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

If it’s right, you know it in your bones, says feted jeweller

AFR: London-based Jacqueline Rabun is the master of unadorned silver – and in her latest, unisex collection for Georg Jensen, she proves her mettle again.

Meet the Neolithic-inspired jeweller hammering away in a historic city lane

Evenign News 24: Lying tucked away in the heart of Norwich is a hidden gem of a jeweller determined to encapsulate the city's landscape and stories in its handmade pieces.

Kim Jones and Victoire de Castellane unite for Dior high jewellery

Wallpaper: A unique bracelet for the Dior Winter 2022 – 2023 men’s collection epitomises Dior design codes.

Repurposing Family Jewellery Is Becoming a Big Business

BoF: Boutique jewellers are finding an increased appetite for custom pieces that rework family heirlooms and old gemstones.

Cece Jewellery: Miniature Works Of Art On Gold Canvases

Forbes: Cece Fein Hughes creates a captivating world of lore, legend and fairy tales and is inspired by different moments in history –from the renaissance to the Victorian era.

My current favourite earrings? They’re ethical – and small enough to wear with a mask

The Guardian: It is almost Valentine’s Day, but that is not why I’m thinking about jewellery.

Unusual materials make for futuristic fine jewellery design

Wallpaper: Fine jewellery brand Louiza marries unconventional gemstones with cutting-edge jewellery design.

All Your ’80s And ’90s Fashion Jewellery Dreams Have Come True

Vogue: A hoard of vintage costume jewellery has been unearthed in London and it’s time to get your hands on it.

Pearlcore: why it’s the only jewellery to be seen in right now

Standard: From A$AP Rocky to Rihanna and the Queen, join the pearl renaissance now.

How to sell fine jewellery to Gen Z

Vogue Business: Emerging fine jewellery designers, including O Thongthai, Bernard James and Bea Bongiasca, are focusing on Gen Z and millennials, while pioneering new ways of connecting with them.

How is the evaluation of jewellery done?

Euroweekly News: Clients are increasingly turning to the services of appraisal and examination of their jewellery.

Tatler's Jewellery Editor showcases February's birthstone in 29 vibrant pieces

Tatler: The purple amethyst is this month's precious stone.

Mother Of Pearl And Monica Vinader Unveil A Sustainable Jewellery Collab

Vogue: The collaboration is the latest step in the brands’ journey towards a greener future.

Victoria, Lady de Rothschild’s playful jewellery collection is heading to auction

Tatler: A treasure trove of bold, modernist jewellery that once belonged to the American socialite is set go under the auctioneer’s hammer next month.

The Everyday Jewellery The Vogue Editors Swear By

Vogue: Everyday jewellery is just as important as the failsafe basics in your wardrobe. Consider it the white T-shirt or jeans of your jewellery box.

Jeweller Kay Bradley works with Fabergé on Yorkshire Rose pendant

York Press: A JEWELLER from York has fulfilled a long-held dream by designing a Yorkshire Rose egg pendant exclusively for the luxury brand Fabergé.

Jeweller heartbroken after £50k diamond heist

Standard: Jeweller has said he is thinking of moving out of London after a gang of thugs broke into his store and stole £50k worth of diamonds from a display case.

From Boucheron to Louis Vuitton, the Most Jaw-Dropping Jewels From Paris High-Jewelry Week

Robb Report: Owing to the pandemic, the presentations were understated. The jewels, however, were anything but.

The Best Sustainable And Ethical Engagement Rings To Buy Now

Vogue: An ethical and sustainably-sourced engagement ring is becoming increasingly important for brides-to-be – after all, if you’re going to wear a piece of jewellery for the rest of your life, then it should reflect the values that are important to you.




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