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News Edit: 31 March 2024

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

Style Edit: Bulgari’s Mediterranea High Jewellery collection is a tribute to its founder’s journey, taking inspiration from Italian baroque aesthetics in art and architecture

SCMP: Bulgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin calls the collection ‘an epic and immersive journey’ through the crossroads of Mediterranean influences, from Rome to Venice.

Somerset resident turns recycled ocean trash into jewellery for her own business

Yahoo: Sophie Witt, who was born and raised in Frome, recently turned her beachcombing hobby into a successful jewellery business.

Meet the artisan jeweller whose ethical, traceable designs are inspired by nature

Yahoo: Raised in the Netherlands, jeweller Clio Saskia has always loved the natural world.

Pattaraphan gives jewellery a playful twist

Wallpaper: Pattaraphan founder Nok Salirathavibhaga brings a sense of fun to her jewellery brand.

‘Buy yourself a damn diamond.’ The jewellery disruptors speak

FT: How Maria Tash, Mejuri and Diamond Foundry transformed the industry for good.

Hidden gem: a jeweller’s remodelled terrace in west London

The Guardian: Changes and clever touches mean there are surprises aplenty behind the front door of this Edwardian home.

A glittering career ahead for the next generation of Riverina jewellers

Region Riverina: Wagga Wagga has a long and proud legacy in the jewellery trade and today boasts more than its share of skilled craftsmen and women.

More than just love in these jewels

The Press: Making beautiful jewellery is just part of Joachim van Oostrum’s job - he’s also in the business of preserving memories.

Crafting a greener future: How jewellery companies can embrace eco-conscious practices

Sussex Express: In response to growing environmental concerns, the jewellery industry is increasingly focusing on sustainable practices. Jack Lockyer, co-founder of South Downs Designs, a sustainable Brighton-based jewellery brand, offers his practical guidance for jewellery companies aiming to adopt eco-conscious approaches and how consumers can hold manufacturers accountable.

Winchcombe meteorite fragments made into jewellery

BBC: Fragments of a meteorite that crashed down to earth in 2021 have been made into items of jewellery.

Easter fun at Castle Howard includes exclusive Spring jewellery display and family-friendly Easter Trail

The Scarborough News: Looking for something to do this Easter? There is a special Spring display window at Castle Howard,decorated by independent jewellers, and a family-friendly Easter Animal Trail to enjoy.

Jewellery's next big opportunity: Divorce

Vogue Business: Emily Ratajkowski and Mia Khalifa are among the influencers driving a change in the way we talk about divorce, with a focus on repurposing wedding jewellery. Brands are cashing in.

Irina Shayk stuns in a crystal adorned bra while Karlie Kloss wears nothing but jewellery as Swarovski unveils latest Venus inspired campaign

Daily Mail: Swarovski unveiled its latest campaign on Wednesday ahead of its spring summer collection.

The story behind Van Cleef & Arpels’ groundbreaking Mystery Set technique

How Van Cleef & Arpels’ Serti Mystérieux – the Mystery Set technique – represents its constant drive to innovate in the context of the creative spirit that defined 1930s Paris.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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