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News Edit 20 May 2018

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

Meghan Markle Wore The Most Beautiful Tiara With Her Wedding Dress

Elle: Although—no lie—we were waiting with baited breath to see Meghan Markle step out in her wedding dress at Windsor Castle, we have also been waiting for the other big reveal of the night: her tiara.

A close-up look at Meghan Markle’s wedding jewellery

The Telegraph: An old pair of Cartier earrings, a new bracelet (also by Cartier), a borrowed tiara from the Queen's collection and, as part of her evening look, a blue cocktail ring that belonged to Princess Diana


The guests' best jewellery at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding

The Telegraph: From Amal Clooney's earrings to Serena Williams' vintage Bulgari.


New £2m project to regenerate Jewellery Quarter

Birmingham Mail: Work starts on giving new life to buildings in historic manufacturing quarter and launching a programme of heritage activities.


Designer’s accidental racy jewellery

News AU: A London-based jewellery designer has the internet in stitches after releasing this design which, ahem, looks a lot like a part of the female anatomy.


Nature’s finest: the best luxury animal jewellery

The Times: Indulge in some fun and fabulous – but certainly not furry – bejewelled creatures this summer


The rise of pastel gemstones

The Telegraph: With feminine pink-coloured morganites and blue aquamarines, this pastel gemstone collection is charmingly effortless and stylish


A veritable goldmine: why the inaugural Gem Genève International did not disappoint

The Telegraph: Egg-sized opals, ‘galaxy’ diamonds that look like crushed onyx, trays of orange and candy pink conch and melo pearls, plus more vintage and antique jewellery than you could possibly hope to view in a lifetime


Making the cut: Nayla Hayek of Harry Winston

The Times: Nayla Hayek is not only the CEO of Harry Winston, the world-famous jewellery brand, but also the chairwoman of the Swatch Group, founded by her father. Joanne Glasbey meets a rare gem.



Rebecca van Rooijen


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