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

Beguiling black gems for a dose of gothic glamour

Tatler: Jewellery Consultant Mary Sanderson reveals why these darkly alluring stones should be your go-to for party season.

Radford Street has a new hidden gem, The Courtyard Workshop

A little bit of stone: Earlier this year, a new business sprung up in Stone; we caught up with the owner Nikki Hough to hear more about The Courtyard Workshop and what it offers.

Collectors charmed by bejewelled bags

FT: Fashion houses are betting on combining two of the most highly collectable luxury items.

Desigual expands into jewellery with the help of Gala Meyer

Fashion Network: The Spanish fashion brand is expanding its product offer with the launch of its first complete jewellery collection. The owner and founder of the Barcelona-based company, Thomas Meyer, has entrusted his own daughter, Gala Meyer, to lead this venture.

Fall in Love with Bea Bongiasca and Her World of Whimsical Jewellery

Prestige Online: Bea Bongiasca’s jewellery can hardly be mistaken for anyone else’s – squiggly lines of pastel and neon enamel contrast with gold, set with semi-precious and precious stones in a multitude of colours.

Dipples jewellers opens store in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

EADT: Chris Ellis was just 14 when he started working for his family’s jewellery business, Dipples.

“The shop is an extension of our personality" - Chesterfield award-winning indie jewellers on what makes them 'different'

Derbyshire Times: “The shop is an extension of our personality, I think. So I would hope, if you were to walk into the shop and meet us you’d go yeah, I see how you fit together.”

Stokenchurch woman appears on GB News about jewellery business

Bucks Free Press: A local crafter has had her "five minutes of fame" after being invited to talk live on TV about her handmade jewellery business.

One-of-a-kind shine: With custom jewellery, the wearer is also the designer

The Globe and Mail: When the crown jewels are passed from one royal to another, they don’t always maintain their original form.

Richemont stock soars as jewellery business sparkles

Reuters: Luxury goods group Richemont's (CFR.S) shares soared as much as 21% in early trading on Friday after the owner of Cartier posted strong growth and earnings, helped by its jewellery business.

The Crown’s jewels: Tatler meets the vintage jewellery doyenne who accessorised Elizabeth Debicki et al.

Tatler: London-based, globally renowned jewellery expert Susan Caplan reveals the piece that was most difficult to source.

Jeweller Solange Azagury-Partridge: ‘Being glossy takes too much time!’

FT: The British jewellery and interiors designer loves Lucio Fontana, smudged eyeliner and Chaka Khan.

High-end jewellers cash in on their vintage pieces

FT: Brands see booming demand for their heritage pieces, which they are buying back, restoring and offering for sale once more.

The young designers disrupting the $368 billion jewellery market

Vogue Business: A new generation of jewellery labels are finding success in offering more trend-focused and accessible jewellery. Can they scale in the face of a recession?

These Are The Best Jewellery Gifts To Give This Year

Vogue HK: Sparkly somethings for those on your gifting list.

Tiffany's jewelry tycoon, 71, plunges to her death from Norwegian Spirit cruise ship

Daily Mail: at 3am off Tahiti coast as it's revealed gems were stolen from her cabin - and boyfriend took TWENTY HOURS to report her missing.

Carolyn Rafaelian launches Metal Alchemist, a new jewelry brand

What Up NewP: The brand is available now at launch through an exclusive retail partnership with REEDS Jewelers.

Jewellers explore benefits of digital art

FT: Brands experiment with latest technology to transplant one of the oldest hard luxuries into the digital world.

Diamonds for dogs: Meet the jeweller who created this €755,000 dog necklace

Euro News: It sure is a good time to be the dog of a rich owner, as the consumption of luxury and designer pet products has seen a significant boom in recent years.

Billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi loses extradition appeal in UK court

Reuters: Fugitive Indian diamond tycoon Nirav Modi faces extradition to India to face charges of fraud and money laundering after a London court dismissed his appeal on Wednesday.

Georg Jensen silver gallery opens in London’s Mayfair

Wallpaper: The Danish heritage brand, known for hand-crafted silverware and hollowware, showcases its most prestigious products in a dedicated, minimalist space.

STYLE Edit: Inside jeweller Cindy Chao’s new Black Label Masterpieces collection, including the splendid Caribbean Summer brooch set with a four-carat Muzo green emerald, on display at its new gallery in Taipei

SCMP: Cindy Chao’s Black Label Masterpieces collection shows some of the luxury jeweller’s most intricate pieces including the Caribbean Summer brooch, aka Number VIII.

Rare ladle made by Limerick silversmith sells for significant sum at auction

Limerick Leader: LimerickThe object, which has a current scrap value of around ST£100, sold for ST£3,125.

Princess Diana’s jewellery was a symbol of her growing independence, says ‘The Crown’s costume department

Vogue: Not many jobs involve five-hour deep dives for buttons in tiny vintage treasure troves nestled by the Sacré Coeur. But then working in The Crown’s costume department is not just any day job.

CASH IN I quit my full-time job after lockdown side hustle made £30,000 in sales in one month

The Sun: ALL that glitters isn’t gold - but for Dominique Croft, a jewellery hobby has become her new full-time job.

De Beers New Research Highlights Key Trends Shaping How Younger Generations Perceive, Research And Buy Diamonds

APN News: Ethical assurances, ‘phygital’ retail strategies, branded offerings and Web3 experiences are key trends shaping how diamond consumers – in particular Gen Z – perceive and engage with diamond jewellery, according to new research published today by De Beers Group in the 2022 Diamond Insight Report, titled A new diamond world: bringing trusted brands to new generations in a digital age.

8 best jewellery advent calendars for a daily dose of bling this Christmas

Independent: Frankincense and myrrh won’t get a look in with these gifts from Missoma, Astrid & Miyu, Oliver Bonas and more.




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