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

Federal Govt And MinDiver Train More Nigerians In Jewellery Production For Value Addition, Job Creation

Leadership: Nigeria’s natural minerals have always attracted low prices due to the failure to process them into finished products. SILAS EZEUGWU reports that the federal government, through the MinDiver Project, is taking steps to reverse this trend by graduating the second batch of young Nigerians trained in the craft of jewellery making.

“I’m still googling how to run a business”: How Nikki Kelly took her jewellery label to $2.5 million turnover

Smart Company: It’s been six years since Nikki Kelly set out to start her handcrafted personalised jewellery label, Kellective by Nikki, after being made redundant from her corporate job when she was 38 weeks pregnant.

AGS Labs To Integrate Into GIA

GIEPC: The American Gem Society (AGS) and Gemological Institute of America (GIA) will dramatically advance their long-standing collaboration in pursuit of their shared consumer protection missions.

Goldsmiths’ Fair Lures Eclectic Talent From Across UK Precious Metals Design

GIEPC: Goldsmiths’ Fair, staged every autumn in the majestic halls of the Goldsmiths’ Company, attracted a wide assortment of UK designer talent in October, spanning reinterpretations of Art Deco splendour to 3-D printing.

The Story Behind Justine Clenquet’s Punkish Jewellery – As Seen On Timothée Chalamet

Vogue: Justine Clenquet’s genderless jewellery is for everyone, but in the beginning, it was made solely with herself and her friends in mind.

Inside Prada’s Subversive, Sustainable Debut Jewellery Collection

Another: Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons’ debut jewellery collection for the Italian house mixes sustainability with metaphor, in exquisite, highly covetable pieces made from 100 per cent recycled gold.

Van Cleef & Arpels high jewellery exhibition to open in Saudi Arabia next year

The National News: Handmade masterpieces will go on show in Riyadh from January.

Jeweller commissioned by BBC Children in Need

Times Local News: A family-owned jeweller in Tonbridge has revealed a limited-edition Pudsey collection in partnership with BBC Children in Need.

Flawless Gems: The Most Magnificent High Jewellery Creations of 2022

The Market Herald: Flaunting flawless gemstones, creative designs and the finest craftsmanship, this year marks another spectacular season for high jewellery. From Paris Haute Couture Week in early July to Paris Fashion Week in September, the finest jewellery events delivered exquisite Haute Joaillerie pieces.

Our Predictions In The Jewellery Category Of The 2022 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG): A Sparkling Division

Quill and Pad: Welcome to the 2022 edition of Quill & Pad’s early Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève predictions in which the team picks favorites and explains why.

Hong Kong’s major jewellery fairs to return in 2023

Exhibition World: Two of the industry’s biggest B2B sourcing events will be back in action in Hong Kong in 2023 following a three-year forced pandemic break, Informa Markets Jewellery has announced.

Family run jewellers that's 'adored' being part of 'Liverpool's love stories' for 40 years

Liverpool Echo: The jewellery store opened in the late 70s and now has plans for a second shop.

2022’s Best Jewellery Advent Calendars Are All About Ear Stacking And Customisation

Elle: Bling bling.

Cartier presents its latest Beautés du Monde High Jewellery collection

Prestige Online: Seeing the beauty of the world, preserving it, and above all, enriching it, are values that have continuously influenced Cartier’s philosophy.

15 Black-Owned Jewellery Brands To Add To Your Collection

Grazia Daily: We all enjoy a little finishing touch to an outfit; a stack of gold bracelets here, a sparkling statement earring there.

Lupita Nyong’o On Her New Jewellery Campaign – And What To Expect From Wakanda Forever

Vogue: When Black Panther: Wakanda Forever makes its big debut next month, Lupita Nyong’o – who plays Nakia, a Wakandan spy – will need plenty of gowns and jewellery for her various red carpet premieres.

Inside the Dream: Bulgari's fascinating new documentary

Jewellery Editor: Bulgari takes us on a dazzling journey as we follow Lucia Silvestri on a gem-hunting mission from Rome to Jaipur with a red carpet grand finale in Venice.

Kate, Princess of Wales often wears jewellery symbolising 'strength' and 'positivity'

Express: Kate, Princess of Wales wears several heirloom jewels from the late Queen and Princess Diana, but she has also built up her own collection of gems that hold special meanings.




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