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News Edit: 16 August 2020

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

Israeli Jewellery Company Designs 'World's Most Expensive' Coronavirus Face Mask Worth $1.5M

Independent: An Israeli jewellery company is designing what it says will be the most expensive coronavirus face mask.

‘I like the idea of a powerful mother and daughter linked by style’

FT: Boucheron creative director Claire Choisne on why heirloom pieces – from perfumes to jewels – are the most precious things in life.

When Dior Joaillerie Met The Colourful World of Tie-Dye...

Harpers Bazaar: The French luxury Maison incorporates a fun twist into its newest Haute Joaillerie collection.

Digitization Revives The Essence Of Haute Couture During COVID-19

Salon Prive: The new and innovative HAUTE COUTURE GOES ONLINE format has once more revived the base essence of what couture is truly about.

Gold jewellery is a true staple – here are 30 pieces to shop now

Harpers Bazaar: Including our favourite under-the-radar brands.

Kate Middleton supported a local brand by donning new 'bohemian' £62 gold hoop earrings by a Welsh female designer for a day of engagements

Daily Mail: The Duchess of Cambridge showcased her support for local businesses yesterday by donning a pair of earrings by a Welsh jewellery designer, as she and Prince William made a series of visits in the country.

Caitlin Hegney to feature in Goldsmiths’ Centre showcase

The Lochside Press: An artist jeweller based in Helensburgh is featuring in Shine 2020, the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s annual new talent showcase in jewellery and silversmithing.

Jewel citizenship: Scots developers on exactly how their treasures of a suggestion have actually ended up being record-breakers around the globe

Play Crazt Game: When super star Katy Perry published a selfie on Instagram lately she stayed promptly recognisable regardless of her face mask.

Mejuri is the cool-girl jewellery label making chains that Normal People’s Connell would approve of

Vogue: The brand was founded by third generation jeweler, Noura Sakkijha.

Design The silversmith Bertel Gardberg was St. Bertel, the patron of artisans, for whom plastic was a curse phrase – the exhibition protests towards the present reindeer herding tradition

Pledge times: The exhibition presenting Bertel Gardberg’s life’s work fits well into the crypt of the Cathedral.

The best timeless gold coin necklaces that will instantly update your look

Woman and Home: The most timeless jewellery trend ever - and it doesn’t cost a fortune...

India's exports of gems, jewellery slump 38% in July - trade council

Reuters: India’s gems and jewellery exports fell 38% in July from a year ago to $1.36 billion as shipments of cut and polished diamonds plunged because of the novel coronavirus, a trade organisation said on Thursday.

KOPI Jewellery Boutique / NOKE Architects

Arch Daily: When walking into KOPI boutique in Warsaw, one can immediately feel like in a luxurious Moroccan tent in the middle of a desert. Natalia Kopiszka, the designer and founder of the brand, found the inspiration to create this unique interior during her travels to Morocco and French Riviera.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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