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A round up of this week's national and international jewellery news...

Discover the wondrous world of Karina Choudhrie Jewels

The Jewellery Editor: We reveal the work of Karina Choudhrie Jewels that ranges from fantastical ocean-inspired masterpieces to the chic everyday Vitamin Pink jewels.

Holly Tupper’s ‘Cultus Artem’ Jewels Look Chic At Paris Fashion Week

Forbes: How many independent jewelers who dream of creating fragrance and skincare ranges to complete their collections succeed? Goldsmith/designer/perfumer Holly Tupper is one of those fortunate few.

The Mysterious True Story Behind Italy’s Hidden Royal Jewels

Vogue: Where are Italy’s Royal Jewels hidden and why they have not been seen since 1946.

Boodles: Demand for the most expensive jewellery helps sales pass £100m

City AM: Demand for the most expensive luxury jewellery helped sales pass £100m at Boodles during its latest financial year.

Louis Vuitton’s High-Concept High Jewelry Collection Rocks

Forbes: Louis Vuitton’s new high jewelry collection is called Deep Time, as a tribute to the formation of the universe and the diamonds and metals that are mined from the earth to create the foundations of fine jewelry.

Van Cleef & Arpels invites you to its “Precious Nature” exhibition at Raffles Hotel Arcade

Prestige Online: The “Precious Nature” exhibition is Van Cleef & Arpels’ first showcase at its new “Les Jardins Secrets” boutique at Raffles Hotel Singapore.

Hermès Celebrates Its Iconic Chaîne d’ancre With A Special Exhibition In Singapore

Harpers Bazaar: Logos and icons are more than just a design element for luxury brands, they are a testament to the House’s artistry and heritage.

Are Hair Designs The New Tiaras?

Luxus Plus: Hair ornaments are increasingly present in haute joaillerie collections.

Lustre for life – the Huguenot refugees whose silver still shines

Apollo: In July 2013, Christie’s put up for sale what it described as ‘the most important silver coffee-pot ever to come to the market’.

A look at the jewellery finalists from the Loewe Craft Prize 2024

Vogue: Ever a source for fascinating artisanal creations the world over, the Loewe Craft Prize is one to watch for truly unique ideas.

Misho is the unabashed Indian brand melding modern architecture and jewellery together

Vogue: Lauded for its clean lines and bold geometric shapes, Misho has caught the eye of media and celebrities all around the world.

Rachel Boston on chunky charms and offbeat jewellery design

Wallpaper: Jewellery designer Rachel Boston says her chunky charms are ‘simple designs, made bold and interesting by their scale’.

Anissa Kermiche doesn’t care about looking effortless

Harpers Bazaar: “This whole obsession about looking like you didn’t try, I think it’s quite rude, actually. I like people to think I made an effort for them”

"Subtle luxury" defines Shoreditch jewellery store by Hollie Bowden Interiors

Dezeen: Interior design studio Hollie Bowden Interiors has created fine jeweller Rachel Boston's flagship store and showroom in London.

Why didn't Stüssy's first jewellery collection happen sooner?

GQ: Better late than never.

‘If I hadn’t stood up, the safe door would have crushed me’ – the atelier caught in the Beirut explosion

Nada Ghazal’s jewellery shop was destroyed in the Beirut explosion – now she is relocating to London


Rebecca van Rooijen


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