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

Piaget’s 2021 high jewellery collection lights up Paris Couture Week

Wallpaper: Piaget unveils its new high jewellery collection, Extraordinary Lights. The vivid, fluid pieces are inspired by lights against the night sky.

Argento owners’ profits top £1.6m as jewellery chain looks to be ‘fully operational’ again

Belfast Telegraph: The Northern Ireland company behind jewellery retail chain Argento has reported sales of £19m for the year to the end of June 2020, down 14% from £22m.

Cartier’s 2021 high jewellery collection launches

Wallpaper: The new Cartier collection of high jewellery is a vivid play on colour and texture.

Dragons’ Den episode 14 pitches: Where to buy The Workbench London’s bespoke ring kits?

Entertainment Daily: And will the product get investment?

Pomellato Delved Into Its Archive To Create Jewellery With Rebellious ’80s Appeal

Vogue: Pomellato’s creative director Vincenzo Castaldo admits there’s something of a New Wave/ Depeche Mode vibe about the music in the video presentation for La Gioia, the brand’s second high jewellery collection.

How Beetle Wings Found Their Way Into Piaget’s New High Jewellery Collection

Vogue: It was at an exhibition of Belgian artist Jan Fabre’s work that marquetry artist Rose Saneuil first thought of including beetle elytra, the creature’s shimmering and protective forewings, in her own practice.

The most beautiful jewellery from the 2021 Cannes Film Festival

Harpers Bazaar: The red carpet is back and it's a glittering affair.

Online jewellery business relaunched after mum juggles lockdown and homeschooling

Warrington Worldwide: A Stockton Heath mum who juggled launching a new jewellery brand inspired by nature just before lockdown followed by homeschooling has relaunched her online store based in Warrington.

Triple success for graduands at a competition for new designers

Deadline News: Three soon-to-be graduates from a Scottish university have scooped top prizes at this year’s New Designers Awards.

Glasgow student's 'post-Covid' jewellery wins national prize

Glasgow Times: A Glasgow art student has won a prestigious UK prize for her jewellery designs inspired by her Lithuanian roots.

Glasgow student's 'post-Covid' jewellery wins national prize

The National: Nick Fitzpatrick, Finlay Grant and Ying Huang, all students at the University of Dundee’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, won big in the New Designers Awards.

UK’s largest quality jeweller opens newly refurbed showroom in Manchester

About Manchester: Luxury watch and jewellery retailer, Goldsmiths, has opened the doors to its newly refurbished showroom in Trafford Upper.




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