News Edit


News Edit: 21 March 2021

Reading Time: 

1 min {{readingTime}} mins

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

Diana Porter: Tributes paid to Bristol jewellery designer

BBC: Tributes have been paid to influential designer Diana Porter following her death on Sunday, aged 78.

Tributes paid to Diana Porter, British jewellery queen

Bristol Post: From setting up in her front room in Bristol to becoming the most renowned jewellery designer in Britain.

In memoriam: Elsa Peretti (1940 – 2021)

Wallpaper: Elsa Peretti, the designer known for her jewellery designs for Tiffany & Co, has died age 80.

Legendary Jewellery Designer, Model & Philanthropist Elsa Peretti Has Died, Aged 80

Vogue: Elsa Peretti, designer, former model and philanthropist has died aged 80.

For The First Time, The Royal Mint Issues A Coin Featuring Britannia As A Woman Of Colour

Vogue: The helmeted warrior Britannia has personified the nation, engraved on coins holding a trident and shield with the symbolic and patriotic lion by her side, for more than 2,000 years.

Pinpoint perfection: how the brooch became an experimental art form

Apollo: ‘Boasting is out, beauty is in,’ wrote Graham Hughes in 1963. And he was one to know: as art director and curator at the Goldsmiths’ Company, he had organised the first ever international exhibition of modern jewellery at Goldsmiths’ Hall, London, two years earlier.

Queen Victoria's previously unseen mourning jewellery is up for auction in Mayfair

Tatler: The monarch's great-great-granddaughter puts an incredible collection of Victoria's personal jewels up for sale.

Why the 'casual tiara' is the new must-have for jewellery connoisseurs

The Telegraph: It's 200 years since Napoleon's death, but his wife Empress Joséphine proves a surprisingly contemporary muse for jewellery house Chaumet.

No Red Carpet Is Complete Without A Moment From This Modern Jewellery Brand

Vogue: This month marks the one-year anniversary since the UK went into a national lockdown after the world was rocked by the coronavirus pandemic in early 2020.

The Most Ornate Art Nouveau Jewelry to Add to a Collection

Town and Country: From enamel laden engagement rings to golden cameo cufflinks, there's a piece of art nouveau jewelry for everyone—whether there's a wedding on the horizon or not.

24 of the best jewellery designers for engagement rings to suit every type of bride

The Telegraph: From traditional romantics to rock'n'roll brides and vintage lovers, engagement rings to suit all styles and budgets.

The new role of brand ambassadors

Journal Haute Horlogerie: A pretty face is no longer enough, especially when it goes with an empty head.

Cambridgeshire jeweller finds growing support for independent businesses

Cambridge Independent: The pandemic has prompted an appreciation and support for small, local independent businesses, according to Oakington-based designer jeweller Claire Howieson, the founder of Histon Handmade.

What are lab-grown diamonds – and should you be swapping to them?

Luxury London: Beloved by celebrities and touted as the more ethical alternative, we get the lowdown on lab-grown diamonds.

Sustainable jewellery made from unexpected materials

Wallpaper: Sustainable jewellery brands are embracing Tetra Pak, wood and recycled glass for contemporary pieces, ranging from the precious to the affordable. Here’s our collection of the best in unexpected materials from innovative jewellers.

Jewellery Retailer Receives £150k Maven Loan

Insider Media: An online jewellery retailer has received a £150,000 loan through the MEIF Maven Debt Fund to expand and create jobs in the East Midlands.

Vanda Jacintho brings new sensuality to resin jewellery

Wallpaper: Resin jewellery takes on arresting new forms in the hands of the Brazilian jewellery designer.

Diamonds rethought by avant-garde jewellery brand Studio Renn

Wallpaper: Diamonds are cast into concrete and form sculptural swirls for Mumbai-based jewellery brand Studio Renn.

Introducing Mejuri, the affordable jewellery brand loved by the Duchess of Cambridge

The Telegraph: Oprah and the Duchess of Cambridge are fans.

The Best Statement Jewellery To Celebrate The Return Of Your Social Life

Vogue: Stylist Patricia Field chose a combination of vintage jewels and statement earrings from Kenneth Jay Lane for Mona Tougaard, Janaye Furman, Achenrin Madit and Precious Lee to wear on British Vogue’s four April 2021 covers.

The ice pack: how hip-hop jewellery became big business

FT: Rap stars have transformed the fine-jewellery market and become some of its biggest clients. We talk to the creatives bringing the OTT into the everyday.




{{'2021-03-15T21:44:44.6150000Z' | utcToLocalDate }}
comments powered by Disqus