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

Precious jewellery demand set for continuing recovery, Platinum Guild says

Mining Weekly: Following a challenging year for luxury goods marketers in 2020, the latest consumer survey commissioned by worldwide marketing organisation Platinum Guild International (PGI) during the first quarter of 2021 has determined positive sentiment for the jewellery industry, with a strong indication of robust demand for precious jewellery in three of platinum’s major markets during the coming 12 months.

Cartographer discovers Sweden's 'most spectacular' trove of Bronze Age jewellery on forest floor

ABC: A Swedish orienteering enthusiast working on a map earlier in April has stumbled across a stash of some 50 Bronze Age relics dating back over 2,500 years.

NFT jewellery: is blockchain bling a thing?

Wallpaper: Simone Faurschou will release her jewellery collection, Blockchain, as NFT pieces before the physical launch in gold.

The Welsh jewellery designer whose earrings have been worn by Kendall Jenner and Kate Middleton

ITV: A Welsh jewellery designer has said she is in disbelief after US supermodel Kendall Jenner was captured wearing her earrings.

Copenhagen designer infuses men’s jewellery with Scandi cool

Wallpaper: Copenhagen-based brand Elhanati unveils new men’s jewellery collection, X, where masculine and feminine intertwine.

Chopard extends its timeless L’Heure du Diamant collection

Prestige Online: Masterfully crafted, the L’Heure du Diamant collection from Chopard unites a symbol of eternity with contemporary design.

Dreaming of Italy? This fine jewellery brand delivers a much-needed dose of Italian glamour

Harpers Bazaar: FOPE’s latest new collection will bring everyday luxury into your life.

Young Haywards Heath jeweller Hugo shows his skills on BBC Two’s All That Glitters

MidSussex Times: A young jeweller from Haywards Heath is showing the country his talents on BBC Two’s new TV show All That Glitters.

All That Glitters 2021 contestants and results from new BBC Two series

Telly Mix: All That Glitters cast Instagram usernames and how to watch online.

The Best Jewelry from the 2021 Academy Awards

Town and Country: Diamonds abound as celebrities put on the glitz for this year's Oscars.

Eight Must-See Jewelry Moments on the Oscars Red Carpet

Hollywood Reporter: From Andra Day in $2 million of Tiffany & Co. diamonds to Zendaya’s major Bulgari moment and Angela Bassett’s stunning Chopard earrings, actresses opted for a level of sparkle that suited Hollywood’s biggest night.

Pontypool jeweller Lee Appleby on BBC show All That Glitters

South Wales Argus: A Pontypool jeweller is representing Wales in a TV show looking for Britain's top jeweller.

Why Shoppers Are Obsessed With ‘Summer Camp’ Jewellery

Business of Fashion: The popularity of $450 Balenciaga beaded bracelets and $24 Urban Outfitters emoji chokers is a sign that consumers are craving fun statement pieces for their post-pandemic wardrobes.

One for all: Claire Choisne’s jewellery designs are for everyone

The Week: With her Art Deco-inspired collection, Choisne breaks with recent traditions while recasting Boucheron’s past successes.




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