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

The Best New Jewellers To See At This Year’s Goldsmiths’ Fair

Vogue: London is bursting with jewellery goings-on right now, but few will offer more to satisfy your need for beauty than the annual Goldsmiths’ Fair, which this year celebrates its 40th anniversary.

Scottish jeweller to be honoured at exhibition in Edinburgh

The National: An exhibition of the UK’s finest gold, silver and jewellery is set to honour a Scottish designer.

The founder of Annoushka Jewellery takes us inside her London pied-a-terre

Hello: Annoushka Ducas MBE has led a charmed life.

Antiques Roadshow guest shocked to discover pricey truth behind her 'costume jewellery'

Mirror: An Antiques Roadshow guest was left stunned as the true value of her costume jewellery, which she bought for just $30, was revealed in a recent episode of the BBC show.

Russian diamonds ban 'would cost 10,000 jobs', Antwerp claims

EU Observer: As the EU Commission mulls adding Russian diamonds to a new sanctions package, the Belgian diamond industry voices concern for massive job losses.

Last Brooch Worn By Queen Recreated For Public Viewing

Elle: It's a duplicate of the design Her Majesty wore to the Principal Platinum Jubilee Beacon in June.

The last brooch worn by the Queen goes on display: Here’s what makes it special

First Post: Designed by jeweller David Marshall, the brooch is made of 18-carat white gold and platinum and has 97 round-cut diamonds as well as seven fancy-cut diamonds. The pin was handpicked by Queen Elizabeth II for her Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Tokyo James’s New Jewellery Collaboration Celebrates Our Inner Resilience

Vogue: When Iniye Tokyo James decided to expand his burgeoning fashion empire to include fine jewellery, a collaborator on the same conceptual wavelength was critical, especially on the back of a stellar year that included being an LVMH Prize finalist.

The Top Jewellery Trends From The Spring/Summer 2023 Catwalks

Vogue: Catwalk jewellery needs to make an immediate impact if it’s to be spotted from the back row – or indeed make an impression on those in the all-important front.

This Winter 2022 Jewelry Trend Is a Major Throwback

Harpers Bazaar: Forget handbags and shoes. The one spot in your wardrobe that's definitely due for a refresh: your jewelry.

‘Brilliant & Black’: Sotheby’s celebrates Black jewellery designers

Wallpaper: Melanie Grant brings together 25 jewellery designers, who consider the theme of the Enlightenment in this new London selling exhibition.

Jewel carriage way: Van Cleef & Arpels heads to London for latest exhibition

Tatler: Tatler speaks to the house’s Director of Patrimony and Exhibitions about what to expect from the new space.

Exhibitions, conferences, workshops and a fair at Romanian Jewelry Week in October

Romania Insider: From Monday, October 5 to Sunday, October 9, Romanian Jewelry Week 3.0 brings together 190 contemporary jewelry designers for a series of exhibitions, conferences, jewelry workshops, and more, at 6 important cultural locations in Bucharest.

Buzz Words: Elie Top And Zara Celebrate The Secret Language Of Bees

Vogue: It’s easy to assume that Elie Top’s bee-buzzing and sunflower-swathed jewellery collection for Zara is singly inspired by the natural world. But those familiar with the Parisian jeweller’s designs – which celebrate secret closures and compartments and have taken inspiration from medieval metaphysics and even the entire universe – know there’s always something else at play.




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