The Goldsmiths' Company

London, United Kingdom


  • Goldsmiths' Hall
  • 13 Foster Lane
  • London
  • England
  • EC2V 6BN
  • United Kingdom

Opening times

Dependent on exhibitions.

Travel Information

Train: Closest tube - St Pauls

Founded in 1327, The Goldsmiths Company is one of the Great Twelve Livery Companies of the City of London, and continues to support the trade today.

The purpose of the Goldsmiths' Company is to contribute to British national life by supporting its related crafts, industry and trade and through wider charitable and educational activity.

The main objectives of the Company are:

  • To support the precious metal and jewellery crafts, industry and trade trough training, education and promotion, including through programmes delivered by the Goldsmiths' Centre;
  • To operate the Assay Office and test the coinage of the realm anually through the Trial of the Pyx;
  • To administer and act as trustee of the Company's charities;
  • To build on our traditions to enhance our contribution to life, work, education and culture in the City of London and in other parts of the United Kingdom;
  • To manage our financial affairs to secure the long tem future of the Company and its activities.

The Goldsmiths' Company hosts the annual Goldsmiths' Fair - the UK's most exciting annual showcase of fine jewellery & contemporary silver.


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