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A round up of this week's national and international jewellery news...





World Wildlife Fund criticises watch and jewellery industry

Jeweller Magazine: The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has issued a scathing criticism of the jewellery and watch industry, publishing a report raising questions about the environmental impact of the trade.


Jewelry and Watch Brands Must Be More Transparent, Says WWF

Rapaport: The jewelry and watch industry is still lacking when it comes to sustainability, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) said in a report on brands’ environmental performance.

The Ethical Jewellery Labels To Put On Your Radar

Marie Claire: A perfect blend of values and style.

New Isn’t Always Better: Eco-conscious Luxury Picks

Luxuo: Consumers today are continuously looking for more eco-conscious ways to purchase everything from luxury fashion to ethically sourced jewellery.

Jewellery company Lily & Roo urges its customers to call for a ceasefire

Jewish News: In an email sent out to its database, the company encourages the signing of an Amnesty International petition.

Jewellery maker who fled war torn Ukraine will be having her first art exhibition in Buxton at the weekend

Buton Observer: A jewellery maker who fled war torn Ukraine will be having her first art exhibition in Buxton at the weekend.

From lab-created diamonds to slow jewellery, buyers are craving a more customized experience

The Globe and Mail: Diamonds may be forever – but the way we bejewel ourselves is ever changing. As new technologies transform the art of jewellery-making, consumers are seeking to know more about their adornments and to play a bigger role in the design process.

Creating Colorful Pieces With an Artist’s Eye

NY Times: Elizabeth Gage rejected finishing school for art school, turning her love of gold, gems and history into a decades-long career.

Women in Luxury: Kiki McDonough, jeweller

Luxury London: The London-based jeweller on circuitous starts and the secret to business longevity.

Tomasz Donocik’s Jewels, Painted with Precious Gems

GIEPC: Jewellery designer TOMASZ DONOCIK, who recently moved into a new showroom in the hip London neighbourhood of Shoreditch, is building his brand identity as an artist who innovatively expresses his love of colour.

Margot McKinney jewels: it’s what women want

The Jewellery Editor: Margot McKinney presents a collection of the most rare and finest gem stones set into impossibly beautiful jewels that are dying to be worn.

Mum's The Word: If you put ‘mum jewellery on your Christmas list’ you’re ‘insensitive’, says maternal health advocate Clio Wood

The Sun: Why we should think twice before putting such bling on our Christmas wish lists.

‘Diamonds are in my blood’: The Jain jewellery traders of Antwerp

Aljazeera: How did followers of Jainism, a faith that shuns attachment to material goods, come to boss the global diamond industry?

Francesca Villa’s pet portrait jewellery, the pawfect gift

Wallpaper: Pet portrait jewellery courtesy of Francesca Villa’s bespoke Being Furry service puts a kitsch spin on gifting a loyal friend’s likeness.

Harrogate-based jewellery remodelling experts to breathe new life into old and inherited valuables

Harrogate Observer: A Harrogate-based jewellery remodelling expert will be hosting a special ‘Discovery Session’ this week offering customers the chance to breathe new life into their old or inherited valuables.

Why 'elite' jewellery brand Van Cleef & Arpels has won the heart of Queen Camilla

Hello: King Charles' wife's jewellery staples are so on-trend.

Catherine’s Jewellery: Art Deco Diamond Brooch

The Crown Chronicles: The Princess of Wales is known to have some intricate items of jewellery in her collection, including an art deco diamond-set brooch.

Blockbuster film Napoleon reignites mystery over his wife Josephine's lost jewellery: Hunt for necklace and tiara worn by the empress during the imperial coronation of 1804

Daily Mail: Necklace and tiara were sold by Harrogate-based jewellery firm Ogden in 1930s.

Men’s jewellery gets romantic

FT: Give him the big gesture this winter.

Jewellery partnership creates market leading boutique space in Liverpool One

The Business Desk: Liverpool-based British luxury jewellery retailer, David M Robinson (DMR), has opened its new boutique at Liverpool One, in partnership with Swiss watch brand, TAG Heuer.

Dial ‘B’ for bling: Tatler’s Style Counsel calls up jewellery editor Charlie Miller to talk High Jewellery and the most exquisite creations from the new season

Tatler: When it comes to the wondrous world of High Jewellery, who you gonna call? Well, for Tatler’s Style Counsel, there was only one woman who could give the ultimate lowdown of luxury: jewellery editor Charlie Miller.

Tanzire brings jewellery brand Missoma to India

Fashion Network: Demi-fine jewellery marketplace Tanzire has launched women’s jewellery brand Missoma in the Indian market. The retailer will debut a range of Missoma’s signature sculptural designs on its multi-brand e-commerce platform.

The Vogue Guide On Where To Buy Vintage Jewellery In London

Vogue: Whether you’re a seasoned vintage jewellery enthusiast hunting for a special treasure or simply browsing for fun, here’s the Vogue guide to truffling out rare treasures.

Secondhand santa: welcome to eBay’s real-life, pre-loved luxury pop-up

The Guardian: To kick off their Christmas shopping, vintage-lovers can get up close and personal with pre-loved designer pieces at eBay’s Taste of Luxury event – and possibly win their own Rolex or Louis Vuitton.

The pre-loved price is right: style meets savings at eBay’s ‘Taste of Luxury’ Mayfair pop-up

The Luxe Review: This Christmas season, eBay is unwrapping a unique gift for seekers of opulence and style with its ‘Taste of Luxury’ pop-up store.

Best in show: diamonds are a girl’s best friend… but so are her faithful dogs and cat

Tatler: Felix Bischof on the jewellers with the best of the glitter earning top barks. Look no further than these jewel-adorned pet signet rings and a rabbit Fabergé locket for Christmas inspiration.

Elmslie House to launch silversmithing classes in Malvern

Malvern Gazette: An historic building in Great Malvern is to launch a range of silversmithing courses.

Necklace to the Wonka World Premiere in London

In Store Magazine: The necklace is a one-of-a-kind piece.

In Need Of A Jewellery Refresh? Here Are 14 Local Labels To Invest In

Marie Claire: Look no further than these native talents.


News Edit: 3 December 2023


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