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

Chain, Chain, Chain

NY Times: A favorite street accessory has been getting a luxury makeover.

Hermès Celebrated its Latest Fine Jewelry Collection With a Slick Performance

Vogue: Hermès’s latest fine jewelry collection, Enchaînements libres, is on a world tour! Coming from Paris is a performative dance work, commissioned by Hermès from esteemed French choreographer Christian Rizzo.

The Big Jewelry Trends During New York Fashion Week, Spring 2020

Forbes: New York, the first stop on the international ready-to-wear runway circuit is where we get a glimpse of the jewelry trends that we most likely will be seeing as we head off to London, Milan and Paris.

The rayy crafts customized jewelry out of gold, diamonds and the reflection of light

Design Boom: A ‘pocket art performance’, the rayy crafted a customized jewelry collection out of gold, diamonds and light.

Phillips London Presents ‘Ana Kouri: Jewelry As Art’

Forbes: Ana Khouri’s unbridled creativity coupled with her architectural background allowed her to follow her own path and break with pure traditional shapes in jewelry.

Hermès Just Brought This Spectacular High-Jewelry Collection to New York

Robb Report: Here's how creative director Pierre Hardy reinvented the chain.

5 New Jewelry Trends to Try From the Spring 2020 Runways

Harpers Bazaar: From colorful jewelry to the single earring trend.


Emmys-Worthy Jewelry in Sparkly, Geometric Shapes

Hollywood Reporter: Awards season ushers in a new league of statement baubles with all the right angles to shimmer on the red carpet.


Anissa Kermiche On Her Jewelry And Ceramic Collections Inspired By The Female Form

Forbes: Looking at the fine jewelry and newly introduced home ceramics collection by Anissa Kermiche, there’s no surprise that she’s inspired by fine arts.

Will gold, the king of metals, really hit $2,000 an ounce?

The Times: It is among the most sought after of precious metals, capable of quickening the pulse of a shopper for luxury jewels on Old Bond Street and of slowing it for a central banker seeking a solid valuable asset.

Lily James is chic in strapless feather-trimmed dress and dazzling jewels at the Bulgari Serpenti Seduttori party during London Fashion Week

Daily Mail: She's been busy shooting back to back movies around the world.

'Downton Abbey' Costume Designer on Using Vintage Jewels, Replicated Queen Elizabeth Tiara in Film

Hollywood Reporter: Anna Robbins talks about sourcing vintage pieces and recreating a legendary tiara that dates to 1874 and ranks high among Queen Elizabeth’s favorites.

St Paul’s Church in Jewellery Quarter facing closure over leaky roof

Birmingham Mail: St Paul’s Church, which is described as the jewel of the Jewellery Quarter, need £40,000 to seal the guttering and stop water pouring in through the ceiling when it rains.

Queen Letizia: Queen of Spain’s stunning jewellery collection as she celebrates birthday

The Express: Queen Letizia of Spain celebrates her 47th birthday today. Take a look a the stylish Queen’s stunning jewellery collection following an elegant appearance earlier this week.

What Job Roles Are Available In The Jewellery Making Sector?

Business Up North: Currently employing more than 50,000 people, the jewellery industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the UK.

Beautiful bullets: Addis jewellery workshop gives women a second chance

Pioneers Post: Ahead of the Social Enterprise World Forum (SEWF) in Ethiopia in October, Pioneers Post explored Addis Ababa to meet some of those enterprises balancing money and mission.

Designer destinations: Annoushka Ducas on why her favourite beach is in West Sussex

Evening Standard: The jewellery designer talks to Laura Hampson about living in Hong Kong, why she loves the palette of the Philippines and the Pimlico Road haunt she frequents.

Tiffany & Co. Celebrates its 45-Year Partnership With Elsa Peretti

Tatler: Italian designer Elsa Peretti's arrival into the Tiffany & Co family over four decades ago marked one of the most fruitful and enduring collaborations in contemporary luxury, and it continues to set its designs apart from the rest.


Bloc Gallery – a new art space for Leith

The Edinburgh Reporter: There is a lovely new artist run space in Leith. But it is more than an art gallery, it is a space for any creatives whether artists, designers or makers to display their work.

Meet the jewellery design graduates Kilkenny Shop have selected as ones to watch

Image: Kilkenny Shop has long been the place to go when looking for contemporary Irish design – from Nicholas Mosse’s beautiful sponge pottery and the colourful art of Eoin O’Connor, to the snuggly blankets of Foxford, Avoca and McNutt, you really get to see the breadth of craftsmanship on our little isle.


What To Wear Now: Chain Jewellery

Grazia: Right, let’s get practical: find these take-out trends from the new season on a high street near you.

Sarabande Foundation ‘death head’ moth logo reborn as sterling silver pin

Fad Magazine: Jeweller Benjamin Hawkins has designed an exquisite silver moth pin brooch of exceptional artistry and haunting beauty to raise funds for the charity established from the estate of the late Lee Alexander McQueen.

How this jewellers in leading the way in sustainable business

Pebble Magazine: It's not just the most obvious businesses that can go green. Each and every brand can change their supply chains and practices. This award-winning jewellers is a fantastic case in point.

Chain reaction: sculpture and jewellery interconnect as Ana Khouri’s designs go on show at Phillips, London

Wallpaper: To contemplate the sculptures she creates is to gain a greater understanding of Ana Khouri’s left-of-centre, yet classic-leaning jewellery designs.

Metal detectorist who unearthed £2m haul of Viking jewellery finds himself in an unholy row with the Church of Scotland who are suing him for half the spoils

Daily Mail: A treasure hunter who discovered a record £2m haul of Viking jewellery is being sued by the Church of Scotland for half of the spoils.

Royal Mint makes jewellery as people go cashless

BBC: As people are using less cash, the Royal Mint has expanded its offering by turning to jewellery making.

A diamond advent calendar is on sale for Christmas but it is not cheap

Cambridge News: You will get a new diamond every day leading up to Christmas but it may break the bank.

Meet the mystery man who turned Chanel into a high-jewellery powerhouse

The Telegraph: Chanel is a company that inspires loyalty. Karl Lagerfeld clocked up 36 years at its helm; his successor, Virginie Viard, has been with the company for 32. Jacques Polge, now retired, spent 37 years channelling the scent of Chanel as head perfumer. Patrice Leguéreau, in comparison, is a mere newcomer.

Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes teams up with Burrells

Hampshire Chronicle: An independent jeweller announced a double Olympic champion as its new brand ambassador at a ceremony in Winchester.


5 minutes with Nikolay Piriankov, CEO, Taylor & Hart

Retail Gazette: From humble beginnings in 2013, online jewellery retailer Taylor & Hart has grown from start-up to scale-up and also dabbles in a "clicks-to-bricks" approach to retail. Retail Gazette spoke to co-founder Nikolay Piriankov to learn more.


Five questions for: Tobias Kormind, co-founder of

Money Week: What does your business do? We design and craft fine jewellery and sell it directly to clients. We are an online, contemporary diamond jeweller that has disrupted the fine jewellery industry.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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