M_Hanid_VaseMade For The Table

5 November 2018 – 24 February 2019

Osterley Park, Isleworth, London.

A Goldsmiths Company curated exhibition – Made For The Table explores how contemporary silversmiths continue to be inspired to make precious handmade objects for the table.

On Show: Birds In Flight Vase, Ripple Tumbler (From the Goldsmiths Company’s Modern Collection)

Visit Made for the Table at Osterley Park


28th February – 3rd March 2019

Saatchi Gallery, Kings Road, London

Collect offers an unrivalled opportunity to see and buy exceptional, craft-led works showcased by a carefully selected group of leading international galleries. In 2019, Collect returns to the Saatchi Gallery for its 14th edition.

On Show: Grasses Tumbler and Cascade Tumbler

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mh_Radiance CentrepieceThe Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Council Award Winners Retrospective

16th January 2019 – 4th March 2019

Atrium, The Goldsmiths’ Centre, 42 Britten Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1M 5AD.

Each year the Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Council (GC & DC) attracts over 600 competition entries from talented UK based designers and craftsmen. This showcase reveals their award-winning work ranging from jewellery to tableware and objet d’art.

On Show: Radiance Centrepiece

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Schoonhoven Silver Award 2018

On show until 1st May 2019

Nederlands Zilvermuseum Schoonhoven, Kazerneplein 4, 2871 CZ Schoonhoven.

The Schoonhoven Silver Award 2018 continues to be devoted to the goal of reaching a wider audience and inspiring artists to test and explore the boundaries of their traditional art and craft.  Miriam was shortlisted for the Silver Award.

On Show: Infinitude

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A Sterling Renaissance, British Silver Design 1957-2018

6 October 2018 – 19 May 2019.

International Terminal, Main Hall, San Francisco International Airport.

The largest ever exhibition of modern British silver is being staged in the US. A Sterling Renaissance: British Silver Design 1957-2018. Nearly all the 100 or so pieces are from The Pearson Silver Collection, the largest collection of post World War II and contemporary British silver in private hands. It shows the abandonment of a Scandinavian influence in favour of a renaissance of British modernity. The majority of the 35 designer-silversmiths represented are still working today.

Visit the SFO Museum website

To order the exhibition catalogue please email me