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

Designer Flora Bhattachary Shares Her Thoughts On The Jewellery Industry

Asia Tatler: The British designer sheds some light on her influences and thoughts on the jewellery industry.

Lacock jeweller takes on All That Glitters TV challenges

Wiltshire Times: A Lacock jeweller has taken on intricate challenges from the BBC series All that Glitters.

Gobbins Crafts Jewellery Studio becomes 11th NI Tourism Business to be granted Économusée Status

News letter: Gobbin’s Crafts, a jewellery studio in Islandmagee is the 11th business in Northern Ireland to be granted Économusée status.

The Thought Leader Series | Jewellery: From status buys to pieces that reflect individuality, luxury jewellery is going through a paradigm shift

Money Control: Jewellery that is multi-functional, redolent of a wearer’s personality and maybe even affordable, sold through digital and omnichannels, has come to define the luxury segment.

Buckets of discarded brass shavings inspire these chic earrings

Wallpaper: Brass jewellery from Italian brand So-Le Studio makes good use of metal offcuts.

Ear curation: how to style multiple ear piercings

Wallpaper: Whether it’s hoops, studs or dangly earrings, multiple ear piercings can look chic with a couple of styling tips.

Mask jewellery: mask chains are both practical and chic

Wallpaper: Mask chains, a hygienic way to hold on to your mask, also look good as a stand-alone accessory.

These design-led piercing shops around the world are on point

Wallpaper: Discover the best places to get pierced, from New York to Paris, London and Berlin. Expect intriguing backdrops, interesting piercing jewellery, and imaginative packages.

How to wear man-made diamonds

Wallpaper: Jewellers are embracing man-made diamonds for pieces both sustainable and cool.

Luxury jewellery company creates world’s first vegan-certified diamonds

Totally Vegan Buzz: Aether diamonds are the world’s first and only carbon-negative diamonds made from 100% atmospheric gases using sustainably sourced energy.

Richemont shares jump on jewellery rebound, Kering “approach”

Vogue Business: Sales for jewellery are looking up, according to Richemont’s latest results. Chairman Johann Rupert also dispelled rumours around a Kering takeover, adding the two groups are open to working together.

Meet London’s best-kept jewellery secret

The Telegraph: Renowned among a small group of jewellery cognoscenti, this is the name to say you knew first.

Van Cleef & Arpels shows us how the luxury jeweller is keeping up with the times

Prestige Online: Barely a month ago, I spent one of the best afternoons away from home at the newly refreshed Van Cleef & Arpels boutique in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. Everything was perfect, from the lashes of creativity around the new flagship store that evoke childhood memory to the precious jewellery that was less drama, more fairytale.

Meet The Man Behind Chanel's Whopping 55.55-Carat Diamond Necklace

Asia Tatler: Patrice Leguéreau, director of Chanel’s fine jewellery creation studio, has dreamed up a stunning collection to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the house’s No 5 fragrance.

Top brass: the allure of bold costume jewellery

FT: So long subtlety, outsized bijoux makes a statement this season.

All that glisters: flood of fake ancient jewellery dupes buyers

The Guardian: The 3D printer is enabling ever more sophisticated forgeries to be sold as Greek or Roman collectibles.

The Work of 15 Extraordinary Jewelry Designers Takes Center Stage at Phillips’s ‘Woman to Woman’ Sale

Robb Report: The all-female exhibit of unique designs was co-curated by jewelry guru Vivienne Becker.

Ananya Malhotra On Her Latest Jewellery Collection And The Future Of Gemstones

Asia Tatler: Jewellery Designer Ananya Malhotra, who creates under her eponymous label, has a unique style and plenty to say.

Haywards Heath jeweller Hugo in final of BBC Two’s All That Glitters tonight

Mid Sussex Times: A young jeweller from Haywards Heath is through to the final of BBC Two’s All That Glitters, which airs tonight (May 18).

Jeweller to the tsars: Fabergé’s fabulous renaissance

FT: The house known for intricate enamel eggs is courting a wider audience and moving online.

A wild world: Cartier [Sur]naturel high jewellery collection

Prestige Online: Melding exceptional gemstones with haute joaillerie know-how, Cartier’s high jewellery collection [Sur]naturel showcases the maison’s mastery of interpreting nature’s beauty.

Duchess of Cornwall gets up close with traditional crafts in Northern Ireland

Royal Central: During a two-day tour to Northern Ireland, the Duchess of Cornwall visited the workshop of Cara Murphy, a silversmith in Belfast. Along with the Prince of Wales, the Duchess is travelling the country to meet with members of the community honouring Northern Ireland’s history.

Royal visit: Charles pays tribute to NI cross-community efforts

BBC: The Prince of Wales paid tribute to everyone involved in cross-community work in Northern Ireland during a visit to Belfast on Tuesday.




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