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

Alrosa Steps Down From Board of Responsible Jewellery Council

In Store Magazine: Alrosa was among the institutions hit with U.S. sanctions following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Rich Russians turn to luxury jewellery, watches to shield savings

Aljazeera: Much like gold, which can serve as a store of value and a hedge against inflation, luxury watches and jewellery can hold or even increase in price amid economic turmoil.

Danish government likely to exempt Ukrainians from controversial refugee ‘jewellery law’

The Local: A controversial law allowing Danish authorities to confiscate valuable items from refugees is unlikely to be applied to Ukrainians who seek protection in the Nordic country.

Cartier sues Tiffany & Co for 'stealing trade secrets on $10m jewellery pieces'

The Telegraph: Cartier alleges that a former employee downloaded secrets on expensive pieces and shared them with colleagues in her new job at Tiffany.

Cartier sues Tiffany for allegedly stealing ‘High Jewelry’ trade secrets

NY Post: Two of the world’s most well-known luxury jewelry brands are set for a legal battle – with Cartier filing suit against Tiffany & Co. on Monday over claims that its rival stole trade secrets about a high-end product line by hiring one of its former employees.

Royal Mint Sends Its Largest Coins Ever to 700-Year-Old Trial of the Pyx

Coin Week: The largest coin ever created by The Royal Mint, the 10-kilo Queen’s Beasts gold Proof, is one of the coins sent to the Trial of the Pyx this year. The Royal Mint’s coins were submitted for testing on February 1 at Goldsmiths’ Hall in the City of London in the annual centuries-old ceremony.

Boucheron’s New Maharajahs Collection Has an Incredible Backstory

W Magazine: The inspiration behind Boucheron’s latest high jewelry collection reads like the opening of a fantasy film. In August of 1928, the Place Vendôme was buzzing with excitement at the arrival of Bhupindar Sing, the Maharajah of Patiala.

Make Your Next Jewelry Investment a Wiggly, Wavy Ring

Vogue: It’s been said that there are no straight lines in nature. Why not mimic this biological trend in your jewelry collection?

The Jewelry Books To Read Now

Forbes: Jewelry books to cozy up with for those winter days when it’s cold outside. There is nothing like a book with glorious photos and a compelling narrative to warm a jewelry enthusiasts heart when the temperature dips to below freezing or when it’s raining or snowing outside.

Slovakian jewellery exhibition at the Rothko Centre

Baltic Times: On 2 March, Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre opens “Echo of the Mind” – a jewellery exhibition by Slovakian artists Jana Machatová and Peter Machata.

Tatler’s guide to the best tailors, cobblers and jewellers that the fashion crowd swear by

Tatler: Sustainable is the new chic.

Black Isle jeweller Eileen Gatt's London show inspired by climate change concerns

Inverness Courier: Black Isle jeweller Eileen Gatt has used her concerns about climate change as inspiration for a new collection which was launched at a prestigious London art show last weekend.

Jewellery and ceramics by Completedworks take offbeat forms

Wallpaper: The new jewellery and ceramics collection from Completedworks, ‘Lunch Break’, is inspired by the physicality of public space.

Wedding Shoot: Have Your Cake & Eat It

Country and Town House: Country & Town House’s March/April issue hits newsstands today. Take a look inside with the Wedding Guide 2022 cover shoot, featuring sparkling accessories from Chopard, David Morris and Tasaki (as well as plenty of cake and champagne). Expect a feast for the eyes…

The Best Jewellery On The SAG Awards 2022 Red Carpet

Vogue: It was all about the white diamond necklace at last night’s SAG Awards in Los Angeles. While the rest of the world might be dopamine-dressing in gemstones that span every colour of the rainbow, with an extra jolt of neon for good measure, the stars of Hollywood opted for the eternal chic of white ice.

Rihanna’s Fashion Week Must Have? Jewellery With History

Vogue: Since Rihanna and boyfriend A$AP Rocky announced they were expecting their first child, the fashion community has paid close attention to her inventive maternity wardrobe.




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