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

Birmingham cultural gem at risk as developers eye jewellery quarter

The Guardian: Birmingham cultural gem at risk as developers eye jewellery quarter.

Edinburgh jewellers announce they’re stocking renowned Russian jewellery brand

Deadline News: Edinburgh jewellers have announced the arrival of luxurious collections from a renowned Russian jewellery firm, with some items costing more than £14,000.

Jasmin Sparrow creates ethereal jewellery and accessories

Wallpaper: Jasmin Sparrow is drawn to vintage design codes in her eponymous jewellery brand.

A Jewellery Collaboration Modern Brides Will Want To Wear Now And Forever

Vogue: “People are desperate for dresses!” So says Alice Temperley who, amid the rush of post-lockdown wedding ceremonies, currently has a waiting list a mile long for the bridal collection she first launched 15 years ago.

Pearls and diamonds unite in Suzanne Kalan’s new jewellery

Wallpaper: Suzanne Kalan sets the Tahitian pearls at the heart of her new jewellery collection.

4 Jewellery Houses that Draw on Their Fashionable Roots

Prestigue Online: This month, we’ve turned our focus on the amazing high jewellery pieces that have been born from some of our favourite fashion houses. As their collections show, if you draw on the right motifs, some fashion trends can last forever.

STYLE Edit: French luxury house Cartier’s latest high jewellery collection, Sixième Sens, employs technical mastery to create hypnotic pieces

SCMP: ‘Sixth sense’ pieces include the Pixelage necklace that evokes the panther, the house’s ‘spirit animal’, plus the Meride necklace, and Phaan and Parhelia rings.

Jewellery designer benefits from Emerging Maker course

Press and Journal: A north-east jewellery designer is one of the latest creatives to benefit from a tailored package of support provided by Craft Scotland.

Opulent October: Brilliant opal and tourmaline birthstone jewellery

Luxury London: Spoilt for choice: those born in October can curate a collection of birthstone jewellery featuring both rainbow-hued opals and vibrant tourmalines.

New-season jewels – with all the trimmings

FT: Adorn yourself in the patterns and palette of the Bauhaus Weavers.

High Jewellery on the catwalk: Messika and Kate Moss collaborate once again at Paris Fashion Week

Tatler: The supermodel and jewellery designer team up for part two of their High Jewellery line.

Inside Cartier and Kering’s new watch and jewellery sustainability pact

Vogue Business: The Richemont-owned jewellery powerhouse and the French luxury conglomerate team up with the Responsible Jewellery Council on a new initiative aiming to make the industry more sustainable.

The Biggest Jewellery Trends From The SS22 Catwalks

Vogue: September represented an immediate ramping up of energy and a return to live shows for many designers in New York, London, Milan and Paris.

Vogue100 Hosts an Afternoon Tea With Airelles and Chopard at the Château de Versailles

Vogue: With its peerless elegance and history, the Chateau de Versailles is more than a magnificent mega manor. Built by Louis XIII back in 1623, the estate is now home to Airelles Château de Versailles Le Grand Controlé, a luxury five-star hotel offering guests the opportunity to relive the noble life centuries later.

PFW SS22: Schiaparelli takes the fashion world on a Surrealist’s Holiday

Fashion United: Haute couture house Schiaparelli digitally presented its spring/summer 2022 ready-to-wear collection at Paris Fashion Week, with ‘The Surrealist’s Holiday’ collection that looked to capture the varying essence of Schiaparelli, herself.




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