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A round up of this week's international jewellery news...

15 Jewellery Pieces That Are Too Cute To Resist

Harpers Bazaar: Whimsical pieces which are conversation starters.

Meet the Indian Jeweler Inspired by Madonna and Frida Kahlo

Town and Country: Sabyasachi Mukherjee's work, now at Bergdorf Goodman, fuses modernity and heritage.

Timothée Chalamet Is The New Poster Boy For High-Low Dressing

Vogue: Timothée Chalamet is a fan of fashion with a capital F, having turned heads in everything from an embellished Louis Vuitton bib to a sporty Prada suit. But while his designer red-carpet looks by Off-White and Berluti frequently make headlines, the actor’s off-duty sartorial pursuits indicate that he’s not averse to a fashion bargain.

Meet the world-class jeweller who just wanted to fly

TES: Leonardo Fonseca Rodrigues became an apprentice to save for a plane ticket. Now he's a world-class jeweller inspiring others to follow in his footsteps.

The real-life Uncut Gems: Jason Arasheben is the jeweller you need to know

GQ: Jason Arasheben is the Beverly Hills-based anarcho-jeweller to the stars. His clients include Drake, Justin Bieber and Kim Kardashian West. Here's his story.

Jeweller to the stars 

Daily Mail: Including Sir Paul McCartney and Madonna reveals how a violent armed robbery where a raider held a gun to her face triggered years of ill health and led to a diagnosis of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.

Jewellery to dye for

Mayo News: Killasser-based artist and designer Frances McGonigle is has just been named as a finalist in the Jewellery Designer of the Year category of the prestigious Irish Fashion Innovation Awards (IFIA).

How Cartier Mastered the Art of Using Rock Crystal in Its High Jewellery Designs

Tatler: In a world that prizes gems for their colour and sparkle, transparent rock crystal is becoming increasingly popular.

Chanel’s AW20 Show Heralds The Return Of Costume Jewellery

Vogue: The ultimate accessory for the girl gangs that populated Chanel’s autumn/winter 2020 runway? Piles of pearls, crucifixes and costume jewellery.

Brighton jeweller's overcrowding, Brexit, and high street fears

The Argus: 'The Lanes have drastically changed': Jeweller's overcrowding, Brexit, and high street fears.

Heineken heiress invests in British  jewellery brand Missoma

The Telegraph: Billionaire businesswoman Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken is a controlling shareholder of Heineken.

Cleaner denies plotting £50m jewellery raid at Tamara Ecclestone’s home

The Times: A cleaner has denied plotting to steal £50 million worth of jewellery and cash in a raid on the Formula One heiress Tamara Ecclestone’s central London mansion.

#Neckmess Is The Hottest New Jewellery Trend, And This Is How To Do It

The Times: This is how to build up the ultimate clavicle stack.

Chopard becomes the official jewellery partner of ‘No Time To Die’

Harpers Bazaar: The luxury jeweller is to appear in a James Bond film for the first time.

Herald Scotland: Glasgow jeweller feels benefit of commitment to city centre presence.

Daytime diamonds and costume jewellery for dinner: the Duchess of Cambridge's modern jewellery tour-drobe

The Telegraph: The Duchess of Cambridge demonstrates the art of high-low dressing, switching from £17,300 diamond earrings to H&M costume jewels.

Jeweller Taylor and Hart opens first London workshop

Fashion United: London-based, bespoke engagement ring specialists, Taylor and Hart has opened its first workshop in London in response to what it is calling “significant business growth”.

TEFAF Maastricht jewellery highlights 2020

The Telegraph: A diamond worthy of a Hollywood heist and a tiara that once belonged to a bonkers aristocrat are not to be missed.

Pair jailed for six years each over £300k jewellery raid

County Press: Two burglars who drilled through walls to raid a jewellery shop under the cover of a nearby marathon have been jailed for six years each over the £300,000 heist.

It’s Now Possible to Match Your Earrings to Your Lamp

The Cut: Jewelry designer Jennifer Fisher makes pieces that are frequently called “sculptural.” So it’s not surprising that CB2 took her up on that and asked her to design furniture and home decor. And turns out Fisher’s sleek, modern aesthetic translates easily into enviable home decor. Like her jewelry, her CB2 collaboration is slightly minimal and sticks to a concise color pallet of brass, black, white, and silver.

7 Gorgeous Jewelry Trends Maximalists Will Love

Who What Where: When it comes to buying jewelry, there are often two types of shoppers: The first focuses on the investment they're making and how much everyday wear they can get from it in order to justify their spending. The second sees jewelry as an additional accessory to complement their personal style, one that makes a bigger statement than a dainty stacking ring ever could.

An Art Fair Gets Extra Sparkle

NY Times: The Anglesey tiara, worn at the coronation of King George VI, is among the jewelry on view this year at TEFAF in Maastricht.

Is Small Batch Jewelry The Eco-Friendly Approach To Accessorizing?

The Zero Report: If you've ever Googled what a landfill actually looks like, you'll know that it's a bleak snapshot of discarded, forgotten items piled high. It's a depressing image, but also serves as a reminder that cutting down on waste is a key pillar to reducing your impact on the planet.

9 Vegan Women-Owned Jewelry Brands We’re Crushing On

Veg News: From paw-print cuff bracelets to hand-painted avocado earrings, these lady-boss brands are committed to sharing the vegan love in their designs—and we love them for it.

See all the Jewelry, Sunglasses, And Accessories Hitting The Runway

Goldsmith who made jewels for the royal family wins £125,000 after NHS surgery left him suffering from the 'worst pain known to man' and without use of his right arm

Tiara March Madness: Which Crown Jewels Are Your Favorite?

Sixteen tiaras go head to head, but only one will be crowned the winner.

Colorful, Creative Collection Of Unique Jewels 15 Years In The Making

Forbes: The Grand Salon in the Baccarat Hotel sparkled like a jewel in the late afternoon of a cold January day. It’s a place where New Yorkers entertain people they want to impress. It was here that a slender unassuming man appeared in a worn brown leather jacket and light beard, carrying a small box. I nearly walked passed him as he introduced himself to me.

Lydia Courteille Recreates The Russian Splendor Of The Amber Room With Jewels

Forbes: Lydia Courteille’s latest thematic collection of high jewels is inspired by one of the most powerful women in Russia and an important artifact of 18th Century Imperial Russian splendor.

The new masterpieces of maximalism

FT: Say goodbye to delicate stacking rings: the new mood in jewellery is bold, extroverted and unapologetically jet-set.


Bristol men make world's most expensive piggy bank - worth £100k

Bristol Post: Somewhere to keep your spare change...

Chaumet flagship reopens at 12 Place Vendôme in Paris

Prestige Online: A year after it closed for refurbishment, 12 Place Vendôme, the prestigious address of Chaumet, finally raised its shutters again on February 29. Situated at the heart of legendary French jewellers, the redesigned maison artfully captures the exceptional allure of historic Parisian apartments. It now houses several grand salons that serve specific purposes.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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