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News Edit: 21th February 2021

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

French town of Vendome sells its name to world's biggest luxury group LVMH for €10,000

The Telegraph: Town in the Loir-et-Cher has sold the rights to its name for jewellery products in move critics say is selling its soul for cheap.

The Brand | The lab-grown diamond label here to transform the jewellery industry

Harpers Bazaar: The designers behind the royal-approved Kimaï outline their eco-friendly approach.

New CEO of De Beers shares her business wisdom: listen more and judge less

The Telegraph: Céline Assimon, the house's first female CEO, discusses the future of luxury, the importance of purpose, and how failure helped her to grow.

Chelmsford mum launches Sophinity jewellery in honour of her two daughters

In Your Area: Deborah King designs her jewellery to include the initials of her two daughters.

Tributes to world-renowned jeweller after death aged 84

Express and Star: One of the last of the old-style ‘jobbing’ jewellers has died at the age of 84.

Jessie Thomas interview: meet the London jeweller who makes affordable luxury

The Week: Chelsea-based goldsmith is carving out a glittering career with her dainty wearable designs.

London Fashion Week AW21: what to expect from the digital showcase

Fashion United: Pre-2020, the day before London Fashion Week would see buyers, press and influencers organising their tickets and schedule for the week ahead, however, the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic means that this season’s autumn/winter 2021 collections will be showcase entirely digitally.

The Allure of High Jewelry Still Remains Strong During the Pandemic

Town and Country: The highest form of jewelry art represents more than just fantasy and dreams.

Isle of Man Viking jewellery found by metal detectorist

BBC: A "stunning" collection of 1,000-year-old gold and silver Viking jewellery has been discovered on the Isle of Man by a metal detectorist.

La Manso Is a New Jewelry Label Beloved by Bella Hadid, Dua Lipa, and Miley Cyrus

Harpers Bazaar: The Barcelona-based brand is getting buzz for its bold, bright plastic rings.

Meet The Tech-Jewelry Mash-Up Your Zoom Calls Have Been Waiting For

Forbes: Minimalist jewelry label Misho presents easy chic earrings with a lockdown superpower: they’re also designed to hold your AirPods in place.

Hanzer Liccini fuse intrepid typography with clever jewellery design

Creative Boom: In a fascinating coalescence of type and product design, alongside a continuation of its experimental typographic practice, Studio Hanzer Liccini has bridged the gap between typography and jewellery in its typeface designed for Berlin-based jewellery company Miglė and its latest Letterchain collection.

Mother and daughter team behind Aberdeenshire’s SilverStory are adapting in lockdown to grow online sales

Evening Express: Jewellery can elevate any outfit and make a statement that will not be missed.

Watch: Moment police raid illegal nightclub and discover 'Covid Arms' pub in West Midlands

The Telegraph: West Midlands Police have released footage showing Covid rule-breakers as thermal imaging captured partygoers trying to flee via the roof.

Daughter of Tiffany silversmith who designed the Lombardi Trophy

Daily Mail: …demands Tom Brady apologize for throwing it during wild Super Bowl celebrations because he 'insulted' her family's legacy.

‘Stardust’ Dramatizes The High Jewelry Of Frederick Zaavy In Luxurious New Book

Forbes: Jewelry history sparkles with true tales of gem trader-jewelers like Jean-Baptiste Tavernier, who was the gem dealer to King Louis XIV, and Jacques Cartier, whose ingenious gem hunting built his family firm into a global luxury jewelry powerhouse.

Claddagh ring inspired by gay pride saved business, says jeweller Níall McNelis

The Times: A Galway jeweller has credited the popularity of a new Claddagh ring inspired by the gay pride rainbow flag with saving his business.

Jessica McCormack’s “Day Diamonds” Are Modern Heirlooms – And An A-List Favourite

Vogue: Mayfair jeweller Jessica McCormack would love to see her signature “day diamonds” on the Queen – “no one’s got a better jewellery collection,” she says – and Kamala Harris – “her pearl game is incredible”.

Demand rises for mood-lifting jewellery using vibrant colours

FT: Previously perceived as fast fashion, neon is now rubbing shoulders with precious stones in expensive designs.

What does nature have to do with how jewellers shape their creations?

CAN Luxury: What if you could hold the world’s most magnificent creations in the palm of your hand? These breathtaking jewellery creations honour some of nature’s intriguing wonders.

A Landmark Royal Jewellery Auction Is Coming To Sotheby’s

Vogue: Girl Guide badges are traditionally awarded in the shape of embroidered fabric patches. Patricia Mountbatten, later 2nd Countess Mountbatten of Burma, however, received her emblems in the shape of gold, enamelled medallions that were fastened to the links of a bracelet rather than the ordinary sash.

Tatler's Jewellery Editor makes the case for enamel jewellery in 20 dazzling pieces

Tatler: Charlie Miller presents her wish list of the most desirable fine jewellery with enamel detailing. Whether jet black or brightly hued, enamel adds a superbly glossy framework to important stones (see Boodles), or a modern accent to precious metals.

Emefa Cole’s understated and opulent jewellery

Wallpaper: The experimental jewellery designer is inspired by naural phenomena and the past.




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