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

Will Evans: The testing times for UK jewellery hallmarking

FT: Goldsmiths’ assay office general manager on the challenges of doing business in a post-Brexit, post-Covid market.

Jeweller Janice Derrick looks back to move forward

News Day: After 25 years in the business, jeweller Janice Derrick still has a passion for metalworking.

Indian Luxury Designer Brands Making Waves At PAD London

Solitaire International: Two of India’s most creative and exciting luxury jewellery designer brands, Jewels by Moksh and Neha Dani, were in the spotlight at PAD London in October, a trade fair for the international glitterati encompassing art, design and exquisite jewels.

How I got my job as… Founder of this sophisticated homegrown UAE jewellery brand

Emirates Woman: Welcome to the Emirates Woman weekly series ‘How I got my job as…’ where we speak to some incredible entrepreneurs and businesswomen both based in the UAE and globally to find out about their career paths that led them to where they are now; what their daily routines look like; the advice they’d give to those starting out; and the hurdles they’ve had to overcome.

John Bull & Co owner retires and announces closure of Bedford’s oldest jewellers

Bedford Independent: After trading in the town for over 200 years, the owners of John Bull & Co on St Peter’s Street have announced that the store will close for good when managing director Keith Peryer retires.

Goldsmiths debuts Gucci boutique at its new Meadowhall mall concept store

Fashion Network: Goldsmiths, part of the fast-expanding Watches of Switzerland Group – has opened its latest luxury concept showroom at the Meadowhall Shopping Centre in Sheffield. And as a reminder of how compatible luxury jewellery and fashion are, the unit also features its first Gucci shop-in-shop boutique.

'Beautiful quality gemstones that have amazing fire and life within them can be very hypnotic': Meet the ethical jewellery designer at New Brewery Arts

So Glos: In the first of New Brewery Arts' meet the maker series, SoGlos speaks to jewellery designer, maker and tutor, Hayley Kruger, about her process, how she got started and the pieces that mean the most to her.

Meet Gemmyo: the luxury jeweller marrying recycled metals with the rarest gems

Lombard Odier: Since its launch in 2011, French brand Gemmyo has forged its own path in the sedate world of fine jewellery. Having started out as an online-only business, the brand has since established a network of boutiques in France and abroad, including in Switzerland.

Tiffany & Co. Celebrated The New Tiffany Lock Collection With Kim Kardashian, Gal Gadot And Hailey Bieber

Vogue: Since the late 1800s, the lock has been a defining symbol for Tiffany & Co., seeing its way onto pieces like brooches, necklaces, money clips, charms, and those iconic key rings.

Sotheby’s will auction off rare ring authenticated with an NFT

Standard: The auction house is guaranteeing the authenticity of a rare piece of jewellery through NFTs, in a first for the auction industry.

Elements Festival Shines Light On Gold, Silver, And Jewellery

Scottish Field: The Elements festival celebrating gold, silver, and jewellery opens in Edinburgh today.

The Brand We Love For Jewellery Staples

SheerLux: London-based Otiumberg is one of those jewellery brands that strikes the perfect balance between modern and timeless. Founded in 2016 by sisters Christie and Rosanna Wollenberg, the label’s wearable, elevated designs have become a firm favourite among the SL fashion team.  bestselling pieces…

Completedworks Jeweller Anna Jewsbury On Making A Characterful London Pub Her Home

Vogue: In Anna Jewsbury’s London rebuild, her idiosyncratic hallmark is clear to see, says Aimee Farrell. Photographs by Dean Hearne. Styling by Julia Brenard.

King Charles to uphold Queen's jewellery tradition as 'custodian' of jewels worth £15bn

Express: Queen Elizabeth II's extensive jewellery collection was worn by all the royal women over the years, but the collection will now likely be overseen by the new monarch King Charles.

Lizzy Hadfield has partnered with Tada & Toy on a jewellery collab you'll want to keep forever

Marie Claire: Add these to your jewellery rotation.

Italian jewellery group Damiani boosts growth, revenue up 69% in fiscal 2021-22

Fashion Network: Fiscal 2021-22 has been an extremely positive year for jewellery group Damiani, based in Valenza, Italy. In the year that ended on March 31 2022, the group recorded a consolidated revenue of €238 million, a 69% rise over the previous year and a figure well above its pre-pandemic levels.

Pressure builds for the return of cultural jewellery

FT: Debate on the repatriation of historical artefacts from the world’s museums grows louder.

The Jewels On Display At The Upcoming Salon Art + Design Fair

Forbes: The 11th edition of Salon Art + Design, the collectible design and art fair, will be held at the Park Avenue Armory in New York November 10 – 14 with 52 exhibiting galleries and 11 “special partners,” designers and artists who will be exhibiting in individual rooms of the historic Armory.

Jeweller produces luxury Chatsworth advent calendars from £995 to £21,995

Derby Telegraph: Items included in the calendars range from carefully curated jewellery such as necklaces and earrings to stunning scented candles.

GemGenève 2022: See the Most Sought-After Jewellery on the Planet

The Market Herald: Geneva Luxury Week sees auction houses like Sotheby’s and Christie’s stage sales of some incredible luxury items.




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