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

Jewellers and retailers flock to digital marketplaces

FT: Companies such as Joor and Nouvelle Box take the place of the trade show due to the pandemic.

‘Sculpture to wear’: artists’ jewellery intrigues at Sotheby’s

Wallpaper: Jewellery by artists including Man Ray, Jeff Koons, Anish Kapoor and Alexander Calder is set to go under the hammer at Sotheby’s East Hampton, in a selling exhibition.

Man made diamonds explained

Wallpaper: Man made diamonds are having a moment. Whether as a sustainable alternative to classic engagement rings or as affordable diamond jewellery, synthetic diamonds are more popular than ever.

Mix and match Brilliant Earth’s engagement rings and wedding bands

Wallpaper: The new Ensemble collection from Brilliant Earth invites you to choose your own combination of engagement rings and nesting and classic wedding bands.

Dunhill unveils new men’s fine jewellery collection

Wallpaper: Dunhill’s new fine jewellery collection, Transmission, nods to the automotive history of the brand.

Ancient Jewelry Finds a Modern Fan Base

NY Times: Original, wearable pieces from the distant past, featuring unique finishes and techniques, offer inspiration for collectors and designers alike.

Boucheron’s Futuristic New High Jewelry Collection Captures Color Through Airport Runway Technology

Robb Report: This is rainbow-inspired jewelry like you've never seen before.

Semi-precious ‘hardstones’ make their way into high jewellery

FT: Their name may lack romance, but the stones are proving to be popular playmates to more costly faceted gems, providing colour and scale.

Chaumet’s 2021 high jewellery collection launches at Paris Couture Week

Wallpaper: Chaumet’s high jewellery takes inspiration from the column of Paris’ Place Vendôme.

Chaumet Twists The Old And The New In The Torsade Collection

Vogue: Architecture has long been a generous muse to the world of high jewellery, their parallels plenteous and rich: construction and light, balance and proportion, drama and impact.

Kensington & Chelsea reported second highest jewellery thefts in London during 2020

SW Londoner: Kensington & Chelsea had the second highest number of jewellery thefts reported in London during 2020, with Croydon the fourth highest, according to police data.

Have Gems, Will Travel

NY Times: Far from Paris, where the biannual high jewelry presentations are usually held, some jewelry houses took their new creations out to the world.

Saved and Remade cast: Who are the expert crafters?

Express: Saved And Remade is returning on a new network and fans are keen to find out more about the crafters. Who are the experts on Saved and Remade?

Chupi Sweetman: “Jewellery is for love, for loss and everything in between. We are in the business of hope”

The Times: The jewellery designer gave up fast fashion in the search for meaning, and now has returned to her country roots.

Cartier’s 2021 high jewellery collection launches

Wallpaper: The new Cartier collection of high jewellery is a vivid play on colour and texture.

Inside French Jewelry Brand Dangleterre:

Forbes: “I Wanted To Create Empowering Jewels For Fantastic People.”




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