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

London jeweller Vashi goes bust

Standard: Vashi has four jewellery stores in London.

Top entrepreneurs and financiers caught up in collapse of luxury jeweller Vashi

Sky: A co-founder of Pret a Manger and the entrepreneur behind the shirtmaker Charles Tyrwhitt are among the prominent names who poured funding into Vashi, the bespoke jewellery retailer which has called in liquidators, Sky News learns.

Shine comes off luxury jeweller Vashi as it calls in liquidators

Sky: Insolvency practitioners from Teneo Restructuring were appointed this week following the tabling of a winding-up petition by Canary Wharf Group, one of its retail landlords, Sky News learns.

BBC talent show axed after two series as fans left devastated

Birmingham Mail: Broadcasters have decided not to renew the show which was hosted by Katherine Ryan.

A Silversmith Who ‘Wields That Hammer Like a Magic Wand’

NY Times: With thousands of strikes from tools of various sizes, Ndidi Ekubia shapes highly textured yet functional cups, bowls and vases.

The Zambian tribes producing Bond Street stones

The Times: Jessica Diamond on the new ethical mines supplying the world’s most covetable aquamarines.

Why Aluminium Jewellery Is An Affordable And Eco-Friendly Substitute For Gold

News 18: Fashion trends are constantly evolving and changing, influenced by a variety of factors such as cultural movements, technological advancements, and economic conditions.

'Evil eye' jewelry that was used to protect a young girl 1,800 years ago is unveiled in Israel

NBC News: Golden jewelry meant to protect young girls in Roman times on their journey to the afterlife has been put on display 50 years after the discovery in Jerusalem.

Rare pink diamond considered to be the 'most valuable and vivid' of its kind is expected to fetch over $35MILLION at Sotheby's New York auction

Daily Mail: Sotheby's in New York claims a pink diamond of 'unparalleled color and brightness' that may be the most valuable and vivid of its type could sell at auction for over $35million when it goes up for bids in June.

Online jeweller The Diamond Store aims to sparkle with sale plan

Sky: An online diamonds retailer set up in 2006 has hired finnCap Cavendish, the investment bank, to oversee an auction, Sky News understands.

India archive reveals extent of ‘colonial loot’ in royal jewellery collection

The Guardian: File from India Office archive details how priceless items were extracted from colony as trophies of conquest.

Ethica Diamonds, Cornwall beats Pandora and Tiffany in ethical rating

Falmouth packet: A jewellery business in Cornwall is "thrilled" after being awarded the top position in the recent Jewellery Ethical Ratings - beating the likes of well-known brands such as Tiffany & Co, Pandora and Michael Kors.

Complete guide to the Crown Jewels to feature in King Charles’s Coronation

Telegraph: From the Sovereign’s Orb to the Coronation Spurs, invaluable regalia will be on display - but the purpose of all of them remains a mystery.

The priceless jewellery Queen Camilla may wear to the Coronation

Telegraph: From the Coronation necklace to the Queen Consort's ring, many invaluable pieces will be on display at Westminster Abbey.

London jewellery brand shines bright with £3.5m investment to expand digital capacity

B Daily: A London based jewellery business has announced it has raised £3.5m to bring its bespoke, ethically sourced engagement rings to consumers around the world.




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