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

Black designers gain impetus in year of reckoning

FT: Despite greater opportunities and strong networks, funding is among challenges that remain.

Shaun Leane: All That Glitters proves TV gold for the industry

FT: The jeweller and judge on the British talent show says its educational impact has been huge

My Favourite Pieces: Contemporary crafts with the power to surprise

FT: Consultant and collector Helen Drutt is most impressed by jewellery that stops her in her tracks

These everyday hoops are made from recycled metals

Wallpaper: Bar Jewellery’s new collection is both sustainable and chic, featuring everyday hoop earrings with a twist

Heaven on Earth

Bankok Post: Chopard embraces Paradise for inspiration

Goblet celebrating Scots drive for ethical silver among stars of new exhibition

The National: A Goblet inspired by the weights on railway signals and handcrafted from ethically sourced silver will be among the beautiful pieces in an exhibition celebrating Scottish jewellery and silversmithing.

Dow Today – Ethical bling: Pandora will no longer use mined diamonds | Business and Economy News

Fintach Zoom: Pandora, which makes more pieces of jewellery than any other jeweller in the world, is taking an ethical stand against mined diamonds and using only the ones manufactured in labs.

All that glitters: why lab-made gems might not be an ethical alternative

The Guardian: Switching to synthetic gems may have environmental upsides but it could harm the very communities consumers worry about

New mentorship for emerging jewellers from diverse backgrounds

Wallpaper: The Natural Diamond Council partners with British jeweller Roxanne Rajcoomar-Hadden for a mentoring and networking programme that supports ten budding designers from diverse backgrounds to help them break into the industry

Lookbook: Cartier's High Jewellery Collection, Sixième Sens

Tatler Asia: Cartier unveils its latest collection, Sixième Sens, which celebrates the soulful art of high jewellery and its unique power of stimulating one’s emotions

Jeweller creates necklaces and rings from the teeth of dead loved ones

Get Surrey: Jacqui Williams sells handcrafted pieces that incorporate the remains of the dead

Teeth jewelry: The creepy new way to remember loved ones

NY Post: Braces yourself for this new style of macabre jewelry that incorporates the teeth of dead loved ones.

Ethically-sourced silver used to craft Scottish Goldsmith’s Trust award winner’s creation

The Edinburgh Reporter: Among the beautiful pieces in an exhibition celebrating Scottish jewellery and silversmithing will be a handcrafted silver goblet inspired by the weights on railway signals.

Woman convicted of £4.2m diamond theft at luxury UK jewellers

The Guardian: Lulu Lakatos, who posed as expert to value gems at Boodles store, given five and a half years in prison.

High jewellery: The priceless pieces that launched during Paris Couture Week

The National News: At the event, which is more than just clothes, storied houses unveiled new bejewelled masterpieces.

Jewellers return to the red carpet

The FT: Last year’s cancellation of VIP events because of the pandemic also forced a pivot to new business initiatives

Van Cleef & Arpels’ high jewellery ballerinas are an ode to dance

Wallpaper: High jewellery becomes fluid with Van Cleef & Arpels’ ballerina clips, which capture the movement of dance in gold and precious stones

Our Pick Of The Best Star Jewellery

The Times: It’s officially sparkle season — and stars are the jewellery charm of the moment

Sardinia’s summer jewellery exhibition promises to delight

Wallpaper: Visit the Rossana Orlandi gallery in Sardinia’s Porto Cervo to discover chic and sustainable jewellery design

Black Jewelry Designers To Be Spotlighted At Sotheby’s In Spectacular Sale

Forbes: Sotheby's New York has teamed up with jewelry editor and author Melanie Grant for its first-ever selling exhibition dedicated to Black contemporary jewelry designers.

A New Exhibition Celebrating Black Jewelry Designers Is Coming to New York

Vogue: It’s no secret that the glittering world of haute joaillerie has traditionally favored ‘Africa-inspired’ design over designers of African descent.

A S$1.8m diamond necklace and other treasures on show in Singapore

CAN Luxury: Hermes is holding its first high jewellery exhibition in Singapore at Liat Towers from Jul 29 to Aug 8.

22 of the most dazzling new High Jewellery pieces to covet

Tatler: At Paris Haute Couture Week, alongside catwalks debuting show-stopping gowns, historic jewellery houses unveiled their new High Jewellery masterpieces in the boutiques and showrooms of the Place Vendôme.




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