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News Edit 1 April 2018

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

Hatton Garden heist suspect is son of biology pioneer

The Times: A jewellery designer believed to be the mysterious tenth man in the Hatton Garden heist is the son of a pioneering Cambridge biophysicist, The Times can reveal.

Where to buy the best vintage, period and antique jewellery

The Telegraph: No matter what today’s jewellers come up with, no matter how sophisticated the designs or exquisite the materials, I never fail to be charmed by vintage and antique jewellery.

Kate Middleton's wedding tiara heads up 'dazzling' Canberra exhibition

SBS News: Iconic French jeweller Cartier is bringing a collection to Australia for the first time, featuring pieces worn by film stars and royalty.

Breath of fresh air: How a Dutch artist turns smog into jewellery

Al Jazeera: Poland is home to 33 of Europe’s 50 most polluted cities and a Dutch artist has come up with an innovative solution.

Mental Illness jewellery is now a trend

The Sydney Morning Herald: James Packer has made headlines recently for being open about his struggle with mental health, but anxiety and depression are still considered by many to be illnesses best kept under wraps .

Booming online luxury goods sales convert watchmakers to the web

Reuters: A boom in online luxury goods sales is finally convincing high-end watchmakers, long sceptical that customers would pay thousands to buy intricate timepieces on the web, to step up their investments in e-commerce.

In My Jewellery Box: Francesca Villa

The Telegraph: Italian jeweller Francesca Villa studied literature at university but always knew that jewellery design was her calling.

TEFAF Maastricht jewellery highlights

The Telegraph: Everyone knows that provenance is important; and no more so than at TEFAF Maastricht where the world’s heavy weight of art galleries and dealers amass for a 10-day selling exhibition.

Sea of Thieves quest: find the £80,000 golden bananas in global digital treasure hunt

Evening Standard: In the new Sea of Thieves game, bananas are the health source, yet these golden bananas are intended to boost your wealth. The bananas were crafted by world famous goldsmiths Smith & Harris, in London’s jewellery quarter Hatton Garden.



Rebecca van Rooijen


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