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

From Meghan Markle To Serena Williams, How Shiffon’s Tennis Ring Became An A-List Favourite

Vogue: There’s no doubt that jewellery has the power to send a strong message, from the Princess of Wales wearing heirloom pieces that belonged to Queen Elizabeth II, to outspoken environmentalist Emma Watson opting for lab-grown diamonds.

How did a 150-year-old jewellery brand become a pioneer in social and ethical responsibility? Shanya Amarasuriya shares

The Honeycombers: Meet Shanya Amarasuriya, the creative force behind B.P. de Silva Jewellers, a 150-year-old family business that's not just surviving but thriving and is a pioneer of ethical change.

Pandora unveils new store on Oxford Street, elevating shopping experience in London

London Post: The world’s largest jewellery brand, Pandora, unveiled its new store today on London’s iconic Oxford Street. Pandora UK ambassador – multi-award winning TV and BBC Radio 1 presenter – Vick Hope opened the store, which is Pandora’s third and biggest along the bustling Oxford Street shopping district.

Giovanna Engelbert thinks we should all be having more fun with jewellery

Harpers Bazaar: Swarovski’s creative director is three years into the job, and loving the challenge of putting her stamp on a 128-year-old company.

Christie's cancels sale of Nazi heiress' jewels

Euronews: The enormous collection of jewellery belonged to Heidi Horten, the wife of a Nazi who made his fortune after buying Jewish businesses under duress in the Second World War.

The New Autumn Jewellery Mood? More Is More Is More

Vogue: There is a 77-year-old darts player in East London who is known internationally as the “King of Bling”.

Celebrating September’s birthstone: 30 pieces of sapphire jewellery worthy of Princess Diana

Tatler: Tatler’s jewellery editor Charlie Miller showcases September’s birthstone, the sapphire, which has been favoured by famous royal couples over the centuries.

Jewelry With Just a Touch of Sweden

NY Times: It has been years since the founder of Annika Inez came to New York from Malmo, but her creations still have Scandinavian sensibilities.

In London, an Elevated but Edgy Jewelry Style

NY Times: HMp, the latest line by the designer and goldsmith Hannah Martin, includes a professional piercing service if you want it.

An Auction Of Rihanna, Miley And Beyoncé’s Favourite Chanel Jewellery Is Coming

Vogue: In case you missed it, Gabrielle Chanel. Fashion Manifesto, a blockbuster Chanel retrospective, will open at London’s V&A this month.

The jewels and sculpture of Wallace Chan:

Christies: ‘Each piece becomes an opportunity to challenge myself’.

Wallace Chan exhibition featuring one of world’s largest black diamonds opens

Independent: The Wheel Of Time exhibition premiered at Christie’s King Street headquarters in London.

10 Fine Jewellery Pieces Inspired by the Barbiecore Trend This Season

Prestigue Online: Even before Barbie was launched into cinemas, we could already see the pink and the sparks in the Barbiecore trend. In terms of fine jewellery, there are a lot of beautiful pieces we have our eye on.

Jewellery trends 2023: 6 runway-inspired designs to keep tabs on

Woman & Home: The autumn/winter jewellery trends 2023 that are worth getting excited about.

Australian jeweller-to-the-stars reveals secret details in Rita Ora's diamond wedding band after she marries director Taika Waititi in intimate Los Angeles ceremony

Daily Mail: And the couple enlisted jewellers-to-the-stars Zena and Tarick K'Dor to design and make Rita's stunning diamond wedding band.

Harrogate jeweller celebrates Tutankhamun family connection

BBC: The descendants of a man who weighed Tutankhamun's coffin when it was discovered in 1922 are displaying artefacts he brought back from Egypt.

Historic Aberdeen jeweller plans multi-million-pound Union Street revamp

Scottish Construction Now: Aberdeen’s Jamieson & Carry, an independent, family-owned jewellery business founded in 1733, has unveiled the next phase of its multi-million-pound expansion plans at its Union Street store.

Jaipur Rugs honours Britain's top gold and silver smith designer, the late Jocelyn Burton with a new carpet collection

Indulge Express: It coalesces the artistry of handcrafted rug-making with the finesse of gold and silverware designs.




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