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

London Craft Week Announces 2023 Programme

Arts and Collections: London Craft Week (LCW) returns for its ninth edition with a rich and varied programme of events taking place across the capital from 8th-14th May.

London Craft Week: the most luxurious craft fair in the world

The Times: This gathering of extraordinary artisans selling their work takes place from May 8-14 at various locations across the capital.

What to see at London Craft Week, from Westwood archives to Loewe prize winners

Fashion United: From May 8 to 14, London Craft Week (LCW) will return to the capital for its ninth edition, boasting a programme of over 700 established and emerging makers and designers from around the world.

Digital-first jeweller sparkles with £3.5m investment

Business Cloud: Taylor & Hart is one of the first jewellery companies globally to use blockchain to enable customers to track the diamond’s journey.

Lynette Ong Shares Her Inspirations

Vanity Fair: Step inside the world of the Edge of Ember founder, who quit her job in finance to launch a jewellery business.

An It-girl approved jewellery designer explains how to make your jewellery last longer

Hello Magazine: Alexis Karides, co-founder of YSSO talks all things sustainability...

Why jewellers have a case of the blues

FT: Soothing sapphires, tanzanites and tourmalines prevail in the latest high-jewellery collections.

King Charles’ coronation cross will have shards from Christ’s crucifixion

Ny Post: Small fragments of wood believed to have been from the cross on which Jesus was crucified will be incorporated into King Charles’ coronation.

Official jewellery gifts to royals worth £80m are not in national collection

The Guardian: Palace refusing to explain why official state gifts worn by Princess of Wales and Camilla are not in the royal collection.

Jewellery worth hundreds of millions in the king’s private collection

The Guardian: Guardian investigation estimates Charles has inherited gems worth at least £533m from the queen.

The Cross of Wales will lead Coronation procession

Church in Wales: The Cross of Wales, a new processional cross presented by His Majesty King Charles III as a centenary gift to the Church in Wales, will lead the Coronation procession at Westminster Abbey on 6 May.

Pope Francis gifts relics from the True Cross to King Charles III for the Coronation

CBCEW: Pope Francis has gifted a relic of the True Cross to His Majesty King Charles III. It will be incorporated into the newly-made Cross of Wales which will lead the Coronation procession at Westminster Abbey on Saturday, 6 May.

King Charles' Coronation Cross Includes Wood from Jesus' 'True Cross' — a Gift from Pope Francis

People: The Cross of Wales, which will lead the coronation procession at Westminster Abbey on May 6, incorporates a relic of the cross on which Jesus was crucified.

Pope gives King 'relic of True Cross' to mark Coronation

The Tablet: The Cross of Wales is blessed by Archbishop of Wales Andrew John during a service at Holy Trinity Church in Llandudno, north Wales.

£3.5 billion worth of jewels will be used at King Charles III's coronation

Hello Magazine: Jewellery experts at Steven Stone estimated the value of the coronation crown jewels that will be used on May 6. And it is utterly eye-watering...

What are the Crown Jewels?

Royal Central: The Crown Jewels are the most sacred and special jewellery and regalia at the disposal of the monarch, and they are stored permanently at the Tower of London unless otherwise needed for state occasions, such as a coronation.

The priceless jewellery Queen Camilla may wear to the Coronation

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

The Round Up: Two-Tone Jewellery

SheerLux: Be it dainty or chunky – mixed metal jewellery is everywhere right now. From intertwined rings to intricate twist details, here are some of our favourite pieces…

Cartier Brings 300 Jewellery Treasures in New Hong Kong Palace Museum Exhibit

Prestige Online: Men may have been the first to wear jewellery, but women have certainly carried them through the eras in an intimate relationship examined at the Hong Kong Palace Museum in the exhibition Cartier and Women, which opens this month.

POST EDIT: Cartier jewellery show in Hong Kong celebrates women’s role and influence throughout the brand’s history

SCMP: ‘Cartier and Women’, a new exhibition at the Hong Kong Palace Museum, features about 300 pieces dating as far back as the 19th century.

LVMH acquires French manufacturer of fine jewelry, Platinum Invest

Fashion United: While it has just announced that it has exceeded 21 billion euros in turnover in the first quarter, the luxury giant LVMH is continuing its investment path in the jewellery sector with the acquisition of the French group Platinum Invest.




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