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News Edit: 20 October 2019

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

Paris Jewelry: Best Of The Fall Showrooms

Forbes: Alongside Paris Fashion Week earlier this month, the jewelry showrooms showcased some strong new collections from contemporary and independent designers.


Why recycling could be the biggest trend in fine jewellery, and where to go for a gemstone makeover

The Telegraph: Jewellery isn’t sustainable in the way that, say, a renewable crop might be.


This Jewelry Designer Is Shrinking Bali's Carbon Footprint

CN Traveller: John Hardy and his family are pioneers in the island's sustainable-living movement.


Meet the Australian jewellery designer who sells a piece every 10 MINUTES - after launching her popular boutique less than one year ago

Daily Mail: The jewellery designer behind a brand that was launched just 11 months ago now sells a piece every 10 minutes around the world.


Artist of the Week: Lulu Clark

B Journal: This week Brighton Journal spoke to Lulu Clark, a local jewellery designer who takes inspiration from geometric shapes, texture and form.

The best problem-free piercings

The Guardian: Visit a proper piercing shop full of heavily pierced experts who are invariably obsessed with their art.


Inside the antique-packed home of jewellery designer Didi Ilse - and why it's not a typical London interior

The Telegraph: With an address book full of treasure-filled antique shops, and an eye for rich homewares  as she travels the world, jewellery designer  Didi Ilse has created a truly eclectic  London home.


Princess Faiza and Queen Nazli of Egypt on display in Dubai

The National: The Treasures & Legends exhibition is at Les Salons Van Cleef & Arpels Dubai Opera until October 31.

Daughter given 'ugliest ring ever' after mum gifts her old engagement jewellery

The Mirror: The unusual engagement ring fell victim to savage put-downs online where it was compared to a doorknob.


How Notts mum's jewellery-making hobby turned into a growing business

Nottingham Post: Laura Young has now been nominated for a Women in Business Award.


Marks & Spencer has just launched a jewellery advent calendar for £19.50

Good Housekeeping: It's the perfect pre-Christmas gift.


Missoma is launching a jewellery advent calendar this Christmas

Evening Standard: The brand is also loved by the likes of Gigi Hadid, Sophie Turner, Vanessa Hudgens and more...


The Item I Wear to Death: My Margaret Cross Jewelry

Marie Claire: These pieces have special meanings in my life.


This Conscious Jewelry Brand Is Redefining Wearable Wellness

Forbes: The $4.2 trillion wellness industry isn't exactly new.


Antiques Roadshow: 'Really rare!' Expert gobsmacked at valuation of giant Aquamarine jewel

Express: Antiques Roadshow was back and while tonight's episode got off to a slow start, it ended with a whopping valuation.


Why the Queen Chose Not to Wear the Imperial State Crown at the Annual Opening of Parliament

Vanity Fair: There were a couple other instances in which she eschewed the big crown, but they were unusual circumstances.


Human remains and ‘lavish’ jewels unearthed at ancient burial site in Lincolnshire

Skegness Standard: Archaeologists have been left stunned by the findings - which include 50 graves containing human remains, jewellery and weaponry.



Rebecca van Rooijen


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