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

Why ‘Slow Jewellery’ Is The Next Big Trend

The Times: Nothing beats a piece designed and made by the same jeweller. Wish lists at the ready …

Coventry school crowned winners of community engagement award

In Your Area: The school were praised for their work on inter-faith education and collaboration.

A precious jewel of an advent calendar

New Post Leader: Imagine opening the window of your advent calendar in the run-up to Christmas and instead of finding a chocolate you find a precious gem.

Chester mum and daughter set up independent jewellery brand with a difference

Chester Standard: A new independent jewellery brand which focuses on ethical sourcing and production has been set up by a mother and daughter in Chester.

Behind the Scenes of Louis Vuitton’s New High Jewelry Collection

Vanity Fair: Francesca Amfitheatrof, artistic director of watches and jewelry, takes her inspiration from the origin story of the brand’s founder, who walked across France to pursue his dreams.

Parisian Jeweler Lydia Courteille Upcycles Vintage Gold And Stones Into Unique Contemporary Creations

Forbes: It has become more obvious than ever in recent years just how precious our planet is, including the treasured gems produced by the earth’s constant geological movements that may have taken billions of years to form.

More is more jewels inspired by the epic 80s

Tatler: Forget minimalism. With party season approaching, it’s time to dial up the glamour.

10 fine jewellery pieces you’ll want on your Christmas list

Tatler: From Jessica McCormack to Tiffany & Co, look no further than here.

This British Jeweller Is Selling An Advent Calendar For £20,000

Independent: The contents of the luxury advent calendar amount to £24,070.

This Is The Cool-Girl Way To Wear Jewellery This Party Season

Vogue: One of the coolest women working in jewellery has been hiding in plain sight. Ilaria Icardi, a fashion designer by trade, cut her teeth at Yves Saint Laurent, under Stefano Pilati and Tom Ford, before Phoebe Philo plucked her from the atelier floor to work at Céline.

She Turned Her Leather Heritage Into a Jewelry Line

NY Times: Maria Sole Ferragamo, one of Salvatore Ferragamo’s granddaughters, creates sculptural designs out of scraps.

The Jewelry on Every Cool Girl’s Wish List

Harpers Bazaar: A dazzling gift from the B.zero1 collection is what every fashion trailblazer wants this year.

Heady Jewels to Keep the Holiday Season Bright

NY Times: Whether pear-shaped or pavé, set in platinum or gold, diamonds bring radiance to even the darkest winters.




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