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

New faces and promotions at Roseberys, Bonhams and Freeman's - Antiques Trade Gazette

Antiques Trade Gazette: The Goldsmiths' Company has appointed its 695th prime warden. Lord Mark Bridges succeeds Dame Lynne Brindley. Former private solicitor to the ...

Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Brooches, New and Old

Royal Central: Symbolism abounds this week during the Platinum Jubilee. The jewellery on display is no exception and no one does messaging through jewels better than the Queen herself.

The Queen’s Jewellery: Platinum Jubilee Brooch

Crown Chronicles: As part of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, The Queen lit a Beacon at Windsor Castle to light the ‘Tree of Trees’ at Buckingham Palace. The Duke of Cambridge represented his grandmother at the Palace.

Meet the ethical jewellery brand behind the Duchess of Cambridge's £79 earrings

Yahoo: The Duchess of Cambridge is rarely seen without pieces from her fabulous jewellery collection. But even though she has access to some of the Royal Family's most expensive and iconic gems in the world, the duchess sometimes prefers to opt for pieces from small independent brands.

14k gold elegant, modern jewellery for the woman who dares to be different – Discover the Be Bold collection

Fashion United: Ana Dyla launches the BE BOLD 14ct gold statement jewellery. An exciting and diverse range of seductive jewellery - from bold to edgy and above all ultra feminine jewellery.

Queen's Platinum Jubilee walking stick made in Cumbria

BBC: A walking stick gifted to the Queen by the British Army to mark the Platinum Jubilee was handcrafted in Cumbria.

Jubilee walking stick made in Cumbria

ITV: The British Army gave a handcrafted walking stick to the Queen to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

Harrods façade goes Tiffany blue to celebrate brand's London anniversary

Fashion Network: Harrods is celebrating Tiffany & Co’s 150 years in London and has installed a light display that turns its famous façade Tiffany blue. It’s the first time it has changed the colour of its façade in partnership with a brand.

Shop Beach-Friendly Jewelry That Can Withstand the Sun, Sea, and Swims

Vogue: When you’re getting ready for a swim, you’re focused on the necessities: towel, swimsuit, and bucket hat.

The Black Designers Shaking Up the Fine-Jewelry World

Harpers Bazaar: Brands like Khiry, Bernard James, and White/Space are forging heirlooms for a long-ignored audience.

“Tiffany Is A Brand That Can Be Present Everywhere”: A​​lexandre Arnault On The Jeweller’s New Strategy

Vogue: With the arrival of a major London exhibition, jeweller Tiffany continues to surprise and delight.

Bishopton: Lynne MacLachlan to showcase jewellery at exhibition

The Gazette: A talented jeweller from Bishopton has had her work chosen for a major exhibition and selling fair taking place later this year.

Cultural relevance essential to business today, says Tiffany boss

The Guardian: Exhibition at Saatchi Gallery shows how important popular culture is to the jewellery brand.

14 Rainbow jewellery pieces to brighten up your wardrobe

Vogue: From Y2K inspired enamelled rings to juicy gems in every colour—here’s the Vogue edit of rainbow jewellery for Pride month.

The Best Independent Jewellery Brands You Need To Know Now

Vogue: Where do the world’s top luxury retailers, from to Harrods, go to find the latest and most exciting trends and emerging designers in fine jewellery?

Nadine Aysoy Jewelery shines in couture Las Vegas Design Atelier

The Baraht Express: Top jewelry designers are setting trends and also helping to tell the story of jewelry history with new collections based on traditional jewelry forms such as link necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings.

A glittering past, present and future

The Edge Singapore: To mark the 75th Cannes Film Festival and Chopard’s 25th participation as an official partner, Caroline Scheufe- le, Chopard’s co-president and artistic director, has un- veiled the Red Carpet Collection. The theme for this year is “Chopard Loves Cinema” and it is the inspiration behind 75 Haute Joaillerie creations.

Kate Middleton wears 'most expensive' crown jewel worth a staggering £66.3m - 'Impeccable'

The Express: The Royal Family owns several jewels in the form of tiaras, necklaces, engagement rings and brooches. But what is the most expensive crown jewel?




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