver
David Fowkes Jewellery
7th to 27th June
7th to 17th June

26th June to 8th July
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