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News Edit: 18 September 2022

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

Queen Elizabeth II's ten most famous and memorable jewels

The Jewellery Editor: As we share our memories of the late Queen Elizabeth II, which ten jewels from crowns to tiaras and brooches are most closely connected to her reign?

Queen Consort Camilla wore this jewellery piece in honour of the late Queen Elizabeth II

Marie Claire: As the world continues to mourn Queen Elizabeth II, members of her family are paying tribute to her in many different ways, including wearing items that meant a lot to her.

Kate and Meghan honour late Queen by wearing her jewellery for London coffin procession

Yahoo: Both the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Sussex honoured the late Queen during the ceremonial procession in London today by wearing her jewellery.

The Victoria & Albert Museum Appoints Emefa Cole As First Curator Of Diaspora Jewelry

Forbes: The world's leading museum of art and design, the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) in London, has named Ghanaian-born jeweler Emefa Cole as its inaugural curator for diaspora jewelry.

From shining pearls to glittering tiaras, a guide to Queen Elizabeth II’s jewellery collection

Metro: Queen Elizabeth II’s jewellery was a constant talking point.

Arrest after jewellery store break-in, Lyme Regis

Bridport News: A business owner has been left "devastated" after a thief made off with tens of thousands pounds worth of jewellery.

Meghan Markle wears pearl earrings gifted by the Queen for royal procession

Metro: As they take part in the Queen’s funeral procession today, the eyes of the world are on the Royal Family.

Vicenzaoro shines in Italy for gold and jewellery business

Exhibition World: With over a thousand brands in attendance, 35% from abroad, and 400 foreign buyers from more than 70 countries, Vicenzaoro September - The Jewellery Boutique Show is currently taking place at Italian Exhibition Group’s Expo Centre in Vicenza from 9-13 September.

Bulgari Serpenti Misteriosi High Jewellery: A Precious Snake That Cleopatra Would Have Loved

Quill and Pad: Jewelry watches, especially high jewelry models, rarely become icons. Their production numbers are often so limited, with many of them unique pieces, that they just don’t get enough attention to obtain this coveted status.

Jewellery pieces for the festive season

Lux Book: As we step into September one thing is certain, the festive season is almost upon us. The run-up to Diwali, Dusshera and weddings has already started creating a buzz in cities across India.

2022 Emmys: The Best Diamond Jewellery Looks

Natural Diamonds: The glamour of these natural diamond looks was second to none.

Goldsmith’s Fair celebrates 40 years with exhibition of 40 pieces of silver and jewellery

Antiques Gazette: As part of the next Goldsmith’s Fair this month 40 pieces from the Goldsmiths’ Company’s collection will be on display.

Jewellery Management Software Firm Acquisition Wins Deal Of The Month

Insider Media: The acquisition of a Norwich-based provider of jewellery management and point-of-sale (POS) software by ClearCourse has been named as Deal of the Month for August.

Chaumet’s nautical-inspired brooches, Louis Vuitton’s Empreinte collection, Fred’s Force 10 Color Crush bracelets and more

Prestige Online: This September, Mikimoto bucks tradition with its Passionir collection, Chaumet reimagines sailor tattoos as brooches and  Tiffany & Co. enters the world of NFTs.

Why do more jewellery watches feature mechanical movements, not just quartz? Richard Mille, Vacheron Constantin, Piaget, Van Cleef & Arpels and Chanel bring more complications to women’s timepieces

SCMP: Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Perpetual Calendar Ultra-thin, Richard Mille RM 07-01 Snow Set and Van Cleef & Arpels Lady Arpels Heures Florales are all among the new wave.

Tom Wood and Röyksopp’s new jewellery collection is music to our ears

Wallpaper: Tom Wood and music duo Röyksopp have collaborated on jewellery collection, Cage.

Introducing Aymer Maria and their Debut Jewellery Collection

Pause Magazine: Focusing her design language on ancient architecture in order to bring forth accessible art, London-based jewellery designer Ruth Aymer presents a strong design aesthetic through her West African heritage for her own label’s first collection.




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