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News Edit: 18 October 2020

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

Collecting guide: David Webb jewellery

Christies: Best known for his zebra and frog bangles, the American jeweller David Webb has long been a favourite with movie stars and fashion icons for jewels that combine ancient motifs, bold colours and fabulous beasts.

Fresh SMU grad gets chance to shine at jewellery retailer

Straits Times: Last year, Ms Cheryl Tan decided to take up an internship in her final year of studies at Singapore Management University, delaying her graduation by six months.

Cheating husband exposed by simple mistake in front of jewellery store employee

Honey Nine: A cheating husband has been exposed after buying gifts for his wife and mistress at the same jewellery store.

Hublot Reveals Stunning Haute Joaillerie Collection 2020

Haute Time: Always known for pushing the boundaries of innovation, Hublot has brought Haute Horlogerie and Haute Joaillerie (high jewelry) together to reveal three magnificent high jewelry timepieces: Big Bang Unico High Jewellery, Spirit of Big Bang High Jewellery and Classic Fusion High Jewellery.

Video shows burglar crawling on floor as jewellery worth thousands of pounds is stolen from Grantham antiques store

Grantham Journal: Jewellery worth thousands of pounds was stolen from an antiques store in Grantham town centre on Sunday evening.

Young Bedford jeweller launches Kickstarter project

Bedford Independent: A young jeweller from Bedford is almost halfway to hitting her crowdfunding target to help her grow her fledgling business.

Jewelry Ad Featuring Interfaith Couple Sparks Outrage in India

NY Times: The jeweler withdrew its forty-three second advertisement after Hindu nationalists accused the company of promoting “love jihad” on social media.

6 Jewelry Trends to Invest In for Winter

Harpers Bazaar: Let the fractured light from diamonds and crystals keep you warm through the cold months.

Poised and Principled: Meet On Jewellery 2020’s Cover Star, Francesca Hayward

Vanity Fair: The Royal Ballet star on living in the movement.

Contemporary And Antique Jewels To Sparkle At ‘TEFAF Online’ Art Fair

Forbes: The European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF) will be hosting an online fair November 1 - 4 with two preview days on October 30 – 31.

Jewellery brand continues European growth with new Covent Garden boutique

B Daily: An independent jewellery business is set for further growth with the launch of a new boutique in the heart of Covent Garden.

Asian jewellery specialist launches partnership with renowned Blackburn firm

Lancashire Telegraph: London Jeweller PureJewels, which supplies high purity gold and platinum jewellery mainly to the British Asian market, has launched its first ‘authorised’ retail partnership with Ainsworth Jewellers.

The most stylish letter jewellery to shop now

The Times: Your A to Z of this season’s hottest jewellery trend (literally), by Jessica Diamond.

Boyfriend whose partner lost her £29,000 diamond when it FELL OUT of her ring at Victoria station sues jewellers

Daily Mail: A businessman is suing a jewellers' after a £29,000 yellow diamond he gave his girlfriend for Christmas was lost when it fell out of her ring.

New details announced for Baselworld replacement

The Jeweller: Organiser MCH Group has announced further details of HourUniverse, the trade fair and digital platform that is set to replace the now-defunct Baselworld, including launch dates and new features.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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