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News Edit: 14 July 2019

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

Why Chaumet's bejewelled tribute to all things celestial was an astonishing masterstroke of high jewellery

The Telegraph: Chaumet got just one thing wrong with its new high jewellery collection: displaying the pieces under alarmed spotlights so that whenever anyone tried to get a close-up photo, a siren went off and the perpetrator was left red-faced.

Haute Couture Jewelry Report: A New Generation Alights

Vogue: In the wake of big anniversary celebrations at heritage houses like Boucheron, De Beers, and Cartier, this year marks yet more milestones in the world of high jewelry, with Buccellati fêting its 100th birthday and Piaget its 145th.

How high jewellery houses are reinventing traditional diamonds for modern couture clients

The Telegraph: Haute Couture Fashion week in Paris offers a glimpse of some of the world’s wealthiest jewellery customers.

The Latest Red Carpet-Ready Looks From Paris High-Jewelry Collections

Holywood Reporter: During last week’s haute couture and high jewelry presentations in Paris, Gucci debuted its inaugural high jewelry collection of roughly 200 pieces.

3 Fine Jewellery Piece We’re Still Swooning Over From Haute Couture Week

Meet the jewellery designer behind Meghan Markle’s famous ‘A’ necklace

Jewellers David M Robinson opens new Altrincham workshop ahead of 50th anniversary

Altrincham Today: Jewellers David M Robinson has opened a newly refurbished and expanded workshop in Altrincham, just in time for its 50th anniversary.

JewelFund: £1,000 grant for jewellers with Jewellers Academy

Craft Business: Award-winning founder of the Hatton Garden-based London Jewellery School, Jessica Rose has announced that she will be providing grants to jewellers in business again in 2019.

Marisa Hordern, founder of Missoma: Meghan Markle sparkle fired up profits

The Times: After selling her jewellery in Harrods and Harvey Nichols for three years, Marisa Hordern gave it all up at 30 to go travelling.

Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine on the making of Tatty Devine, the go-to statement jewellery brand

Creative Boom: Whether making a political statement or just having a little fun, jewellery brand Tatty Devine has been around for two decades (can you believe?) and is a much-loved name amongst creatives.

Gucci Spellbinds With Its First High Jewellery Collection, Hortus Deliciarum

Harpers Bazaar: Alessandro Michele's magical beasts and where to find them.

Designer Destinations: Ele Frankpitt of Phira London on why Devon is the ultimate summer destination

Evening Standard: The jewellery designer also muses on her favourite East London restaurant and why everyone should get lost in the South of France.

Caitlin Hegney selected for Craft Scotland show in Edinburgh

The Lochside Press: A jeweller from Craigendoran has been selected for this year’s Craft Scotland Summer Show in Edinburgh.

Penélope Cruz Launches Sustainable Jewellery Collection With Swarovski

Euro News: Jewellery brands are becoming increasingly conscious of environmental and ethical concerns raised in regards to sourcing diamonds, gold and gemstones.

Jackie Kennedy’s Favorite Earrings Are Back

WSJ: As the multiple-piercing look starts to litter Instagram, consider the refreshingly old-school allure of a classic disc.

New Voluntary Standard for Responsible Jewelry Production

HRW: 27 Groups Call for Improved, Transparent Certification Process.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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