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

Radford College student's jewellery attracts the eye of The Project's Carrie Bickmore

Canberra Times: She's only 12 but already Canberra girl Olivia Christian has started her own jewellery business - and had one of Australian television's most famous fashionistas wear a pair of her earrings on air.

This 27-year-old went from making $45,000 a year to bringing in over $350,000 with her online business

CNBC: Three years ago, Maya Portorreal made $45,000 per year working in retail. Last year, she brought in more than $350,000 in sales from her online jewelry business, which she launched as a side hustle in 2019.

Leading with innovation and sustainability in the age-old jewellery market

Gulf News: Lab-grown diamonds open a new market for ethical luxury.

Richemont group labels leave Responsible Jewellery Council

Financial Post: Cartier-owner Richemont has stepped down from the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) after the industry body had failed to cut ties with Russia, Richemont chief financial officer Burkhart Grund told reporters at the Watches and Wonders watchmakers industry fair Wednesday.

Cartier and other Richemont labels leave Responsible Jewellery Council

Reuters: Cartier and other labels of the Richemont (CFR.S) group have stepped down from the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) after the industry body failed to cut ties with Russia, executives from the group told reporters at the Watches and Wonders watchmakers industry fair on Wednesday.

Cartier and other Richemont brands leave the Responsible Jewelery Council

Paris Beacon: Cartier and other Richemont group brands withdrew from the Responsible Jewelery Council (RJC) after the industry body failed to cut ties with Russia, group executives told reporters on Wednesday at the Watches and Wonders watch industry fair.

Jeweller Pandora cuts ties with leading industry body over Russia

Yahoo: Jewellery maker Pandora said on Wednesday it had decided to leave the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) after the industry body failed to cut ties with Russia.

Ancient Egyptian bling: WAM exhibit examines power and symbolism of 'Jewels of the Nile'

Worcester Magazine: Jewelry may seem like it has changed a great deal over the course of human history, but one constant is that it’s always held meaning. That meaning has varied in form over time and place.

The Best 2022 Oscars Red Carpet Jewelry Will Leave You Completely Dazzled

The Zero Report: It seems no red carpet look at the 94th Academy Awards was complete without a diamond necklace strand (or two), colorful gemstone rings, and minimalist earrings — for those who wanted a more understated look.

The Best Jewelry from the 2022 Oscars

Town and Country: Diamonds were certainly the stars' best friends—but so were sapphires, emeralds, and pearls.

10 of the most spectacular jewellery moments from the 2022 Oscars red carpet

Harpers Bazaar: From sparkling Tiffany & Co to statement-making Bulgari.

In with the fashion crowd: fine jewellers become less precious about trends

FT: With styles that are more experimental than enduring, designers are engaging a younger clientele.

These Summer 2022 Jewelry Trends Will Be the Cherry on Top of All Your Fave Outfits

Cosmopolitan: Bold is an understatement.

Major jewellers to cease buying Russian-origin diamonds after increased scrutiny

The Guardian: Several big name brands including Tiffany, Pandora and Chopard announce a pause on buying raw materials of Russian origin amid war in Ukraine.

Primark has brought back the iconic £3 jewellery everyone wore in the 90s

Manchester Evening News: "You know we are getting old when these come back round. What in the y2k."

Cece Jewellery: tattoos of a different kind

The Week: The 18ct vintage-inspired pieces by British goldsmith, Cece Fein Hughes, are a lesson in symbolism.

Step inside Dior’s gigantic new Paris emporium

ID: Housing a boutique, restaurants and even a gallery space, 30 Avenue Montaigne offers a 360-degree immersion into the Maison’s universe.

From Gems for Royalty to Recycled Gold

NY Times: In the 1800s, Oscar Massin made jewelry for queens. Now the brand will focus on lab-grown diamonds and sustainable practices.

Black market deals raise fears for ancient Afghan jewellery treasures

FT: Amid the Taliban takeover, ancient artefacts are finding their way to international collectors.

Royal Mint strikes out with a lifestyle jewellery brand

FT: With the coin market in decline, the UK Treasury organisation tries to find other ways of making money as part of a reinvention of itself.

Stephen Webster’s Thorn Addiction jewellery is the ultimate 90s revival

Dazed Digital: The renowned British jeweller, tapped by icons and idols from Machine Gun Kelly to Elton John, launches a men’s collection that punctures jewellery’s gender norms.

HP and Legor Group collaborate on accessories for jewellery and fashion markets

PIM International: HP Inc., Palo Alto, California, USA, and Legor Group SPA, Vicenza, Italy, have announced a strategic collaboration for the development of innovative precious metal materials for HP’s Metal Jet system.




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