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

Gucci unveils second high jewellery collection

Wallpaper: The new high jewellery collection from Gucci is a dazzling ode to the natural world.

5 Of The Most Meaningful Pieces In Kate’s Jewellery Collection

Vogue: As the wife of the future King, the Duchess of Cambridge has acquired some impressive jewellery – and frequently dips into the Queen’s unparalleled collection for formal occasions.

Diamonds in the rough – the rise of cast-not-set jewellery

FT: How a renegade approach to gem-setting went mainstream.

Gucci second collection of High Jewellery is inspired by ethereal skies

LifeStyle Asia: The High Jewellery collection is inspired the spiritual pleasure of looking at the changing skies.

Cartier Sixième Sens: a new high jewellery collection for the senses

The Week: Parisian master jeweller works with sense, sensibility and savoir faire.

The Future and The Past Combine In Cartier’s Spectacular New High Jewellery Collection

Vogue: A heritage brand must tread a fine line. On the one hand, it must be true to its core values and the motifs that made it famous.

High-End Jewellery Trends To Watch Out For

Salon Prive: Last year came and went with very little bling to show for it, yet despite the spate of virtual events, online meetings, and cancelled weddings, the future of luxury jewellery is looking bright, with bridal-related jewellery, in particular, witnessing a growth of up to 30% during quarantine.

Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts spotlights three students' jewellery design projects

Dezeen: Jewellery designed to enhance people's connection with dogs, glasses that improve with age and a jewellery prototype that resists facial recognition technology are included in our latest school show by students at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts.

Swarovski’s new jewellery is seriously fun

Wallpaper: Swarovski has a new creative director and a bold new vision that includes playful jewellery in eye-popping hues.

Making it Work: Jewellery artist makes unique and bold statement on her own terms

Business Post: Sarah Carroll Kelly set up a Shock of Grey online store during lockdown and her goal is to sell her designs in every part of the country while remaining a one-woman show.

Haute Joaillerie highlights: Earth’s Treasures

Prestige Online: Other Nature has borne us two of the world’s greatest treasures, one abundant yet fleeting, the other rare yet enduring — both eternally beautiful.

Jodie Turner-Smith Is The Face Of Gucci's New High Jewelry Collection

Elle: Gucci is leaning deeper into decadent maximalism–and Mother Nature motifs—with the second entry in the brand's High Jewelry collection, named Hortus Deliciarum, or “Garden of Delights.”

Jeweller Laings to treble size of Cardiff store and invest in Scottish workshops

Herald Scotland: Scottish family-run jeweller Laings has unveiled plans to invest £10 million over the next two years in its showrooms and workshops, enabling customers north of the Border to see watchmakers and goldsmiths in action.




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