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News Edit: 5 December 2021

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

Top Scottish jeweller designs stunning collection in support of human trafficking charity

Daily Record: Kindhearted Karlin Anderson - who has made pieces for models Kate Moss and Claudia Schiffer - is helping modern slavery charity Hope For Justice.

Kiki McDonough to rent jewellery on Hurr

Fashion United: British jewellery designer Kiki McDonough is launching a curated edit of fine jewellery on UK rental platform Hurr to coincide with the festive season.

Celine jewellery revives fluid sculpture of artist Louise Nevelson

Wallpaper: Hedi Slimane continues Celine’s artist jewellery project with a limited-edition collection of 50 pieces, inspired by American sculptor Louise Nevelson.

Gold jewellery from the time of Nefertiti found in Bronze Age tombs

Heritage Daily: Archaeologists from the University of Gothenburg have concluded an excavation of two tombs in the Bronze Age city of Hala Sultan Tekke in Cyprus.

Muse Studio Jewellery opens first shop in Altrincham town centre

Altrincham Today: Muse Studio Jewellery has opened its first bricks and mortar shop and studio on George Street in Altrincham town centre.

Anissa Kermiche: "Homeware is like jewellery for the home"

Harpers Bazaar: The ceramics and jewellery designer Anissa Kermiche brings her signature sense of whimsy to her London home.

Nightingale launches £20,000 showroom in Colliergate, York

York Press: A jewellers has thrown open the doors to a brand new showroom in the heart of York.

Singapore International Jewellery Expo returns after two-year hiatus

Straits Times: After a two-year hiatus because of Covid-19, the Singapore International Jewellery Expo is making a comeback at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre.

Goldie lookin’ chains — the return of the male medallion

Evening Standard: Friends, Romans, countrymen — classical bling is back in vogue. Joe Bromley on the haute pendants to acquire now.

Jewellery magic

Business Times: As far as Gucci is concerned, more is defi nitely better in its latest high jewellery collection.

Time for joyful jewellery

Business Times: Colour, brilliance and spirit in Tiffany's gifting ideas make for a season of good cheer.

Annoushka’s birthstone lockets put a modern spin on traditional jewellery

Wallpaper: Annoushka’s Birthstone Locket Charms collection comes in a rainbow of candy colours.

First look inside new 1920s-themed bar 'The Rolling Mill' in Jewellery Quarter

Birmingham Mail: The cosy venue boasts a stunning mezzanine and courtyard.

True blue: Dazzling tanzanite and turquoise birthstone jewellery for December

Luxury London: The 12 shades of Christmas: whether you prefer your jewels a deeper shade of blue or in a bright sky hue, December's birthstones have you, or her, covered.

Shropshire Bronze Age jewellery, daggers and razors to go on display

BBC: Bronze Age treasures including jewellery, daggers, chariot fittings, spearheads and razors are set to go on display in Shropshire.

Christie’s Presents Second Jewellery Talents Of Today Sale With Paris Gallery

Forbes: Opening today, Paris auction house Christie's presents an edit of work by contemporary designers, in collaboration with Second Petale gallery, as part of the Joaillerie Paris online auction.

Jewellery maker Pandora has no plans to join platforms like Amazon or Farfetch -CEO

Reuters: Jewellery maker Pandora (PNDORA.CO) would prefer to invest in physical stores or its own online sales platform rather than join large e-commerce marketplaces like Amazon or Farfetch, its chief executive said on Wednesday.

Pandemic mental health and Eurasia’s oldest jewellery

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How I Got Here: Heather Pullis Brings Her Rock-Star Experiences To Jewelry

JCK Online: As a jewelry designer and business owner, Heather Pullis likes to blow past people’s expectations of her—including her own.




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