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Here is a round up of this week's international jewellery news...

How Goldsmiths’ is (hall)marking the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

The Times: As the Goldsmiths’ Company reveals a new hallmark to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Kim Parker explores the history of its Assay Office, which for centuries has set the standard for precious metals.

Bulgari Releases 2022 Serpenti Viper Collection Made From Ethical Gold

Harpers Bazaar: Italian luxury brand Bulgari has opted for a stripped-back approach to its snake-like motif this year, opting for simple, ethical luxuries.

4 Sustainable Jewelry Brands to Wear on Your Wedding Day

Brides: Searching for sustainable wedding jewelry can feel confusing. Here are a few of our favorite brands that are doing it right.

Meet the artisan jeweller whose ethical designs are inspired by nature

Euro News: Clio Saskia uses recycled 18 karat gold for her collection work, as well as ethically sourced, traceable sapphires and other gemstones she mined herself.

London Craft Week (LCW) returns for its eighth edition with a fresh programme of events taking place next week.

Fad Magazine: City-Guilds-of-London-Art-School-London-Craft-Week-2022-Carving-Competition London Craft Week (LCW) returns for its eighth edition with a fresh programme.

Lithuanian metal artist Lina Varna joins Wexford’s jewellery quarter

Independent: Lithuanian-born metal artist Lina Varna has fulfilled a long-held dream by opening her own studio at Number 5, Lower Rowe Street Wexford, an area that is developing into the town’s dedicated jewellery quarter.

New jewellery for 2022

The Times: From a diamond tiara to a tête-à-tête bracelet, these pieces take luxury to a new level.

Dior’s New High Jewellery Collection Is A Dazzling Ode To Braiding

Vogue: It comes as no surprise that, in addition to Christian Dior’s beloved gardens and roses, the world of couture has been a rich seam of inspiration for Victoire de Castellane.

Tiffany shares its treasures in new London exhibition

The Times: The venerable American jewellery house celebrates its history with a glittering display in London. By Felix Bischof.

Tiffany & Co. announce new exhibition coming to London this summer

Good Housekeeping: Iconic jewels and the original Breakfast at Tiffany’s script will be on display.

Jewellery trends for 2022: spinels and alexandrites, anyone?

The Times: Forget sparkling, bright gems. Jewellery in 2022 is all about lesser-known stones in muted colours, says Jessica Diamond

Dundee jeweller defends ‘no beggars’ sign outside shop

The Courier: A Dundee jeweller who banned beggars from sitting outside his shop has defended the move, which has been branded “tasteless and unkind”.

Cult Shop: a Jaipur jeweller’s fit for a princess

FT: The Gem Palace has been crafting pieces for royalty and celebrities since 1852.

50 Royal Tiaras Will Go On Display At Sotheby’s Ahead Of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Vogue: There are myriad ways to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this June, but the most enjoyable might be a trip to Sotheby’s mammoth royal exhibition, running from 28 May to 15 June.

London-born jewellery maker puts on sustainable show with artists from the capital

Evening Standard: Her new exhibition includes sculptures and paintings by artists from Athens and London inspired by her work.

Meet The Maker: Sara Ross of FiorSó jewellery

Farmer’s Journal: In this week’s Meet The Maker, Maria Moynihan talks to Sara Ross of FiorSó jewellery, who is based in Kilflynn, Co Kerry.

H&M and Ingka launch “hyper-local” funding programme for designers

Design Week: Atelier100 is looking for a variety of makers, working in and with materials sourced within 100km from the centre of London.

Blackburn jeweller to exhibit crown jewels, rare diamonds

Lancashire Business View: Blackburn-based Ainsworth Jewellers is to mark National Diamond Month with an exhibition of rare and expensive items.

£5m Laings jeweller Glasgow flagship store plan

Herald Scotland: Family-run jeweller Laings has announced a £5 million plan to transform the landmark B-listed Rowan House building on Buchanan Street in Glasgow after signing a 15-year lease on the site.

Jeweller Theo Fennell: ‘Being called the king of bling is better than the prince of darkness’

The Guardian: The high-class jeweller on switching from silversmithing to memoir-writing to keep up with his daughters, including the film-maker Emerald, in lockdown.

Fashion Through the Artist’s Lens

Vanity Fair: In Vanity Fair’s Gallery, William Wegman, Ina Jang, Paul Kooiker, and more interpret high-fashion items and objets.

The art of jewellery paintings

The Jewellery Editor: From first sketch to final high jewel painting, jewellery designer Estelle Lagarde is master of her...

L’École, School of Jewelry Arts, Supported by Van Cleef & Arpels

France Today: Established in 2012 with the support of Van Cleef & Arpels, L’École, School of Jewelry Arts celebrates its 10th anniversary, marking a key milestone in a decade-long educational venture to shed light on the perceived secret worlds of high jewellery and watchmaking.

A Closer Look At All The Antique And Vintage Jewellery At The Met Gala

Vogue: The theme called for it: you can’t carry off gilded glamour – an ostentatious form of self-expression rooted in the decadence of the mid-nineteenth century – without showing off some vintage and antique sparkle.

The most spectacular jewellery from the Met Gala red carpet

Harpers Bazaar: The stars showcased 'Gilded Glamour' in the form of dazzling jewels.

Hatton Labs jewellery for men plays on subculture design codes

Wallpaper: Jewellery for men takes a playful form in the new collection from British jewellery brand Hatton Labs.

Blake Lively pairs overalls with $60K in jewels on Martha Stewart’s farm

Page Six: Way to bring some down-home dazzle.




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