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News Edit: 6 September 2020

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

Van Cleef & Arpels’ transformable jewellery

The Peak Magazine: The brand’s lyrical inventiveness is a magical element that’s ever present throughout its creations.

Katherine Ryan to host a TV jewellery show

Chortle: All That Glitters seeks Britain's top designers.

De Beers expects diamond sales to rebound in October-December

The Week: India was one of the strongest markets for De Beers in 2019.

Roads shut as iconic 117-year-old Jewellery Quarter clock dismantled for 'extensive restorations'

Birmingham Mail: The historic landmark will be removed from the roundabout at the junction of Warstone Lane and Vyse Street.

All the Ways We're Loving Chunky Gold Jewelry

Harpers Bazaar: This jewelry trend is here to stay.

Michelle Obama’s necklace and the power of political jewellery — from suffragettes to a secretary of state

The Conversation: The necklace worn by Michelle Obama while addressing the Democratic National Convention — a fine gold chain spelling out the word VOTE in spaced, sans serif letters — has gone viral.

Meghan and Harry accused of leaking Queen's jewels security secrets for Finding Freedom

Express: Harry and Meghan are at the centre of a Buckingham Palace security lapse after a book about their split from the House of Windsor told where and how the Queen stored her priceless jewellery collection.

An exclusive look at Fabergé’s first high jewellery collaboration

FT: London-based James Ganh is the first featured designer to collaborate with Fabergé on a high jewellery collection – one that’s full of surprises.

GemGenève Jewelry And Gem Fair Canceled Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

Forbes: The global coronavirus pandemic has caused the cancellation of another jewelry show. This time it’s GemGenève, an exclusive international event for dealers and collectors of important gems and vintage jewels.

Lion passant is the hallmark of quality silver says Sheffield expert

Sheffield Telegraph: A friend recently asked me to look at a silver tea service he had acquired in a distant relative’s will.

How top celebrity jeweller raked in £10m with clients like Floyd Mayweather and AJ Tracey

Metro: If there’s one thing you can be certain that celebrities love to buy, it’s jewellery.

Art Deco at 100: Jewelry Can’t Get Enough

NY Times: The style’s strong architectural lines have never been more compelling.

Tiffany boss cheers improved August sales for the jewellery firm

Standard: Tiffany & Co has cheered August sales growth, with its chief executive pointing to “encouraging trends” for the jewellery retailer which was hurt in the first half by the Covid-19 crisis.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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