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

Meghan Markle wore £17 earrings from American female jewellery designer for Invictus Games

Daily Mail: Meghan Markle is known for her love of expensive and personalised jewellery - but yesterday, the Duchess appeared to take a new approach to her accessory selection.

From Jackie Kennedy’s Watch To Princess Diana’s Cross Pendant, Inside Kim Kardashian’s Museum-Worthy Jewellery Collection

Vogue: It seems that Kim Kardashian has flown all the way to Tokyo in order to get her hands on the dazzling diamond and gemstone necklace from Chanel’s spring/summer 1995 collection, complete with interlocking Cs and tear-drop pearls, that features in Greta Gerwig’s record-breaking Barbie movie.

A new guard is carving out space among Place Vendôme’s jewellery stalwarts

Vogue Business: The slew of new Parisian jewellery brands have emerged in recent years in the vicinity of the famous square — home to Cartier, Bulgari and Chanel. Can they scale?

G7 governments to announce bans on Russian diamond imports

FT: Proposals would reshape global market for the precious stones, but implementation will divide industry.

Van Cleef & Arpels brings the myths of the Black Forest to life in its high jewellery

Wallpaper:The Grand Tour inspires the new Van Cleef & Arpels high jewellery collection.

Van Cleef & Arpels takes a Grand Tour of high jewellery

Wallpaper: Van Cleef & Arpels presents a new high jewellery collection inspired by the traditional Grand Tour around Europe.

Men’s Jewellery to Take Centre Stage at Sotheby’s Unique Exhibition

GIEPC: The arc lights will soon focus on the world of men’s jewellery. Yes, you heard it right! In a groundbreaking move, Sotheby’s is set to showcase men’s jewellery in a unique selling exhibition, which will delve into the evolution of men’s jewellery, spanning from the mid-19th century to the present day.

All The Most Beautiful Jewellery From SS24 Fashion Month

Elle: The earrings, necklaces and bracelets we can't stop thinking about from New York Fashion Week.

The city of love is becoming enamoured with lab-grown diamonds

The Times: Lab-grown diamonds are enjoying success in the US, where they are popular for engagement rings. They are booming in India, too, which is exporting them in ever greater quantities.

Creating the next Cartier: Indian jewellers can aim for a $30-billion opportunity with some branding

Economic Times: A mention of exquisite jewellery conjures up images of Cartier, Bvlgari and Chopard in one’s mind. An Indian global brand is not a top recall.

Christie's to Auction Rare Rothschild Jewelry

Town and Country Magazine: Come October, a selection of pendants and jewels dating all the way back to the 16th century will be auctioned at Christie's New York.

Wallace Chan's fine jewellery butterflies sparkle in London

The National News: The Wheel of Time, on display at Christie's, marks the artist's largest exhibition in Europe.

Why the horseshoe is the must-have charm of the moment

The Times: Saddle up! The horseshoe is your good-luck talisman for autumn.

The unsolved mystery surrounding Chester's most prolific family of silversmiths

Cheshire Live: The mystery relates to rare 18th century pieces made by the family which are going on display at the Grosvenor Museum.

Craft village preserves art of silversmithing

Vietnam Net: Renowned for its rich tradition of high craftsmanship, Dinh Cong silvercraft village has thrived for 1,500 years. However, it now faces the challenge of disappearing.




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