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

How King John really lost the Crown Jewels... according to an astronomer

The Telegraph: Maligned monarch’s mishap was not down to poor planning, but a freak tidal wave caused by rare celestial events, claims expert.

All the Crown Jewels to be used at King Charles III coronation including St Edward's Crown and Coronation Spoon

Manchester Evening News: The Crown Jewels are oen of the most iconic representations of the majesty of the British monarchy.

Diamonds, a sceptre and a set of spurs among crown jewels inherited by King Charles III

ABC: When Australians come into possession of something particularly valuable, we might call it our crown jewel.

High jewellery takes on a fluid flexibility in the hands of Mateo New York

Wallpaper: Mateo’s new high jewellery collection imbues gold, diamonds and pearl with a delicate buoyancy.

Nadine Ghosn’s playful jewellery designs pop up in Mayfair

Wallpaper: In a pop-up until 30 October 2022, and in line with the Nadine Ghosn’s collaboration with Frieze London 2022, Matchesfashion is showcasing three of her playful jewellery collections.

Tiffany & Co’s Blue Book ‘Botanica’ collection comes up roses

Wallpaper: Tiffany & Co draws on its heritage for delectable new jewellery collection.

Artists link jewellery and activism at Roxanne Simone’s Goldsmiths’ Fair exhibition

Wallpaper: Ten jewellers using offbeat materials and techniques are taking part in the ‘Precious Materials’ exhibition at Goldsmiths’ Fair, London.

Diamonds make for distinctive designs in this year’s new high jewellery

Wallpaper: Discover diamond jewellery from Van Cleef & Arpels, Chanel, De Beers, Cartier and more.

History of the Hero: Van Cleef & Arpels 'Alhambra'

Harpers Bazaar: Everything you need to know about the precious talisman, from its history to it’s A-list fans.

K-pop stars help boost heritage jewellery brand sales

FT: High-jewellery houses enlist pop singers to benefit from their younger audience in Asia and beyond.

Prada Makes Fine Jewelry History With Eternal Gold Collection

Elle: The brand's first-ever fine jewelry collection is also the world's first fine jewelry collection made with 100% recycled gold.

Prada’s New Fine Jewelry Collection Takes a Sustainable Angle

Vogue: Today marks the launch of Prada’s Fine Jewelry line. As with most everything the brand does, the Eternal Gold collection isn’t as straightforward as it seems.

Ukraine: EU agrees on eighth package of sanctions against Russia

Europa: The Commission welcomes the Council's adoption of an eighth package of hard-hitting sanctions against Russia for its aggression against Ukraine.

Contemporary designers reimagine Indian jewellery heritage

FT: London showcases bold contemporary styles aimed for an international clientele.

Lalique: from French glassware maker to global luxury lifestyle brand

The Week: A century ago, René Lalique opened his now-iconic Alsace glassware factory.

London’s Creative Talent on the Future of Fashion in the Capital

BoF: On Monday night, BoF and Mailchimp hosted emerging designers, fashion entrepreneurs and creative leaders in London to hear from the next generation of talent their reflections on the recent season, and the opportunities they see ahead.

Where Does Your Necklace Come From?

BoF: With new digital ‘passports’ that disclose where its products were crafted, Monica Vinader is ahead of the pack in a jewellery sector under pressure to prove its gems aren’t linked to human rights abuses and environmental degradation.

The 13th-century jewellery technique making a comeback

AFR: An intricate French renaissance ring set Cecilia Fein Hughes on a new path. Now she can hardly keep up with demand for her exquisite, enamel-painted pieces using recycled 18-carat gold.




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