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

Plans mooted for Jewellery Quarter incubator

The Business Desk: The Jewellery Quarter Development Trust (JQDT) has commissioned research and an options appraisal for a potential Jewellery Quarter Incubator to support growth of the jewellery and other creative industries in the area.

Watch: Thandie Dowery shares inspiration behind jewellery brand Nomi Handmade

Biz Community: Local designer Thandie Dowery credits her mother as the driving force that inspired her to launch her successful jewellery brand Nomi Handmade in 2015.

Jewellery Maker Pandora Goes Big on Lab-Made Diamonds With North American Launch

US News: Pandora, the world's largest jewellery maker, said on Tuesday it would move ahead with its bet on lab-made diamonds, following its announcement last year to stop selling mined diamonds.

3 Cool Jewellery Brands To Know About

Sheer Luxe: Here at SL, it’s our job to keep you in the know when it comes to the brands offering the latest cool and contemporary designs. From striking gold earrings to statement necklaces, here are three jewellery labels we’re loving right now.

The Womble economy: Meet the makers upcycling rubbish into profit

The Times: Like the children’s TV characters, entrepreneurs are turning rubbish into premium products for a new generation of eco-conscious shoppers.

This is Bella Hadid’s favourite jewellery brand, and it’s surprisingly affordable

Marie Claire: When we think about the best jewellery for women, a few brands come to mind. You can’t go wrong with a bit of Monica Vinader, in fact, it’s one of Kate Middleton’s favourite places to shop for jewellery.

These Are the Best Places to Buy Dazzling Lab-Grown Diamonds

Brides: Where to shop for stunning pieces, including Vrai, Brilliant Earth, and more.

Haute Joaillerie: Exclusive Editorial Featuring Tiffany & Co.’s New High Jewelry Collection, BOTANICA: Blue Book 2022

Haute Time: This summer, Tiffany & co. traveled to London to debut its new high jewelry collection, botanica: blue book 2022. Reimagining the house’s signature floral-inspired motifs through a contemporary kaleidoscope of new, unexpected gemstones and elaborate diamond florets, these rare pieces are the pinnacle of the house’s artistry and rich heritage.

David Webb’s Cheeky Animal Jewels Are Celebrated in a New Exhibit

Town and Country: The signature animals defined the social set in the 1960s.

World’s top jewellery maker Pandora ditches mined diamonds

Mining: Pandora, the world’s biggest jeweller, is launching a collection using exclusively lab-made diamonds in the US and Canada as part of the company’s strategy to eliminate mined gems and create more affordable products with less associated emissions.

How to buy vintage jewellery: our definitive guide

Harpers Bazaar: We speak to expert buyers about what to consider when purchasing classic jewels.

Tiffany and Co. Unveils Its First All-Gender Jewelry Collection, Tiffany Lock

Vogue: Some revolutions shatter boundaries with a crash and a bang; others arrive on tiptoe and, with a whisper, change the rules forever. Up until a very few years ago, a guy with a diamond Art Deco brooch winking from his black-tie ensemble would at least raise an eyebrow—and the fellow you went to high school with who has now paired his Hanes T-shirt with a single strand of pearls would elicit—well, if not a guffaw, at least a titter. But no longer.

Birmingham's School of Jewellery to host hit BBC TV show again

Express and Star: Birmingham City University’s School of Jewellery will once again provide the backdrop for the BBC’s popular talent seeking programme All That Glitters: Britain's Next Jewellery Star.

The thirteen most spectacular high jewellery necklaces for 2022

The Jewellery Editor: Cascades of yellow diamonds, juicy gemstones and the humble pebble: see our baker's dozen line up of  necklaces that made our high jewellery 2022 list.

Richemont, the Maker of Cartier Jewelery, Says Shareholders Should Vote Against the ... - Latest Tweet by Bloomberg

Latestly: The latest Tweet by Bloomberg states, 'Richemont, the maker of Cartier jewelery, says shareholders should vote against the appointment of Francesco Trapani to the board as he is too closely associated with arch rival LVMH ...'




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