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

Life on the farm inspires Ballymoney jewellery Kathryn Reid who has taken Tiktok by storm with her creations

Northern Ireland World: A jeweller from Ballymoney has taken inspiration from life on the farm to create a business which has skyrocketed after millions of people across the world began watching her videos on Tiktok.

Mariah Carey Is Decked Out in Butterfly Bling With Her New Chopard Collections

Elle: The pop icon has teamed up with the jewellery brand for two collections that are sure to set your heart aflutter.

Princess Kate’s Zara earrings have sold out: Here are 5 stunning similar pairs to get her BAFTA look

Hello: Missed out on Kate’s high-street hero? Fear not.

Mum quit her job after falling in love with new hobby

Liverpool Echo: Natalie is urging the people of Liverpool to get behind her.

The Edinburgh jewellers bringing your jewellery back to life

Edinburgh Live: Edinburgh Jewellery Repairs offers skilled repairs, restorations, remodelling and beautiful bespoke design

Jewellery event in North Berwick will showcase the art of stringing and rare black pearls

Scotsman: It’s been organised by a local expert.

What We Saw at London Fashion Week

NY Times: The most eye-catching shows, the biggest parties and the newest talents to watch. Here is what turned heads in London this season.

Silver jewellery takes on sensual forms in the Georg Jensen Arc collection

Wallpaper: Georg Jensen creative director Ragnar Hjartarson rethinks sculptural shapes in the new Arc pieces.

Cambodia: Stolen Angkorian crown jewellery resurfaces in London

BBC: A vast trove of Cambodia's Angkorian crown jewellery, some dating back to the 7th Century, resurfaced in London last summer, it has been revealed.

Shetland: Jewellery designer Karlin Anderson's return home pays off

Herald Scotland: A Shetland-born jewellery designer has been expanding her business after relocating it to the islands from London.

Jewellery label Aletheia & Phos inspired by Greek nostalgia and heritage

Greek Herald: Melbourne jewellery designer Alicia Millan recently sat down with Australian Fashion Journal to talk about the success and inspiration of her label Altheia & Phos.

All The Best Jewellery At The BAFTAS 2023

Vogue: The stars turned out in all their sparkling finery for the 76th BAFTA Awards at London’s Royal Festival Hall last night. Anya Taylor Joy delved into the Tiffany & Co. archive for her jewels, opting for a bold mid-century swirl of a diamond necklace.

The Most Jaw-Dropping Red Carpet Jewellery Of All Time

Vogue: Fashions change, but diamonds are forever – especially when it comes to red-carpet dressing. Without it, an outfit may look good, but nothing adds polish, finesse or glamour like lashings of precious stones.

Not just jewellery, lab grown diamonds used in satellites, computer chips too

Business Insider: Chennai, The global market for lab grown diamonds (LGD) that the Indian government has decided to focus on is expected to rise to $5 billion by 2025 and exceed $15 billion by 2023 from the $1 billion in 2020.

‘Structural, soft grunge’ jewellery brand SweetLimeJuice on its eclectic inspirations

Wallpaper: Discover the new jewellery collection from SweetLimeJuice.

The ‘90s Are Making A Comeback With Cord Necklaces

Elle: The boldest new jewellery trend on our radar.




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