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News Edit:18 April 2021

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

Grand National 2021: NI silversmith designs winner's trophy

BBC: It is the world's most famous horse race and Northern Ireland will be represented on the winner's podium no matter who comes first.

Grand National trophy's Northern Ireland designer hails 'amazing' win

Belfast Telegraph: Top Northern Ireland designer and silversmith Cara Murphy - who designed the stunning trophy presented to Grand National-winning Irish jockey Rachael Blackmore - has said she hopes her work will inspire a new generation of creative artists here.

All That Glitters: meet the judges joining Katherine Ryan on the jewellery talent show

Hello: The new competition series has been described as Bake Off for jewellery.

A new show celebrating fine jewellery design is coming to the BBC

Harpers Bazaar: Hunting for the next big jewellery designer.

Goossens: historic couture jeweller opens in London

The Week: Longtime collaborator of Chanel, the famous goldsmith has set up home in Mayfair.

Intergalactic: Van Cleef & Arpels looks to the skies

The Week: President and CEO Nicolas Bos explains the brand’s starry inspirations.

‘A woman of almost awesome chic’ — the dazzling Elsa Peretti

Christies: The fearless designer wowed 1970s New York with her brilliantly inventive jewellery — from the bone cuff to the bean pendant, the open heart necklace to the mesh scarf. Christie’s specialist Marie-Cécile Cisamolo pays tribute to a true original.

My Favourite Pieces: Designs that display the art of storytelling

FT: Art jewellery collector Susan Cummins likes to get under the skin of makers to understand their processes

Jeweller Suzanne Kalan creates seductive black sapphire collection

Wallpaper: Baguette-cut sapphires are irregularly placed in the new 25-piece jewellery collection from Suzanne Kalan.

All That Glitters review — another talent show. At least there’s no cooking

The Times: There can’t be many human skills left that haven’t been tossed into the ravenous maw of the talent-competition sausage machine to churn out yet another identikit winner for whom the trophy means “the world”.

Hallmarking of gold jewellery to be mandatory from June 1

Financial Express: The government said on Tuesday it is fully prepared to implement compulsory hallmarking of gold jewellery and artefacts from June 1, amid rumours that the scheme’s rollout could be delayed.

Sapphires and steel: industrial materials show their mettle

FT: From carbon fibre to aluminium, alternatives to precious metals are making their mark in high jewellery.

The most precious good-luck charms to add a whimsical touch to your jewellery collection

The Telegraph: This spring's fresh crop of fine jewellery is full of talismanic power. Plus, check out the new addition to Cartier's toolbox.

Lockdown jewellery hobby blossoms into business for Mansfield woman

Chad: A Mansfield woman has turned her lockdown hobby making handmade jewellery into a blooming business.

Bling it on! The judges hunting for Britain’s next star jeweller

The Telegraph: Host Katherine Ryan and the team behind new BBC show ‘All That Glitters’ reveal what it will take to win TV's latest competition.

Boucheron's Creative Director Claire Choisne On Making High Jewellery Accessible For Everyone

Asia Tatler: For her latest high jewellery collection, creative director Claire Choisne delves into Boucheron’s art deco archives and makes an argument that gems can be genderless.

Why museums bring more than kudos for jewellers

FT: Designers have enjoyed both critical and commercial success from having their work on show at prestigious institutions.

Dior’s new watch and jewellery collection: bold colour and fluid design

Wallpaper: Seven watches and eleven pieces of jewellery make up the Gem Dior collection from creative director of Dior Joaillerie, Victoire de Castellane.

Birthstone jewellery to enjoy in April and beyond

Wallpaper: Enjoy our alternative edit of birthstone jewellery featuring April’s birthstone, the diamond.

Jewellery industry makes slow progress on responsible supply chains

FT: Activists remain concerned with human rights and environmental issues as part of the mining process.

Mom-and-pop jewellery shops promote personal touch in fight for survival

FT: Challenges grow for US family businesses to compete with big-box and online rivals.

Dominic Jones Is Reissuing His Darkly Romantic Debut Jewellery Collection

Another: As the award-winning jewellery designer returns to his breakthrough 2009 collection, Jones speaks to AnOther about finding inspiration in nature.

Reopening sales sparkle for jewellery giant Beaverbrooks

Business Live: Beaverbrooks reopened 58 stores in England on April 12.




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