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News Edit: 17 February 2019

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

BAFTAs 2019: Jewellery

Vogue: From pearls, diamonds and emeralds to a whole host of different styles, cuts and designers see below the jewellery that swept the red carpet during the BAFTAs 2019.

Grammys 2019: Jewellery

Vogue: From Tiffany to Messika and diamonds to emeralds - see below the jewellery worn at the Grammys 2019.

Louis Vuitton's Jewellery Designer Is Launching Her Own Line

BoF: Called Thief and Heist, Francesca Amfitheatrof's drop-driven concept aims to shake up the dusty business of branded jewellery.

Glasgow designers unveil medal ahead of European Athletics Indoor Championships

Evening Times: The medal design for a major European athletics competition has been unveiled after being designed by an artist in residence at the Glasgow School of Art.

The art dealer making jewellery from e-waste

BBC: Eliza Walter, 26, works as a gallery manager for a post-war and contemporary art gallery in Mayfair.

Meet Valérie Messika, the jewellery designer loved by Beyoncé, Kristen Stewart and Gigi Hadid

The Times: The Parisian has led the charge to democratise diamonds. Alice Cavanagh catches up with her.

Oscar de la Renta Will Make You Fall in Love With Hair Jewels

Vogue: The Oscar de la Renta woman has always been well-traveled.

Art to wear: From jewellery to clothes, a new crop of Indian designers rewriting rules of fashion

Financial Times: For instance, a scorpion brooch has been constructed by minute parts of watches from the 1820s, beetle wings and crayfish shell claws, and a spider brooch has been pieced together with precision from antique watch parts sourced from all over the world.

How jewellery investors turned a profit thanks to Meghan Markle's art deco tiara

The Telegraph: Valentine's Day always causes a spike in sales of rings and jewellery for loved ones, but a growing number of people are making purchases as an investment.

Why The One Per Cent Are Buying Their Jewellery Via Whatsapp

The Times: This retail platform is changing the way we shop for luxury.

The Many Shapes Of Italian Gold Jewels

Forbes: The “Made in Italy” symbol is much more than a merchandise mark. Italian products are revered the world over for design, style, workmanship and structural integrity.

Everything Can Be Worn: The Uncomfortable Jewellery of Lisa Walker

Broadsheet: The world-renowned artist sees potential in everything, from shoes, Lego and mobile phones, to egg beaters and dead animals.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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