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

New Jewels for the Modern Maharajah

Town and Country: Boucheron’s new high jewelry was inspired by their best male client.

Gems Aren’t Just for Your Fingers

NY Times: From sparkly pins to glittering skullcaps, jewelry for your hair is regaining popularity.

York based jewellery brand offers service to help keep engagement rings a secret

York Press: A jewellery brand based in York has launched a secret service engagement ring concierge to help its customers keep their engagement plans from getting out.

4th generation jeweller invests in 155 year old family business

Development Bank: Fourth generation jeweller Paul Howells has completed the refurbishment of his 155-year-old family business, bringing an adjoining retail outlet back to life and safeguarding four jobs in the market town of Haverfordwest.

Wrexham jeweller to shut after 87 years - and they're holding a £2m sale before they close

Daily Post: Waltons opened in the town in 1935 but are now closing their doors.

Rachael Blackmore models diamond jewellery to announce new Cheltenham Gold Cup sponsor

Mirror: Boodles will sponsor the Cheltenham Festival's feature race. Grand National-winning jockey Rachael Blackmore was pictured wearing the fine jewellery to mark the launch.

See The Paparazzi Exhibit At Bulgari’s New Museum Space In Rome

Forbes: While it’s more than half a century since Rome served as Hollywood on the Tiber, back in the mid-1900s as a twenty-something friend might say, a time when international stars, directors and European nobility mixed and mingled on the Via Veneto, escaped on yachts to Capri or Ischia when the temperatures soared, draped themselves in alta moda and fabulous jewels, and gave a sophisticated and glittering new sheen to post-war concepts of living very, very well.

Luxury High Jewelry Brand Messika Reveals Kendall Jenner As The New Face

Haute Times: Introducing one of the most iconic fashion duos right now: Kendall Jenner and Valérie Messika. This week, luxury high jewelry brand Messika announced Kendall Jenner as the new face by unveiling its latest campaign shot in the South of France by renowned photographer Chris Colls.

These ethical pieces from Brilliant Earth help you layer your jewelry in a way that’s true to you

CNN: People have been wearing jewelry since the dawn of civilization, and yet there’s always a way to make a look your own. Take the layering trend, for example; by combining a few special pieces, you can revamp and elevate your style in a way that’s totally unique to you. This year, Brilliant Earth is here to help you do just that.

Italy's former royals demand the return of £250million crown jewels that were confiscated when the country abolished its monarchy because it backed fascists

Daily Mail: Italy's former royal family have demanded the return of their crown jewels, believed to be worth £250million, that were taken away from them when the country abolished its monarchy.

Descendants of Italy’s last king attempt to reclaim crown jewels

The Guardian: Items have been in storage since 1946, when Umberto II was banished as Italians voted to abolish monarchy.

Louis Vuitton celebrates its ateliers and artisans in chic new tome

Wallpaper: Louis Vuitton Manufactures, published by Assouline, explores the French maison’s craftsmanship through specially commissioned photography.

Crown jewels: The best men’s jewellery brands to know now

Luxury London: The first rule of modern men’s jewellery: there are no rules.

How to transform your unworn jewellery into something you love

Harpers Bazaar: We present a complete guide to repurposing heirlooms or old favourites.

Signet rings: bold jewellery designs win seal of approval across the sexes

FT: With space and scope for showy decorations, this traditional men’s piece is increasingly popular with women, too.

Kate Middleton & Queen wear 'beautiful' pearls - 'must-have fashion accessory of the rich'

Express: The Royal Family are known for having an extensive jewellery collection that dates back centuries. But do they keep up to date with all the upcoming jewellery trends?

Jewelry trends 2022—the prettiest pieces to add to your collection

Woman and Home: The key jewelry trends 2022 to add to your collection, as chosen by a fashion expert...

Turkish jewellers bring shades of Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar to London

FT: A younger generation from Turkey is modernising and expanding its family businesses internationally.




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