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

30 Jewellery Companies to Watch in 2022

Techround: With the effects of the pandemic still prevalent for many businesses and startups, the team at TechRound thought it was important to recognise those in the fashion industry creating beautiful, unique and timeless products during February with the month being internationally renowned for fashion.

Jiamini’s powerful jewellery pieces celebrate the strength of Kenyan women

Wallpaper: Jennifer Mulli, creative director and founder of Jiamini, brings a modern take to Kenyan artisanal jewellery.

Bold in gold: the ‘knuckle-duster’ rings that help women pack a punch

The Times: As a 25-year-old aspiring jewellery designer, Hannah Mossman Moore became the target of a wealthy and determined stalker. At the time, she was designing dainty rings dotted with 1mm sapphires but her work began to evolve into massive, angular rocks that made her feel empowered during four years of harassment.

A Former Cartier Exec Is Reviving One of France’s Most Historic Jewelers

Robb Report: Frédéric de Narp is using lab-grown diamonds to bring back Oscar Massin.

A rundown of the January 2022 High Jewellery collections

The Jewellery Editor: A to Z from Boucheron to Tasaki:  the most striking jewels presented by 12 exclusive jewellery...

Scarlett Johansson becomes the first celebrity ambassador for David Yurman jewelry as she says it's a 'natural fit'

Daily Mail: Blonde bombshell Scarlett Johansson has become a jewelry model this year. The Marriage Story actress is the first female celebrity spokesperson for the high end jewelry company David Yurman that was launched in the 1980s and is best known for its signature twisted silver designs.

Cult Jewelry Line Foundrae Launches A Joyful New Collection

Vogue: When Beth Bugdaycay cofounded the fine jewelry company Foundrae with her husband in 2015, she knew what she didn’t want: run-of-the-mill chains and charms, drippy and dull—things you could pick up anywhere.

Blak jewellery on display at Koorie Heritage Trust

NIT: Eleven Victorian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and designers have been participating in the first year of the Koorie Heritage Trust’s inaugural Blak Design program.

Susan hopes her art exhibition will help inspire others

Shorpshire Star: Susan, aged 72, lives near Market Drayton, has just launched a month-long exhibition in the town which includes 32 items of a varied collection that she has built up especially for the occasion.

From Necklaces To Sunglasses, Here Are The Best Accessories Of Fall 2022

Elle: Is there such a thing as too many accessories?

The Hottest Jewelry Trends for 2022

Vogue: 6 reasons to shop now.

This Rare Blue Diamond Could Be the Most Expensive Jewel Sold at Auction

Town and Country: It's worth more than a Botticelli painting.

Tatler's Jewellery Editor presents the most dazzling pieces of High Jewellery from Paris Couture week

Tatler: 10 of the most fabulous pieces you'll see this year.

Chopard acquires a new collection of the world’s rarest gems

Harpers Bazaar: Including the 6,226-carat rough emerald everyone is talking about.

Rings For Valentine’s Day

Vanity Fair: Dare to dream.

Archaeologists uncover treasures of ancient mausoleum that could have been home to the largest illegal silversmithing site in Roman Britain

Daily Mail: Ancient crypt with largest illegal silversmithing site in Britain has been found.

Khaite And Elhanati’s Jewellery Collab Is Made For Minimalists

Vogue: Catherine Holstein’s ready-to-wear collections for Khaite are inherently minimalist. But when embellishment does feature, it’s typically sparkly.

The sublime shapes of Cartier’s high jewellery

Prestige Online: Ashowcase of lines and forms fusing harmoniously as one, these striking high jewellery creations by Cartier are as entrancing as the coloured gems that adorn them.




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