Museum of Goldsmithery
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Museum of Goldsmithery information
The tiny Museum of Goldsmithery seems overpriced for its size, but some of the gold and silverwork collection is captivating. Jewellery lovers will be particularly enraptured with the unique modern designs upstairs.