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News Edit: 20 August 2023

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

British Museum: Theft Thought To Be An Inside Job

Artlyst: The British Museum has sacked a staff member after gold, jewellery, and semi-precious gems disappeared from one of the museum’s storage lock-ups. Several items were either “missing, stolen or damaged”.

'Embarrassed' British Museum forced to ramp up security after 'inside job' jewellery thief

Express: It may be one of the world's most respected museums, but experts are saying its bosses must be red-faced.

British Museum staff member dismissed

Daily Mail: as gold, jewellery and semi-precious gems dating back to the 15th century BC are found 'missing, stolen or damaged' from collection - bosses vow to find treasures but say recovery will be a 'painstaking job'

British Museum's priceless artefacts stolen in 'inside job'

Telegraph: Race against time as detectives search for irreplaceable missing pieces before they are smuggled out of the country.

LSA For Local: Shristi Ghunawat on how Tangerine’s green jewellery redefines luxury

Lifestyle Asia: In an exclusive conversation with Lifestyle Asia India, Shristi Ghunawat shares what makes her brand Tangerine special.

Lily Arkwright designs Lionesses’ World Cup Winners’ Ring

Lucire: NEWS A one-off ring featuring trillion-cut diamonds, asscher-cut sapphires and aqua spinels has been created in tribute of the English side at the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Meghan Markle sparks controversy by wearing lab-grown diamonds during Royal trip

Daily Times: During her visit to the Royal landscapes, Meghan Markle boldly made a statement by accessorising her outfits with elegant lab-grown diamond jewellery.

Scrap hated tourist tax to give the High Street a desperately needed boost, says jeweller Pandora

This is Money: Pandora said scrapping the tourist tax would be a salve for the High Street as it battles the cost-of-living crisis and train strikes.

Pandora Lifts Outlook as Jeweller Pushes Lab-Grown Diamonds

BoF: Pandora A/S raised its revenue forecast on strong demand as the Danish jewellery chain expands sales of lab-grown diamonds, aiming to popularise the cheaper alternatives to mined gems.

The Top Jewellery Trends for Fall-Winter 2023-2024, According to 5 Canadian Designers

Elle Cananda: All that glitters.




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