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

Why I’m throwing my jewellery into the Thames

FT: Mudlarker and treasure-maker Ruth Tomlinson explains why she’s returning her latest collection to its source.

Angelina Jolie takes jewellery criticism on the chin

The Times: She wore a vial of his blood around her neck when married to Billy Bob Thornton and now Angelina Jolie has once again bemused jewellers by wearing a “chin cuff” at a premiere of her film Eternals.

We got Angelina chin cuffs too

The Times: The actress’s lip-to-chin ring has caused a stir. Two writers try it out.

Buying Ethically Sourced Diamonds and Where to Find Them

The Market Herald: Although the diamond industry is tainted with historical and ongoing human rights transgressions, environmental harm and conflict, jewellers have advanced to market unethically sourced diamonds.

The Best 2021 High Jewellery Selection

Prestige Online: This year’s been gloomy, but jewels are shining as bright as ever. We weigh in on this year’s most spectacular collections to find out how and why high jewellery remains the most aspirational of luxury goods.

Holland America Line selects Starboard Cruise Services as fleetwide retail partner

Moodie Davitt Report: Holland America Line has named LVMH company Starboard Cruise Services as its fleetwide retail partner.

Kate Middleton Just Replaced Diamonds With These £10 Hoops From ASOS

Yahoo: Despite what her 12-carat sapphire engagement ring might make you believe, Kate Middleton doesn’t always opt for the crème de la crème of jewellery.

Criselda Lopez Studio Jewelry Offers Contemporary Jewelry In Unique Designs and Styles

Get News: Criselda Lopez Studio Jewelry exhibits a fine collection of contemporary jewelry for passionate individuals.

Borough House in Banbury wins gold for lockdown Jewellery Designer

Banbury Guardian: A homegrown Banbury jewellery business has seen its trade expand so much through the Covid-19 lockdown that it's now moved into its own space.

The good gem guide

FT: How do you know if your stones are ethically sourced? We look at traceability and sustainability in the ‘Wild West’ of the jewellery industry.

City of Glasgow College: Let’s come together for a higher purpose

Herald Scotland: With the world’s spotlight now falling on Scotland, COP26 provides the perfect opportunity for City of Glasgow College to live up to its visionary motto ‘lead from the future’, writes Principal and Chief Executive Dr Paul Little.

From Playing Hooky to Perfect Pearls: Ten Questions with Noon Jewellery

Scout Magazine: Sophia Armstrong is the woman behind Noon Jewellery, a line of locally made and eternally elegant, yet slightly quirky adornments for your body.

Hermès Lignes Sensibles collection is a dialogue between jewellery and human body

L’officiel Malaysia: Through the Lignes Sensibles collection, Hermès explores the idea of jewellery that not only embellishes the body but gives it a language, accompanies its movements and expresses freedom.

Get the glow: Eéra’s fine jewellery mixes neon with diamonds

Wallpaper: Eéra’s new jewellery collection coats gold in matte black, and edges diamond pieces with a fluorescent piping.

8 pieces of jewellery that wow us with their use of unconventional materials

Lifestyle Asia: Traditionally precious materials like gold and silver held the monopoly when it came to fine jewellery.

Jewellery entrepreneur pens new e-commerce enterprise after lockdown success

Business Live: Pen Alliance is an addition to Joshua James Jewellery business with marketing agency also spawned.




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