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

The Stars’ Favourite Everyday Fine Jewellery Brand Is Popping Up In London

Vogue: A giant jewellery box has landed on South Molton Street, the gateway between the bustle of Oxford Street and the luxury of Mayfair. Open until Sunday, the chic, Scandi-style pop-up store is the brainchild of Mejuri, the everyday fine jewellery brand beloved by everyone from Ariana Grande and Billie Eilish to Emily Ratajkowski and the Duchess of Cambridge.

All About the New Bvlgari’s Magnifica 2021 High Jewellery and High-End Watch Collection

Prestige Online: Aone of a kind – It’s not just another collection from the Roman Jeweller. But, Bvlgari’s Magnifica is the most superior combination of the world’s rarest gems, incomparable craftsmanship and excellent designs of a modern concept.

Looks Like 2021's Favourite Print Trend Has Finally Come For Our Jewellery Collections Too

Elle: The checkerboard print, favoured by fashion, beauty and homeware brands alike, has entered the jewellery realm.

Charlie Mackesy has teamed up with British jewellery brand Loquet

GQ Magazine: If your hot boy summer medallion isn’t imbued with a message of positivity, you’re wearing the wrong one.

Win your dream date night in Covent Garden worth £10,000

Luxury London: To celebrate the opening of its new Covent Garden flagship, fine jewellery brand Vashi is offering one lucky winner a very special evening in the capital.

Robert Longo and Lizworks’ new jewellery reflects on the state of the nation

Wallpaper: Robert Longo and Liz Swig have unveiled two limited edition pieces, the rose and the bullet hole.

Ocean diamonds: a sustainable jewellery choice?

Wallpaper: In line with World Ocean Day (Tuesday 8 June), Āzlee has launched a collection of jewellery featuring diamonds responsibly sourced from the ocean.

Floating jewellery maker to visit Whitchurch and Ellesmere this week

Boarder Counties Advertiser: A jewellery maker with a twist will be floating into Whitchurch and Ellesmere this week as part of a UK-wide canal tour.

Scots mums making jewellery from own breast milk in 'mad scientist' kitchen lab

Daily Record: The elegant jewellery, which is designed not to be 'mumsy' or twee, costs around £180 for sterling silver, and £280 for gold, and each piece takes around two weeks to make.

Santi by Krishna Choudhary: jewellery with narrative

The Week: Ancestral treasures shape contemporary designs in the hands of the jeweller.

Jeweller based in Gozo to be featured in British Vogue

Newsbook: Jewelry made by Tara Lois, who currently lives in Gozo, will appear in the British Vogue August edition, both in print and online.

Lessons in Leadership from Laura Lambert, founder of Fenton jewellery

Harpers Bazaar: The founder shares the secrets behind the successful business she steered through the pandemic.

From bullets to bangles: Artisans make jewellery from war remnants

Phnompenh Post: In the craft alley of Wat Bo Road located in a part of downtown Siem Reap that was once bustling with tourists, a social enterprise workshop employs local craftsmen who are turning used bullet shells into modern jewellery under the name Chan Alanka.




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