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

Argent Silversmith Founder Elizabeth Herman Reveals A Pair Of Earrings Put Her On The Path To Make $1 Million | Exclusive

Quick Telecast: Elizabeth Herman was running a childcare centre when she bumped into a friend wearing an eye-catching set of earrings.

A pair of earrings inspired Liz's living room hobby. Now it's a business set to make $1m this year

Honey Nine: Elizabeth Herman was running a childcare centre when she bumped into a friend wearing an eye-catching set of earrings. Those earrings changed her life in ways she never expected, inspiring a hobby that she went on to turn into a thriving luxury jewellery business set to make $1 million this year.

Plymouth woman takes TikTok by storm with quirky jewellery business

Plymouth Herald: Charlie Hernan makes and sells earrings shaped like flowers, Jammie Dodgers, disco balls and even aliens.

SomeOne designs lattice-inspired identity for Graff

Design Week: The new designs – including the brand’s first ever monogram – are inspired by the diamond jewellery specialist’s unique metalwork.

SomeOne develops new monogram and visuals for diamond brand Graff

Creative Boom: The London agency's designs for diamond specialists Graff masterfully balances its exclusivity with its ethical underpinnings.

Young Chinese spurn traditional investments in favor of gold

Japan Times: Gold buyers in China are getting younger, as a property market downturn, weakening stocks and currency and low bank deposit interest rates have left them with dwindling options to save for rainy days in a sputtering economy.

Jayme’s inspirational journey from nursing to jewellery-making

Northern Ireland World: GLASCAR woman Jayme Gilchrist has built her dream life, but not without some tremendous struggles.

SomeOne develops new monogram and visuals for diamond brand Graff

Cambridge Network: Black Friday is a busy and exciting time of year for businesses and consumers; however, the notorious overconsumption during this period has come under criticism in recent years for its impact on the environment.

All Of The Most Fabulous Jewellery Moments Of 2023

Vogue: In the realm of jewellery, the year 2023 finally delivered the oft discussed Roaring Twenties revival. In the spring, King Charles III’s Coronation saw the spectacular Crown Jewels on full display.

All of the most fabulous jewellery moments of 2023

Vogue: There were dazzlers this year, from Blackpink's Lisa sparking a trend by wearing her Bulgari bracelet over her sleeve, to Beyoncé's diamond Elsa Peretti dress by Tiffany & Co.

Chopard’s global ambassador Julia Roberts is the radiant face of the Happy Sport and Happy Diamonds Campaign

The Edge Singapore: On March 20 last year, coinciding with the International Day of Happiness, Chopard announced Julia Roberts, the global ambassador, is now the inspirational figure for all of Chopard’s women’s watch and jewellery (including High Jewellery) collections.

India’s Glittering Future: Gems & Jewellery In 2030

GIEPC: Rising like the sun over a vibrant tapestry of cultures, India’s gems and jewellery industry is poised for a dazzling transformation by 2030. Picture a world where ancestral craftsmanship meets cutting-edge technology, where bold designs and sustainable practices reign supreme, and where India shines as a global leader in this glittering realm.

A little sparkle

Scotman: As well as showcasing the work of 40 designers and makers in herMorningside shop, SH Jewellery, Sarah Hutchison talks to Fiona Carswellabout her new venture, selling pre-loved jewellery via social media.

Men’s jewellery gets romantic

FT: Give him the big gesture this winter.

The Power of the Horseshoe

NY Times: Jewelry designers continue to use the talisman because, as one said, it has a “friendly vibe.”

Cartier explores the impact of Islamic art at the Louvre Abu Dhabi

Wallpaper: ‘Cartier, Islamic Inspiration and Modern Design’ at the Louvre Abu Dhabi dazzles with architectural necklaces, jewelled vanity cases and more.

Winter’s hot jewellery trend? Big stones

The Times: Chunky chain? Tick. Stonking rock? Of course. This year’s must-have necklaces are a real standout.

Jeweller who shot dead two robbers given ‘shameful’ 17-year prison sentence

The Telegraph: Italian politicians decry punishment as overly harsh, claiming Mario Roggero was defending himself and his family.

£640,000 diamond ring feared stolen in Paris Ritz turns up in vacuum cleaner bag

Yahoo: A diamond ring worth more than £640,000 feared stolen from a room at the Ritz in Paris turned up in a vacuum cleaner bag after police launched an investigation.

Paris Ritz finds missing €750,000 ring in vacuum cleaner bag

The Guardian: Hotel dispels rumours of a targeted heist or an opportunistic theft with a more mundane reality.

Mystery of missing £637,000 ring at The Ritz is finally solved

Metro: When a Malaysian tourist couldn’t find her diamond ring in her room at the Ritz in Paris on Friday morning, she understandably feared the worst.

Thank goodness costume jewellery is back – nobody has the funds for a different outfit for every party

The Telegraph: Statement accessories can transform an outfit – so go ahead and sling on those chunky rings, bangles and general magpie bait.

The prettiest new jewellery boutiques in the world

CN Traveller: In the market for all things that shimmer and shine? These are the global addresses to know right now.

Winter 2023’s most impressive jewellery pieces from Graff, Van Cleef & Arpels, Tateossian and Byredo: gold, silver and diamonds sparkle in striking releases from storied brands and left-field designers

SMCP: In the classic camp, Graff – who else – introduce rings boasting huge fancy intense yellow diamonds while Van Cleef & Arpels Perlée rings pair gold beads with emeralds, sapphires and rubies

Year in review: top 10 watch and jewellery stories of 2023, as picked by Wallpaper’s Hannah Silver

Wallpaper: Silver’s top 10 watch and jewellery stories of 2023 span cool horological collaborations, sculptural forms, and cutlery as bracelets.

Suki Waterhouse’s £260,000 engagement ring showcases one of 2024’s hottest jewellery trends

Hello: The model was seen donning a magnificent 'Toi et Moi' ring, believed to be from boyfriend Robert Pattinson.

Cartier unveils its high jewellery workshop, the largest in the world

Fashion Network: With nearly 200 highly skilled craftsmen united under one roof in Paris, Cartier has the world's largest fine jewellery workshop.

Devi Jewels: From Mumbai To London, With Love

Forbes: “Jewelry is about the wearer, not the gemstones,” says Radhika Nayar. “I saw my grandmother transformed by wearing jewelry, the shine, the stones, it was all so uplifting.

Chunky chains are given a subversive high jewellery spin

Wallpaper: High jewellery houses rewrite the rules by way of 1980s tunes and a blast of emeralds, spinels and diamonds.

Hannah Martin and Guy Berryman bring an edgy elegance to jewellery design

Wallpaper: Hannah Martin and Guy Berryman have collaborated on a punkish new jewellery collection.

My London: fine jeweller Jessica McCormack on all that glitters

Evening Standard: The jewellery designer Jessica McCormack can’t resist window-shopping from the stores beside her Mayfair boutique and likes her Queen’s Park sushi with a side of punk.

A look at the history of turquoise and its starring role in the latest haute joaillerie collections

Prestige Online: The fascination for December’s birth stone has woven itself into the world’s ancient myths. Now, the sky-blue gem is incorporated in the season’s most stunning haute joaillerie creations.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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