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News Edit: 6 February 2022

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

Victoria de Rothschild’s Arty, Colorful Jewels to Be Sold at Auction

WWD: James Nicholson of the British auction house Dreweatts called de Rothschild “a true champion of modern design," with a taste for breaking boundaries.


Sparkle and shine: The most dazzling high jewellery collections of 2022

Luxury London: Meet the most magnificent jewels you'll see this year.


Want A Tiara? Get In Line

Vogue: After a sell-out year in 2021, tiara-aficionado Chaumet marries past and future in its latest collection.


Trial opens of six men accused of daring £95m Dresden jewellery heist

The Guardian: Suspects in carefully choreographed 2019 raid on city’s Green Vault appear in court amid tight security.


Alexis Bittar and Scott Pask’s theatrical New York jewellery store design

Wallpaper: New York jewellery designer Alexis Bittar has collaborated with Tony Award-winning theatrical designer Scott Pask for his New York store design.


Meet The Scandi Designer Creating Sustainable Jewellery Using Leftover Shells

Vogue: Fashion has had a long-standing love affair with shells, from Thierry Mugler’s famous 1995 Birth of Venus dress to Versace’s clam shell bralets from spring/summer 2021.


The Hottest Jewellery Trends For 2022

Vogue: Jewellery continues to be a bright spark amidst the Covid gloom that’s pervaded our lives these last two years.


The most spectacular new-season couture jewellery from Cartier, Dior, Chopard and more

MSN: Following several seasons of virtual presentations, the City of Light was back on schedule this January couture week.


Setting Sustainable Standards; Luxury Jewelry Brands and Sustainability

Upscale Living: Jewelry is a key component of everyday style. Whether you like to keep it simple with a few classic pieces, enjoy stacking and layering, or go completely bold, it’s an addition that can easily uplift any outfit.


Show your love for each other - and the planet - with an environmentally-friendly engagement ring

Great British Life: It is the most romantic month of year and thousands are set to get down on one knee and propose this Valentine’s Day.


The largest gold coin ever made weighing massive 10kg is produced in London and contains £700,000 worth of gold

My London: The huge coin took more than 400 hours to make.





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