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

Detectorist strikes gold finding 4,000-year-old jewellery in East Yorkshire field

Yorkshire Post: A metal detectorist literally struck gold when he unearthed a 4,000-year-old gold armlet in an East Yorkshire potato field.

A piece of jewellery or a work of art?

Gulf News: An exhibition highlights many of the greatest artists and designers of the 20th and 21st centuries who have turned both their thoughts and talent to jewellery.

Is Yoon Ambush the coolest jewellery designer on the planet?

Evening Standard: Designing for Kanye, partying with Bella Hadid and now rocking it at Dior Homme — Tom Ellen meets a style maverick on a mission.

De Beers to launch their complete Blockchain solution “Tracr” this year

BFocus: De Beers, world renowned global company known for its diamonds has stated that they conducted their first diamond tracking with Blockchain technology.

Jewellery designers push boundaries by mixing precious gemstones with unconventional materials

SCMP: A combination of unconventional materials transcend all boundaries of creativity giving birth to works of art.

Gemfields Hosts Ruby Masterclass Experience In Dubai

Harpers Bazaar: Jewellery specialist and author Joanna Hardy led the sessions and shared the secrets behind this fiery king of gems.

The best jewellery at Cannes Film Festival 2018

The Telegraph: Amber Heard's rubies and Lupita Nyong'o's diamonds: the best jewellery at Cannes Film Festival 2018.

We Wore What Is In Hot Water Over Allegedly Copying Jewelry Designs [Updated]

Fashionista: Over the weekend, Danielle Bernstein's new jewelry capsule with Lulu DK for Nordstrom came under fire for knocking off indie jewelry brands.

A new gem show entices the cream of contemporary jewellers to Geneva

Wallpaper: GemGenève opens its gilded doors in Geneva tomorrow


Rebecca van Rooijen


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