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News Edit: 7th February 2021

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

How powerful women have made jewellery work for them

FT: Choice of accessories can be loaded with meaning.

How Your Jewellery Origins Might Be Related To Weapon Funding For Terrorists In War-Torn Countries

Ed Times: Jewellery is a gift, a piece of integrity often bought as a token of love and thus needs to be treasured. So, it’s very important to note that whenever we make that investment, no matter big or small in monetary terms, do dare to ask about its traceability.

Fei Liu’s Artistic Jewels Sparkle With Gemstone Galaxies Around The World

Forbes: Relatively few designers adorn celebrities and receive the star-dusted media coverage that powers brand recognition and jewelry purchases. Fewer still produce collections that embody distinctive style, superb gems and high production values that retail at luxury leaders like Harrods and Liberty of London.

‘In Denmark, women can be leaders but also have the right to be mothers’

Irish Times: Wild Geese: Dubliner Isabella Davey plays key role in running Copenhagen Fashion Week.

The most beautiful high jewellery collections from Couture Week SS21

Luxury London: Allow yourself to be dazzled by this season’s cacophony of fine jewels and gems.

Gems and jewellery exporters' body asks government for jewellery repair policy in next FTP

Economic Times: Gems and jewellery exporters' body GJEPC has asked the government to formulate a 'friendly' jewellery repair policy in the next foreign trade policy, stressing that India can emerge as a global restoration hub of old and damaged jewellery items.

Metal detectorist reunites Broughty Ferry woman, 82, with stolen engagement ring after 34 years

The Courier: A Broughty Ferry woman was stunned when a local metal detectorist returned her engagement ring – more than 30 years after it was stolen.

Aboriginal jeweller designs unique custom jewellery

NIT: Mixing traditional and contemporary, jeweller Allister Young is changing the game with his brand, Forever Young Jewellery.

All you wanted to know about the jewellery on Bling Empire

Prestige Online: It comes as a surprise to nobody that Bling Empire features a lot of, well, bling.

Boucheron’s 2021 high jewellery collection launches at Paris Couture Week

Wallpaper: Art Deco jewellery from the archives inspires this year’s new pieces.

The sensual jewellery design of Hugo Kreit

Wallpaper: Hugo Kreit’s first collection, Tears, combines fluid silhouettes with unexpected materials.

De Beers diamond sales surge after Christmas jewellery rush in US

The Guardian: Mining firm reports $650m January intake from rough stones, marking strongest sales in three years.

Demand rises for mood-lifting jewellery using vibrant colours

FT: Previously perceived as fast fashion, neon is now rubbing shoulders with precious stones in expensive designs.

Place Vendôme Jewelers Offer Respite From Pandemic Gloom

WWD: Boucheron, Chanel, Van Cleef & Arpels were among the handful of houses with full collections; Dior and Chaumet plan launches in March.

Pandemic reveals a silver lining for new jewellery brand launches

FT: Business has been good for online sellers, even those rooted in bricks and mortar, but adaptability has been crucial.

On the money: coin-based jewellery pieces boost business for designers

FT: Rising prices are increasing the appeal of this style.

Why buying jewels at auction is the chicest way to shop

Tatler: From Tiffany to Dior, you can snap up some truly stunning pieces at online jewellery auctions

13 of the best High Jewellery moments from the new collections

Tatler: Each January and July wealthy clients and press from around the globe descend on Paris for Haute Couture week. This is when the City of Light is at her most glamorous, playing host to extravagant Couture shows, private dinners and sparkling High Jewellery presentations.

My Favourite Pieces: Natasha Kerr’s collection of contemporary jewellery recalls friendship and family

FT: British designs entwined with the textile artist’s own story.


News Edit: 7th February 2021


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