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

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide: The Best Ethical And Eco-Friendly Jewelry

Forbes: Jewelry is a classic choice for a Valentine’s Day gift, but it will mean even more if it’s eco-friendly and produced ethically. In fact, if you have someone difficult to shop for this Valentine’s Day, gifting a unique jewelry piece that was produced with fair labor and sustainable environmental practices is a way to win instant points.

Chanel marks 90 years of high jewellery with new 1932 collection

The National News: The maison is paying tribute to the pathbreaking designs of its founder.

Jewellery helps Richemont sales jump amid post-pandemic luxury revival

Reuters: Strong demand for its jewellery and watches in the Americas and Europe in a post-pandemic rebound helped quarterly sales at Cartier owner Richemont rise by nearly a third, the world's second-largest luxury group said on Wednesday.

Australian jeweller named for international ‘tradie Olympics’

Jeweller Magazine: West Australian apprentice jeweller Charles Farrar has been named as a top competitor in the 46th WorldSkills International competition in Shanghai, China scheduled for October.

The go-to Sheffield silversmith who works magic in a graffiti covered building

The Star: Hidden on a back street in Sheffield city centre, is a graffiti covered building which looks like it has been abandoned. But there’s magic inside here and the first clue is the scrawl on the wall.

Art Association teaches anyone to give it a try

J H News and Guide: Adult classes are filling up fast as COVID-weary people search for creative outlets.

The Manchester Designer creating Maximalist Jewellery for 90s and 00s Babes

Manchesters Finest: Sinead Flood, AKA July Child Jewellery, has created a brand that embodies everything great about childhood - endless amounts of sweets, saturated cartoons and a no rule innocence.

When High Jewellery Meets Lab-Grown Diamonds

BoF: Former executives from Harry Winston and Cartier are betting on recycled gold and lab-grown diamonds to revive a 160 year-old Paris jeweller favoured by Empress Eugénie and Anna Wintour.

Eight tell-tale signs they could be about to propose

Halifax Courier: Millions of people will be hoping that 2022 is their year and that their loved one is planning to propose to them.

18 Valentine's Day Jewellery Gifts That Are Anything But Cliché

Elle: Subtle or statement, the choice is yours.

Sotheby’s to auction 555.55-carat “extraterrestrial” black diamond

Jeweller Magazine: A 555.55-carat rare and “out of this world” black diamond will be placed on the auction block in London by Sotheby’s next month, which is expected to fetch around £5 million ($AU9.46 million).

A closer look at the rings in the Sixième Sens par Cartier High Jewellery collection

Prestige Online: Each piece from the Sixième Sens par Cartier High Jewellery collection is created with superlative savoir faire. Allyson Klass discovers the exquisite gems and intricate techniques behind three extraordinary rings in this exclusive feature.

Is your RAT kit the new ‘It’ jewellery?

Hindustan Times: After ‘mask earrings’ and ‘microbe danglers’, experts wonder if antigen test jewellery is the next bizarre trend in a pandemic-stricken world.

8 Asymmetrical Jewellery Pieces to Add to Your Collection

Prestige Online: Bold, edgy, and eye-catching, asymmetrical jewellery is on the rise. Unveil a new side to your style persona through these statement pieces — ensembles that are bound to make an impression.

Chanel marks 90 years of high jewellery with heavenly new necklace

Wallpaper: The ‘Allure Céleste’ necklace nods to Gabrielle Chanel’s favourite celestial design codes.

Gemstones are woven into diaphanous mesh in Boghossian’s groundbreaking high jewellery

Wallpaper: The new Boghossian ‘Diaphane Mesh’ collection brings an innovative technicality to jewellery design.

Silver jewellery is on the rise, and it’s already proving to be a fashion favourite

Stylist: Goodbye, gold! Sales of sterling silver jewellery are spiking, and when it looks this good – is it any wonder?

Jewellery Designer Sparks Debate After Claiming Engagement Rings Should Not Be A ‘Surprise’

Independent: ‘Yes! Normalise picking your ring if you want something specific,’ one viewer writes.

Why should jewellery have a gender anyway?

Livemint: A selection of edgy, gender-fluid jewellery that can be worn by anyone with a sense of beauty and fun.




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