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News Edit: 22 April 2018

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

MVRDV takes you inside a bejewelled bulgari bracelet with immersive installation at milan design week

DesignBoom: MVRDV collaborates with bulgari to create an installation based on three defining elements of design.

Doing the bright thing in our terraced family home

The Guardian: Light, airy and full of colour, French jeweller Raphaele Canot’s London house is a treasure trove of precious memories

The inside story of Antiques Roadshow’s £1 million find

Radio Times: A small regimental emblem causes a storm on this week’s Antiques Roadshow, one of the most valuable items ever featured

The story of Nelson's most treasured possession, now recreated and on show

The Telegraph: The Levant – roughly comprising what are now Syria, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon and bits of Turkey and Egypt.

Net-A-Porter Launches Fine Jewellery & Watches Online Emporium

Luxury London: Net-A-Porter is launching a new online destination for fine jewellery and watches.

This Startup Is Tackling Human Trafficking By Training Women In 3D-Printed Jewelry Design

Forbes: Right now there are 24.9 million people trapped in modern-day slavery, according to the ILO.

Old School Jewelry Heists Are on the Rise—And Celebrities Are the Target

Town & Country: Stickups, smash-and-grabs, and inside jobs: Why all the high-tech security can't stop them.



Rebecca van Rooijen


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