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

King Charles III's coronation to feature jewels worth £3.5 billion

Cambridge News: The most expensive crown jewels were recently seen placed on top of the Queen's coffin.

Step Inside Chanel’s New Paris Flagship Designed by Peter Marino

Galerie Magazine: The Place Vendôme space debuts with a celestial high-jewelry collection inspired by Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel’s archival designs.

Gigi And Naomi Celebrate Messika’s “Empowering” Paris Fashion Week Runway Show

Vogue: The Parisian house’s latest high jewellery collection heralds the return of body jewellery.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's bridal sets in Ponniyin Selvan: 1 will define the next big jewellery trend

Vogue: Mani Ratnam’s Tamil period drama featuring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will be on your bridal moodboard for a long time coming.

Hamilton escapes penalty for wearing jewellery as Mercedes fined €25,000 for self-scrutineering form ‘error’

Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton has avoided a penalty for wearing his nose stud during Singapore Grand Prix qualifying after producing a medical exemption letter – although his Mercedes team were fined as they submitted a scrutineering form saying he wasn’t wearing any jewellery.

The best jewellery advent calendars to shop for Christmas 2022

Red Online: Including the dreamy offering from Kate Middleton's go-to brand, Missoma, worth over £800...

TikTok designer creates jewellery from bacteria

BBC: A Scottish artist who creates jewellery from her own bacteria has found fame on TikTok.

Jewelry Designer Helle Vestergaard Poulsen On Her New Beach-Inspired Collection

Forbes: Jewelry designer Helle Vestergaard Poulsen of Anni Lu is known for her playful take on jewelry design, and her newly launched collection entitled ‘Echo Beach’ is all about white sands, crystal clear waters, and good vibrations.

The Weekly Covet: The Best Necklaces, Bracelets, and Rings for Everyday Wear

Town and Country: Precious pendants, dazzling diamonds, and gold chains you'll never want to take off.

Bulgari is hosting a Serpenti exhibition at Saatchi Gallery this autumn

Hello: Artificial intelligence meets luxury and the Serpenti archive.

The biggest jewellery trends at fashion week prove that bling is back

Glamour Magazine: If it goes *jingle jangle* it's in for spring.

Derry silversmith making waves with jewellery line

Derry Journal: Derry born silversmith Laurie Ferguson has been dreaming of making jewellery since she was small. Now, Laurie’s dreams have come true.

Jewelry Designer Glenn Spiro Is Opening a New Boutique in St. Barts

Robb Report: The store is a permanent location near the chic shopping enclave in the port of Gustavia.

Messika High Jewelry Show: Strength, Glamour And Jewelry Take Over Paris Fashion Week

Ritz Herald: Naomi Campbell, Gigi Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Nina Dobrev, Carla Bruni, Elsa Hosk, Derek Blasberg, Taylor Hill, Maya Diab, Enjy Kiwan Etc. All Gathered Around Artistic Director Valérie Messika To Celebrate Her Second Runway Show.

A century of surrealism on show in London exhibition

FT: The Design Museum will play host to more than 300 objects and pieces of jewellery that pay homage to the work of Dali, Cocteau, Man Ray and more.

Jeweller who started at Kaizen's in Rochester wins BBC's All That Glitters after designing necklace for Strictly's Shirley Ballas

Kent Online: When Piers Carpenter was 14 he took on a Saturday job at his local jewellers.

Taking in the splendour of Cartier’s latest Beautés du Monde high jewellery collection in Madrid

Prestige Online: Figurative or abstract, art or philosophy, new or old? Cartier’s latest Beautés du Monde high jewellery collection defies conventions. Yanni Tan travels to its launch in Madrid to take in the splendour.

Goldsmiths' Fair In London Celebrates 40 Years Of Jewelry-Making Talent

Forbes: Goldsmiths Hall is packed. Assorted press, private clients and supporters of independent jewelry makers rub shoulders underneath its gilded ceilings and jostle to see the latest offerings from the exhibitors.

Elements takes place at Lyon & Turnbull in October

The Edinburgh Reporter: A tribute to the achievements of the internationally renowned designer Dorothy Hogg, MBE, is included in Elements, the exhibition of gold, silver and jewellery which takes place from 28-30 October at Lyon & Turnbull.




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