The Goldsmithy to host opening event to celebrate their new workshop in Cranfield

05, Jun 2019
Goldsmithy Milton Keynes

Jewellery specialists The Goldsmithy have relocated to a new and larger workshop in Cranfield this month and will celebrate with an open house.

The move to Perry Hill Farm comes after a successful 8-years in Stony Stratford making over 600 jewellery commissions using traditional methods since opening in 2008.

To celebrate, The Goldsmithy are opening up their doors on 19th & 20th June at 11am & 6pm for an open house which will give guests a glimpse into the Goldsmithing industry with live jewellery demonstrations, a tour around the new workshop, and a glass of bubbly.

The open house is free to attend, guests can simple request to attend by emailing info@thegoldsmithy.com before 12th June.

Owner, Glenn Chapman has been in the jewellery industry since 1972, learning his trade at Cartier London where he was the last trained small worker apprentice at Wright & Davis Ltd (Cartier London) creating luxury goods. Son, Paul Chapman is learning his father’s expertise in traditional Goldsmithing.

From their new workshop in Cranfield, they will continue to create one-of-a-kind pieces of jewellery including; pendants, earrings, bracelets, rings, pens, custom watch cases, and anything in-between.

Owner and founder of The Goldsmithy, Glenn Chapman says “Paul and I are delighted with our larger premise which has given us much more space to create beautiful pieces of jewellery.”

Chapman continues: “We are excited to host our open house and invite everyone to join us to have a look around our new workshop and talk to us about what we do and how we can create a one-of-a-kind piece of jewellery for a loved one.”

Of the 600 hand-made pieces commissioned over the years at The Goldsmithy, each achieves a precision finish. As part of every commission, clients are invited into the workshop to see stages of the piece being created, enabling any changes to be made before the final stage of polishing takes place.

The Goldsmithy offer the rare opportunity for anyone having a piece commissioned to have a go at the bench, allowing clients to add their own personal mark-making an extra special experience.

For further information about The Goldsmithy and its wide range of services, visit: http://www.thegoldsmithy.com or call 01908 565200.

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