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

Culture Of Time The Waldorf-Astoria's Iconic Clock, A Gift From Queen Victoria, Is Ready To Run Again

Hodinkee: A year-long restoration lets this horological jewel in the crown shine like new.

‘Who Doesn’t Love a Diamond?’

NY Times: The author of ‘The Lost Jewels’ talks about a trove of hidden gems, walking tours of London and Samuel Pepys.

Diamanti Per Tutti extends travel retail footprint in partnership with DFS

Moodies: Belgian jewellery and diamond specialist Diamanti Per Tutti (DPT) has opened its first travel retail-dedicated boutique, at T Galleria by DFS, Hong Kong, Canton Road.

Jewellery that lasts a lifetime is produced by Rebecca Oxenham Jewellery

Daily Echo: Rebecca Oxenham has used the madness of 2020 to launch her own small sustainable business from her garden studio in Southampton.

Jewellery fans in frenzy over new diamonds 'made from the sky'

Mirror: Eco-friendly Sky Diamonds are made from carbon taken out of the atmosphere.

Daniella Draper sparkles as maturing jewellery brand doubles up at industry awards

Business Live: Family jeweller pips Clogau, Pandora, Swarovski, Tateossian, Tatty Devine and Thomas Devine.

Jewellery idea really takes off

The West: Young people have been hit hard by unemployment as a result of COVID-19, but some savvy young business minds in the South West say that has sparked a quest for entrepreneurship and new beginnings.

Busy mum from Titchfield turns her side hustles into her career with two new businesses

Portsmouth: A busy mum-of-two used her time on maternity leave to create two new businesses.

Record-breaking £26m 'Burglary of the Century'

Daily Mail: at Tamara Ecclestone's London mansion 'was an inside job by staff who left vault door open'.

Lincoln jewellers shutting after over 70 years in business

The Lincolnite: Business owner and staff are retiring.

Meet the go-to jeweller for AJ Tracey, Aubameyang and Krept & Konan

GQ Magazine: For more than a decade, Abtin Abbasi has been based in London’s legendary jewellery quarter, Hatton Garden, building up a little black book that includes the biggest names in British music and sport.

Taiwanese jeweller Cindy Chao has a taste for haute luxury and hot sauce

FT: The designer talks through her favourite things.

St Helier jeweller guilty of laundering drug gang's cash

Jersey Evening Post: A man accused of laundering a crime gang's money through his Central Market jewellery business has been found guilty of all charges.

A Look Back At 2020 Jewelry Stories

Forbes: 2020 has been a challenging year to say the least. But with resilience and hope, we continue to look toward positive change in the future.

Holiday Books Focus On Talents That Revolutionized Jewelry Design

Forbes: This holiday season there are a number of ways to give the gift of jewelry. You can order it online, stop into your favorite store or purchase or pre-order one of these spectacular volumes from different groundbreaking jewelers who changed the course of jewelry at different times in history and the present.

A Jewelry Designer Names Her Latest Collection ‘Building Blocks’ As A Metaphor To Rebuilding Herself

Forbes: It’s not often that a young jewelry designer plants herself at the lobby of a global toy company’s headquarters in Singapore for days in the hopes of speaking with someone about a design idea that she had conceived years earlier. But that didn’t deter Nadine Ghosn, founder and designer of NGFJ.

Dua Lipa’s Polly Pocket Rings Are The Perfect Stocking Filler

Vogues: Dua Lipa’s evolution from mainstream popstrel to dynamic powerhouse came with an overhaul of her style. The Kosovo-born star developed a discerning eye for up-and-coming fashion talent thanks, in part, to her stylist Lorenzo Posocco and her integration into the Hadid family.

The cultural significance of Black jewellery design

ID: Four independent jewellers working in an industry severely lacking in diversity discuss why their craft is such an important part of Black identity.

The new gold standard: meet the creatives making jewellery as diverse as it is dazzling

FT: Social activism has stirred up new initiatives in the industry. It’s well overdue.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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