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News Edit: 23 August 2020

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

These Dazzling New Watches Capture the Beauty of Underwater Life

MSN: Beginning in the 15th century in France, marquetry, or the art of inlaying thin pieces of wood or metal into an intricate design, became a winning decorative approach in furniture.

Turning over a new leaf: Chopard follows a sustainable path

Prestige Online: Blending ethics with enchanting aesthetics, Chopard has been on a Journey to Sustainable Luxury since 2013 thanks to the initiative launched by Co-president and artistic director, Caroline Scheufele.

Editorial: Masterpiece a Story of High Jewellery

Lofficiel: Photos: Cécilia Poupon / Production: Emily Minchella / Set Design: Ardita Meha

Judaica from British silversmith goes on display at Berlin Jewish exhibit

Jewish News: German city’s Jewish museum bought kiddush goblet by Mila Tanya Griebel which features a quote from Proverbs, that 'a woman’s worth is far above rubies'.

Local artist, silversmith makes jewelry from broken items

KotaTV: Jade Remington uses old broken items to create unique jewelry for her business, The Jaded Gypsy.

Gold jewellery is a true staple – here are 30 pieces to shop now

Harpers Bazaar: Including our favourite under-the-radar brands.

London Diamonds’ gets rockin’ reviews from consumers worldwide – and takes it’s share of a £8.3 billion global market

London Post: London Diamonds, the specialist in bespoke engagement rings, storms ahead of competitors with a radical new way of doing business that cuts out the brand name mark up, with customers around the world giving the company high praise as a result.

The Jewelry Designer Inspired by Ancient Rituals and Artifacts

NY Times: Drawing on years of research and working with one of Jaipur’s premier enamel artisans, Alice Cicolini makes pieces destined to become talismans.

Jewelry Designers Donate Jewels To Aid Relief Efforts In Beirut

Forbes: Five jewelry designers are each donating a piece of jewelry for an online raffle to aid relief efforts in Beirut following the explosion in its port that has caused at least 200 deaths, 7,000 injuries, and severe damage to much of the infrastructure in Lebanon’s capital city.

Rough, cut

Bangkok Post: Rubies and sapphires from Madagascar to Myanmar feature in high-end HK exhibition.

Louis Vuitton Brings World’s Second Largest Rough Diamond To Singapore

Harpers Bazaar: The world’s second largest rough diamond has found its way to Singapore’s shores.

High Jewellery highlights 2020: a unique season of shining stars

Luxury London: Launched in the wake of a global pandemic, these new high jewellery collections offer an uplifting dose of spectacular escapism, from Pomellato’s joyous debut to Boucheron’s technical wizardry.

Interview: Casablanca Jewellery Designer Spells Out The Tricks of The Trade

Albawaba: Many people in the Arab world do not appreciate the artistry and talents needed in jewellery design, instead seeing design as a simple and effortless job, says Moroccan jewellery designer Hicham Aguedach.

Ellen Betrayed? Ellen DeGeneres’ £20m California mansion robbery was ‘an inside job,’ cops ‘told neighbours’

The Sun: ELLEN DeGeneres' local neighbourhood association has claimed her recent burglary was an "inside job."

Limerick jeweller to retire after a sparkling 50-year career

Limerick Leader: A well-known Limerick jeweller is preparing to turn the key in the door of her store for the final time after a sparkling career spanning half a century.

Showing off or just being trendy? Oversized gold jewellery is now fashionable

The Star: Seen on the runways of numerous major designer labels during the Autumn/Winter 2020 shows, oversized jewellery seems to have won over legions of fashion fans from across the world.

24 Ways To Rep Your Zodiac Sign

The Kit: From notebooks to art and of course, jewellery.

Caroline Scheufele Chopard's impact on the Pforzheim Jewellery Industry

Tech Times: Pforzheim, or the Golden City, is world famous for its sought-after luxury jewellery, watches and gold. Located in the eastern corner of the Black Forest, Pforzheim is situated in a picturesque open valley at the confluence of the rivers Würm, Nagold and Enz.

10 Ethical Brands That Support Indigenous Artisans and Communities

Eco Warrior Princess: To date, the coronavirus has taken over 700,000 lives worldwide and it is even spreading into remote places, threatening the health and safety of indigenous tribes and native communities.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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