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

Old-cut diamonds and fantastical gems: TEFAF Maastricht's unmissable jewels

The Telegraph: It may be a royal pain to get to, but TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair) in Maastricht, the Netherlands, is worth the trip.

Steeple Bumpstead goldsmith with Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery wins industry 'Oscar'

HaverHill Echo: A jeweller from Steeple Bumpstead has won a gold award in The Goldsmiths’ Craft & Design Council Awards 2019, the industry’s ‘Jewellery Oscars'.

Kate Middleton has a collection of earrings from just one designer worth £47k

Express: Kate Middleton, 37, is the Duchess of Cambridge and wife of Prince William, 36. She lives in Kensington Palace with her husband and three children, and has been a royal since her wedding in 2011.

Lovers' Eyes: Jewelry's Sexiest Sub-Genre, Luxuriously Reinterpreted By Ana Katarina

Forbes: The origin of lover’s eye jewelry dates back more than 230 years to King George III’s reign, during which his son, the Prince of Wales (later George IV), became besotted by Roman Catholic, twice-widowed Maria Fitzherbert.

Meghan's VERY meaningful jewellery collection

Daily Mail: Duchess sported £3.4K worth of accessories including her 'mummy' baby shower necklace and ethically-sourced rings for a surprise appearance with Harry.

Solange Azagury-Partridge's Latest Jewelry Collection Embodies Luxurious Artistry

Forbes: “With my jewelry,” London-based jewelry designer Solange Azagury-Partridge says, “it’s never mere adornment. I like to design pieces that are far more precious than they may initially appear.”

How to See the Next Jewelry Masterpiece

Town and Country: Lauren Adriana is the name to know in high jewelry—and her one-of-a-kind pieces are sold by appointment only.

The designer turning trash metals into jewellery

BBC: Aanchal Sukhija is a sustainable fashion designer, who collects and recycles waste from Indian kabadiwallas (garbage buyers) and turns it into jewellery.

How Buccellati Jewellery Is Being Reinvented By The Next Generation Of Designers

The Times: From the royals to Rihanna, there’s a loyal following for the house’s famous engraved jewellery.

How Missoma developed into the booming jewellery label that it is today

Harpers Bazaar: We sat down with founder Marisa Hordern to talk influencer collaborations and overnight success.

Meet The Makers At MADE London's Latest Design And Craft Fair

Londonist: Ready to get serious about beautiful design? MADE London — the capital's roaming design and craft fair — is back, bringing together fashion and homeware from 100 handpicked makers under one glittering glass roof.

Sofia Zakia: A Collection Of Feminine and Fierce Jewelry

Forbes: Here is the third in my series of entrepreneurial women in jewelry in celebration of International Women's Day.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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