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

Why Jewellery’s Diversity Problem Is So Hard to Fix

BoF: The industry is reckoning with a lack of opportunities for Black designers. But change comes slow in a world where money and connections often determine who has access to precious stones.

In Conversation With Taiwanese Jewelry Designer Anna Hu

Forbes: New York-based, Taiwanese independent jewelry artist Anna Hu is leading the way in nature-inspired looks that speak of the preciousness of gemstones from the depths of the earth.

Royal Jeweller Garrard at centre of new Kensington Palace exhibition

Royal Central: In a new exhibition at Kensington Palace, the popular royal jeweller Garrard is taking centre stage in a new display in the palace’s jewel room. The exhibit is set to explore the relationship between the famed jeweller and the British Royal Family over time.

The jeweller and miner setting a new gold standard

FT: Emefa Cole and Dan Betts have joined forces to make jewellery production as clean as can be.

Ana Khouri Transforms a Chest of Drawers Into an Exquisite New Jewelry Collection

Town and Country: The one-of-a-kind pieces are crafted entirely of rare Brazilian rosewood—and are currently on view at Sotheby's New York.

How a historic craft has made a Sheffield dad and daughter the business

The Star: Bang. Crash. Wallop. A drop hammer descends from above, landing precisely on a piece of silver. This is where traditional meets contemporary in a silversmiths’ workshop in Sheffield.

Goldsmiths unveils new shop design in Churchill Square Shopping Centre in Brighton

Brighton and Hove: The Brighton outlet is only the third of Goldsmiths' new concept showrooms to open, with the Jewellery retailer already opening outlets in Reading and Canterbury during October.

27 Questions: Nicholas Chow, founder of 5 + 2 / Weekdays and Weekends sustainable jewellery

Life Style Asia: Hong Kong is a place brimming with talented and intriguing people. In our weekly 27 Questions column, we get up close and personal with the city’s notable personalities, learning about their whims and aversions, pivotal life moments, and hopes and dreams — all in roughly the same duration of a casual speed date.

Discover these fun and colourful jewellery pieces

Wallpaper: Boulo brings colourful jewellery to vivid life in a sparkling new collection.

Matilde Mourinho wants to change the perception of lab-grown diamonds

Harpers Bazaar: The jewellery designer talks to us about building a sustainable brand that breaks down traditional barriers.




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