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News Edit: 24 March 2019

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

Editor’s pick: TEFAF jewellery finds

Wallpaper: Hemmerle’s recent creations have incorporated ancient Egyptian artefacts or carved pieces of jade resembling Leibniz coffee biscuits.

House of Hemmerle Exhibits High Jewelry at TEFAF Maastricht

Forbes: This week, in Maastricht, the Netherlands, high jewelry, fine art and antiques collectors have been flocking to TEFAF.

Shaun Leane on Alexander McQueen and Era-Defining Jewellery

Luxury London: As his jewellery brand celebrates its 20th anniversary, Shaun Leane talks about falling in love with his craft, starting an apprenticeship at 15 and his great friend Alexander McQueen.

Inside the workshop: the Chanel high jewellery collection that was two years in the making

Harpers Bazaar: Admire the craftsmanship behind the new Coromandel collection.

My Favourite Pieces: Aldis Hodge on empowerment through black jewels

Financial Times: How dark metal and stones helped him feel more emboldened as a black actor in Hollywood.

Why costume jewellery is bigger, bolder and more desirable than ever this season

The Telegraph: Paste, crystal, glass, fake… the words used in the past to describe costume jewellery have never done justice to this joyously frivolous category.

Gucci Captures Florence Welch’s Bohemian Spirit For Latest Jewellery Campaign

Vogue: Florence Welch is adored for her distinct bohemian wardrobe almost as much as she is for her music. Is it any wonder, then, that Gucci has captured her original spirit and sartorial offerings in the brand’s latest jewellery campaign.

This is how to own the biggest jewellery trend of the summer

Marie Claire: Shell jewellery – or frankly anything shell-embellished – was the 2018 summer trend that took everyone by surprise.

Where to Find Fine Jewelry Inspired by Our Favorite Paintings

Conde Nast Traveller: Jewelers and watchmakers have always mined an artistic seam. In the latest interplay, they zone in on the masters on view in museums such as New York’s Met and London’s Tate.

The female jewellery designers killing it right now

Marie Claire: Soru; meaning sisters in Sicilian, was founded by sisters Francesca Kelly and Marianna Doyle in 2013, who had both left their careers to raise their children.

Jeweller Links of London, owned by Folli Follie, on the brink

The Times: The jeweller Links of London is on the brink of collapse, putting 500 jobs at risk in shops and concessions. Links, owned by the scandal-hit Greek retail group Folli Follie, is working with the accountant Deloitte.

Jewellers battle to catch the eye of wannabe fiancés

Financial Times: As buyers hunt online for the perfect engagement ring, brands jostle to rank top in search.

Jennifer Lopez's engagement ring: J.Lo's £3.8 million diamond stunner was made by a London jeweller

Evening Standard: The diamond is believed to be between 20 and 25 carats.

‘I want women to feel beautiful because I know what it’s like not to’

Financial Times: Grants for emerging female jewellery designers changed the life of an injured veteran.

Fine jewellery’s floral tribute by Dior and Tiffany & Co

The Times: Nature is the greatest inspiration for fine jewellery.

Arundel arts group welcomes distinguished silversmith Malcolm Appleby

Worthing Herald: AKIN (Arundel’s Creative Collective) welcomes silversmith and metal engraver Malcolm Appleby to talk at their next “show & tell” session on Wednesday, March 27 at 7pm at The Victoria Institute, 1st floor, 10 Tarrant Street, Arundel, BN18 9DG.

A new exhibition is celebrating silversmiths

London Live: Some of the nation's finest silversmiths are celebrated in a new exhibition in Mayfair. The collection features work of artists and craftsmen who have benefitted from the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust, which pairs up-and-coming talents with established industry figures to hone their skills.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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