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

Bling ring: the ultimate versatile jewellery

FT: A party jacket is a bespoke gem-set jewel that can transform a treasured solitaire, giving it extra sparkle — and a new lease of life.


Jewellery preservation — handle with care

FT: Conservator Katrina Redman saves jewels in danger of deterioration at the V&A.

Jewellery by artists from Picasso to Grayson Perry reaches new heights

FT: Often overlooked as a minor part of their practice, jewels are attracting major market attention.

Bvlgari unveils its precious Garden of Eden

OI Canadian: Ahead of the schedule of other jewelry houses, Bvlgari chose Paris in early June to unveil its Haute Joaillerie collection.

Maison Mazerea Unveils The ‘Grace Diamond’ In Honor Of Princess Grace Of Monaco

Forbes: Maison Mazerea, a new luxury diamond brand, has dedicated a unique one-of-a-kind fancy colored diamond in honor of Princess Grace of Monaco.

With Hemmerle’s New Infused Jewels Collection, You Can Stop & Smell the Tanzanite

Town and Country: Seriously.

Chanel boutique reopens its doors in Paris

Wallpaper: The Chanel boutique at 18 Place Vendôme is dedicated exclusively to watches and jewellery.

5 Things To Know About Cartier’s Globetrotting High Jewellery Presentation in Madrid

Vogue: In 1904, King Alfonso XIII of Spain granted a royal warrant to Cartier, the same year as Britain’s King Edward VII.

Christie’s Paris ‘Jewellery Talents Of Today’ Shows Contemporary Art Jewelry Alongside Vintage Gems

Forbes: The Jewellery Talents of Today showcase opens today at Christie's Paris, featuring five exceptional independent jewelry designers, as part of the Joaillerie Paris Online sale.

Diamonds Are Forever: Tiffany & Co Is Celebrating Its 185-Year-Old Heritage With An Exhibition In London

Outlook India: If you are going to be in London anytime soon, don't miss the exhibition by iconic luxury jeweller Tiffany & Co. On display will be over 400 objects from their heritage collection.

Chaumet’s New Botanical Exhibition Goes Back To The House’s Green-Fingered Roots

Vogue: We tend to think of “slashie culture” – the trend for juggling multiple careers or interests which has spawned everything from models-slash-actors to pop stars-slash-podcasters – as a uniquely millennial phenomenon.

Butterfly jewellery and rainbow gems — summer's hottest jewellery trends you need to try

Vogue: Elevate your mood and style this summer with these jewellery must-haves.

Art of Fashion: jewellery

FT: Our annual look at the finely worked metals and gemstones that are not only beautiful to behold and to shoot — as seen in our sneak peek of Louis Vuitton’s high jewellery collection — but also increasingly vital for luxury businesses.

Jewellery that is all smiles

FT: Celebrate 50 years of the iconic smiley face with cheerful rings and dazzling necklaces.

Liv Luttrell’s jewellery drapes like fabric across the body

Wallpaper: Liv Luttrell’s new fine jewellery mixes metals and finishes for a temptingly tactile collection.

Y2K personal style makes a comeback in jewellery

FT: Baby, one more time — but are you ready for the return of belly, septum and eyebrow piercings?

The Graffabulous high jewellery collection by Graff is a tour de force in design, craftsmanship and gem selection

Prestige Online: For over half a century, Graff has been synonymous with the finest and most extraordinary gemstones.




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