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News Edit: 19 January 2024

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





York jewellery designer ripped off by scammers to appear on national TV

Tork Mix: A designer from near York will appear on a consumer TV show next week after her work was ripped off and sold on auction sites.

York jewellery designer on TV show to highlight how her work is copied

Yahoo: A York creator of handmade jewellery will appear on a BBC show on Monday warning of the dangers of counterfeit products.

The gleaming jewellery of the 2024 Emmy Awards

Vogue: See all the best jewellery from the 2024 Emmy Awards, from a showstopper Schlumberger design by Tiffany & Co. to mixed and matched diamond sets.

5 Best Winter Jewelry Trends That Are Ridiculously Cool

Cosmopolitan: Lemme upgrade ya.

Archaeologists announce discovery of Anglo-Saxon cemetery with bodies and treasures dating back 1,500 years

ABS News: One of the most notable discoveries was the burial of a teenage girl and child.

The most spectacular jewellery moments from the 2024 Golden Globes

Harpers Bazaar: From Selena Gomez in Bulgari to America Ferrera in Harry Winston and Florence Pugh in Tiffany & Co.

As Alighieri Turns 10, Rosh Mahtani Talks Classic Jewellery & Being Perfectly Imperfect

Vogue: Hatton Garden’s bright spark is carving out a new path for her jewellery brand’s next chapter.

Jewellery Watches Will Be Everywhere In 2024

Vogue: From the return of the jewellery watch to the perfect engagement gift for a lucky groom, these four watch trends will be key in 2024, says British Vogue’s luxury editor, Milena Lazazzera.

Olive Rose jewellery in Taunton celebrates first birthday

Somerset Gazette: A handmade contemporary jewellery shop based in Taunton’s Independent Quarter will soon celebrate its first birthday.

Shropshire jeweller set to sparkle after launching new business

Shropshire Star: A Much Wenlock woman is fulfilling her dream after launching her own jewellery business.

Iris van Herpen: Sculpting the Senses - Women in Art, Design and Architecture

TL Magazine: The Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris pays tribute to fashion designer Iris van Herpen with Sculpting the Senses, an extensive exhibition featuring over 100 haute couture pieces. The exhibition is on view now through April 28, 2024.

In Her Own Words: Jill Johnson’s jewelry is ‘Awe Inspired’

BIZ Journals: Marrying products with causes is a strong marketing approach, but Jill Johnson takes it to another level, using gemstones to promote activism.

The gilded age: A deep dive into the comeback of yellow gold

Prestige Online: Deemed the purest expression of the precious metal, yellow gold sees a renewed popularity.

Six student jewellery designs that have a function beyond aesthetics

Dezeen: Dezeen School Shows: for this roundup of student projects, we've picked six jewellery designs featured in Dezeen School Shows that have additional functions.

Newport set to welcome a new independent shop to high street

Shropshire Star: Newport is set to welcome a new independent shop to the high street with its owner saying the move is a 'dream come true'.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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