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

London Craft Week celebrates handmade jewellery

The Telegraph: From weaving and ceramics to millinery and leatherwork to candles and cheese, London Craft Week is a celebration of everything handmade.

Color Ruled in Met Gala Jewels

Hollywood Reporter: From Jennifer Lopez's 65-carat purple sapphire to the multitude of cocktail rings on Lupita Nyong’o’s fingers, bold hues dominated jewelry choices on the red carpet.

The Best Jewellery From The Met Gala 2019

Vogue: Last night's Met Gala might go down in history as the most outrageous and unashamedly fun ever.

The 2019 Met Gala’s 10 Most Memorable Jewelry Looks

JCK Online: The theme of this year’s Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute exhibit, “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” is all about theatricality...

The Most Showstopping Jewelry from the 2019 Met Gala Red Carpet

Town and Country: The Camp-themed evening brought out some seriously stunning pieces.

2019 Met Gala: The Best Jewels On The Campy Red Carpet

Forbes: With the theme “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” color was certainly something anticipated in the jewels chosen by the Met Gala guests.

Camp: Notes on Fashion, the best jewels of the 2019 Met Gala

The Jewellery Editor: With a dress code that encouraged flamboyance and excess, here are the best jewel looks where colour triumphs in creative ways at the Met Gala 2019.

Natural selection: the evolving nature of floral jewel design

Wallpaper: This week, gem-encrusted flowers are blooming in real time at Sotheby’s New York, as the auction house opens its doors to ‘In Bloom’, a selling exhibition of 75 jewellery pieces.

Jeweller Monica Vinader shines brighter

The Times: A jeweller whose designs have been worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Winslet and Gareth Southgate is celebrating after trebling her profits.

Brits have total of £6.2bn jewellery stashed away that never gets worn

The Mirror: Average lover of shiny things has £186 worth of jewellery they do not even wear, according to new research from Thorntons.

Average woman has around £186 of unworn jewellery, according to study

I News: The average woman’s jewellery box is home to around £186 of unworn earrings, necklaces, rings and bracelets, according to research.

From rainbow rocks to romantic rubies

New York Post: The 2019 jewelry trends you need to try.

Tour the world’s most glittering jewelry cities

New York Post: The Peter Marino-designed flagship (pictured) displays heritage pieces and watches, many worn by Hollywood royalty, in a first-floor gallery called Domus — make an appointment to view them.

Van Cleef & Arpels collabs with artist Arthur Hoffner for eye-popping installation

New York Post: What happens when a young, blowtorch-wielding artist meets the CEO of one of Europe’s great luxury jewelry houses?


Rebecca van Rooijen


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