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

Objet D’Emotion Presents Independent, Haute Luxe Jewelry Designers At PAD London Fair

Forbes: Original, high luxury jewelry creations from independent designers and niche brands have long sparked jewelry trends due to fresh styles, intriguing materials, artistic silhouettes and irresistible allure.

Offbeat forms meet precious materials in Ana Khouri’s high jewellery

Wallpaper: Jewellery designer Ana Khouri is named one of the Wallpaper* USA 300, as we celebrate creative America. Here we discover her new high jewellery.

Michelle Keegan Wore Rahul Mishra Couture To The Bulgari Frieze London High Jewellery Gala

Red Carpet: The week of Frieze London was given a sparkling touch by Bulgari with a gala dinner held on Wednesday (October 11), at the prestigious Bulgari Hotel.

This jewellery brand began with a love story

AFR: Marie Lichtenberg left her magazine job and a relationship for a fresh start making jewellery inspired by her Creole heritage.

Telford College student plans gem of a career

Shropshire Star: Business student Dylan Haynes is immersed in a world of jewellery and precious antiques as part of his Telford College work experience.

RJC’s Melanie Grant Celebrates 8 Months On The Job As RJC, Harvard And GIA Announce Frieze Arts Competition

Forbes: As she announces JewelryArts24, an innovative competition using art as a vehicle for sharing the message about responsibility, Melanie Grant, Executive Director of the Responsible Jewelry Council (RJC), reflects on the ups and downs of her first few months in the role, the future for responsible jewelry, and why it’s so important to get everyone in the same room.

Looking for a new Australian jewellery brand to covet? Let us introduce you to EREDE

RUSSH: A piece of jewellery can be tasteful to the eyes, transcendence in time, and emit elegance like no other form. To place a memory or value into a piece of jewellery, defies all trends as they become extensions of ourselves.

PGI Conference in Hong Kong Spotlights Platinum’s Role in Responsible Jewellery Future

GIEPC: Platinum Guild International (PGI) took centrestage on day four of Jewellery and Gem WORLD Hong Kong, staging a landmark conference on future trends in jewellery and platinum’s position as an important innovator and premium value creator in a jeweller’s business portfolio.

Capucine Huguet Transforms Jewellery into Eco-Art

GIEPC: French designer and jeweller CAPUCINE HUGUET honed her craft through a four-year educational journey at the esteemed Haute Ecole de Joaillerie de Paris.

John Donald, goldsmith and jeweller who was one of the most innovative of his generation – obituary

Telegraph: Princess Margaret was a champion of his work and became a long-standing friend.

Cockpit Chief Executive to depart

Arts professional: Annie Warburton is stepping down as Chief Executive Officer at Cockpit in December following a five-year tenure.

Central London coach house and former artist's studio for sale

Yahoo: A characterful Bloomsbury property, formerly an old stable and coach house used as artist studios and workshops over the last century, has been granted planning permission to be transformed into a three-bedroom home.

Jeweller Pragnell unveils luxurious new Leicester showroom with 'state of the art workshops'

Leicester Mercury: The new Pragnell showroom features silk wallpaper and an atrium to flood the space with natural light.

Jewellers assess benefits of maintaining proper archives

FT: Brands that play up their heritage are creating interest in new pieces as well as old.

Chaumet exhibition celebrates the golden age of jewellery design in Paris

Wallpaper: A Chaumet exhibition, ‘Un Âge d’Or’, in Place Vendôme, puts jewellery designs from 1965 – 1985 in the spotlight.

US lab-grown diamond producer files for bankruptcy

FT: Sector suffers first big casualty from glut of man-made gemstones.

Lab-Grown Diamonds Giant Goes Out of Business as Prices for ‘a Girl’s Best Friend’ Plummet

The Messenger: WD Lab Grown Diamonds filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on Wednesday.

Chain Drain

The Sun: Second largest US chain selling affordable diamonds files for bankruptcy becoming biggest scalp yet for emerging market.

Chupi on trending engagement rings and the politics of choosing

RTE: What does your engagement ring say about you?

How Kiki McDonough creates cocktail rings fit for a princess

The Times: The British jeweller counts the Princess of Wales among her admirers. Now Kiki McDonough’s launched a jazzy, dazzling collection of cocktail rings in bold, brightly coloured gems.

Is it a watch or jewellery? The rise of the chain strap

The Times: Straps are getting a makeover, with watchmakers drawing inspiration from their jewellery box. Charlie Boyd on the new bracelet watches.

For the fun of it: the lighter side of high jewellery

The Times: Precious and joyful are the hallmarks of some unorthodox and irreverent new jewellery collections. By Sarah Royce-Greensill.

The latest luxury jewellery trends

The Times: From Buccellati’s hand-engraved bangles to hex-cut diamonds at Pragnell.

Bold rebrand for Cheltenham jewellers that James Bond would approve of

Gloucestershire Live: The name is Beards, Omega Beards.

The Way to Princess Margaret's Heart? Jewelry, Of Course.

Town and Country: An excerpt from a new memoir recalls how an interest in adornment led to an unforgettable royal run-in.

Dior's Latest High Jewelry Collection Is a Garden of Couture Delights

Nature's first green, according to Victoire de Castellane, is ruby.

Chaumet’s glittering soirée in Paris: A golden evening of nostalgia

In a splendid ode to the glamorous era of the 1970s, Chaumet, the venerable jewellery Maison, transported its esteemed guests back in time on the evening of September 26.

Record-Breaking Success: Sotheby’s London Autumn Fine Jewels Auction Hits £6 Million

Sotheby’s London scored its highest value fine jewellery auction sale since the famous sale of Exceptional Jewels And Precious Objects Formerly In The Collection Of The Duchess Of Windsor which fetched £7.9 million in November 2010, a record at the time.

The best jewellery trends from the SS24 shows

The most eye-catching jewellery from Fashion Week that are breaking stride this season.

FORGE: UK’s Creative Oasis for Jewellery Artisans & Connoisseurs

FORGE evolves as a creative hub for designer-makers and jewellery aficionados.




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