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

The best jewels from the autumn collections

The Times: Form an orderly queue, please, for this season’s striped treasures, says Jessica Diamond.

Boucheron Acquires High Jewellery Workshop Near Place Vendôme

GJEPC: Boucheron has recently acquired a high jewellery workshop, renowned for its excellent expertise in traditional craftsmanship as part of its ongoing growth and development strategy.

From the coronation to the state opening of parliament, how do jewellery designers use the royals to inspire their craftsmanship?

Tatler: As the King and Queen make their annual visit to parliament, Tatler takes a look at the jewellers who have taken direct inspiration from Britain's first couple.

The Key Spring/Summer 2024 Jewellery Trends To Know Now

Vogue: With a sea of viral A-listers on the front row it’s difficult for catwalk jewellery to make an immediate impact, particularly if your seating is less than celebrity-adjacent.

An exhibition celebrates Cartier’s sparkling history

The times: Behind a nondescript door in Geneva — and a lot of security — lies the brand’s treasure trove of historic jewels, a selection of which will star in a new show.

LOST SPARKLE ‘Great loss’ as jeweller to close in weeks after 150 years leaving shoppers with ‘no reason’ to head to high street

The Sun: The owner is launching a huge closing down sale and shoppers will be able to bag 50% off everything.

Meet the jeweller tapping into Tarot to make mystical future heirlooms

Dazed: In a campaign featuring Mona Tougaard, Maria Nilsdotter debuts a collection of amulet-like pieces designed to guide their wearer through life’s winding journey.

A dazzling trio of horological marvels by Bulgari

Prestige: Bulgari writes a new chapter in the annals of horology with a trio of audacious creations.

Spheres of influence

Harpers Bazaar: Ragnar Hjartarson, creative director of Georg Jensen, talks exclusively with BAZAAR about the brand’s latest collaboration with A. Roege Hove, a revival of the 2010 collection Moonlight Grapes.

Now You Can Buy Pre-Loved Jewellery On eBay With Complete Confidence

Vogue: Demand for pre-loved jewellery is booming right now – just look to the likes of Rihanna, Hailey Bieber and Gigi Hadid, who are regularly seen dripping in vintage gems.



How the humble advent calendar became a £2,000 high fashion craze

Telegraph: Gone are the days of opening a window to reveal a Christmas scene – now the doors hold designer jewellery, socks and candles.

How to find your engagement ring personal style

Harpers Bazaar: Not sure where to start? Here's where to look for inspiration and how to know you've found The One.

Advancing jewellery production through implicit modelling and additive manufacturing

TCT: The integration of industry-embedded polymer additive manufacturing (AM) assisted investment casting (IVC) presents a viable approach for light weighting parts while offering personalisation in the jewellery manufacturing industry.

Chanel’s latest high jewellery collection weaves elegance with innovation

S Magazine: In the 1920s, Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel discovered tweed for the first time through her romance with Hugh Grosvenor, the second Duke of Westminster, who often wore tweed during his fishing and hunting trips.




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