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

Coachella 2019: The most beautiful jewelry spotted on models at the festival

Vogue: From seashell earrings to wild necklaces, take a look at some of the most beautiful jewelry looks spotted at the first weekend of the most fashion-forward festival out there.

Artist recreates exiled dictator's treasure trove in 3D—but what happened to the originals?

Art Newspaper: Pio Abad and Frances Wadsworth Jones's replicas of jewels smuggled into Hawaii by Imelda Marcos are displayed at the Honolulu Biennial alongside the social services they could have paid for.

Nigora Tabayer’s The Eye Collection is a Cultural Take on High Jewelry

Official USA: Meet the up-and-coming jewelry designer who recently debuted her fine jewelry collection at Paris Fashion Week.

T&C Exclusive: The New Owner of an Iconic American Jewel is Revealed

Town and Country: The beloved aquamarine and ruby Paul Flato necklace once belonged to Cole Porter.

The five high-end jewellery pieces you'd never know were smart

The national: Wearable technology has come on leaps and bounds since the first clunky watches and futuristic glasses came on the scene.

Cool Jewelry Inspired by Frida Kahlo

NY Times: The artist was debilitated throughout her life by a spinal injury, and heaping on trinkets was a way of arming herself against pain.

15 Jewellery Designers To Follow On Instagram

Harpers Bazaar: The sparkliest accounts to inspire your jewellery box.

Check Out The Dior Men’s Summer 2019 Jewelry Collection Now

Augustman: The Dior men’s jewelry collection for summer 2019 is unique for a couple of reasons.

With Clean Origin, Three Industry Veterans Bet On Lab-Grown Diamonds Sold Online As The Future Of Jewelry

Forbes: Clean Origin is what happens when three deeply-embedded jewelry industry executives put their heads together to create a business aimed at the future of the jewelry market—Millennials and GenZ customers.

Cleveland Institute of Art delves into ‘Beautiful & Grotesque’ art and jewelry of William Harper

Cleveland: It’s beyond debate that the late, great John Paul Miller was one of the most important artists this city ever produced.

Laguna Beach jewelry designer goes for the gold in international competition

LA Times: With bottles of boron and sulfur covering a wooden work desk, Adam Neeley’s studio on Coast Highway in Laguna Beach may look like it was made for chemistry, not jewelry design.

The most dazzling diamonds – and other jewels – seen at the Star Awards 2019

CAN Luxury: Sheila Sim was radiant in almost S$6 million worth of Chanel High Jewellery, while Jesseca Liu shone in S$2.4 million of Tiffany & Co. rocks.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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