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

Meghan Markle’s go-to jeweller Kimaï launches ethical engagement rings

Vogue: The label’s founders, Jessica Warch and Sidney Neuhaus, discuss their new collection of eco-conscious rings that don’t cost the planet.

Missoma launch jewellery advent calendar for second year - and it’s out today

Daily Mirror: Priced at £395 but worth over £745, after the huge success in 2019, Missoma’s advent calendar is making a much-anticipated return.

Shop Local: St Albans jewellery stores owner reveals: ‘This Christmas is essential’

Herfordshire Advertising: Sarah Gillow, owner of Galio and Jago Jewellers in George Street and Market Place respectively, explained how they have had to change the way they work in the wake of the pandemic.

A sparkle in the gloom: Jewellery orders trickle in even as restrictions tighten

Irish Times: After years in China and the US, Aidi Mac Dáibhí returned to Ireland to open a shop.

Introducing BAUNAT, the online diamond jewellery brand disrupting the industry

Luxury London: Operating an innovative ‘bricks and clicks’ business model, the Antwerp-based jewellery house has just opened its first London showroom on Mayfair’s Brook Street.

A live/work space with a difference:artisan silversmith converts abandoned Methodist chapel into stylish open plan home and workshop in Gloucestershire

Homes and Property: Silversmith Hal Messel lives and works in a unique property he created from a stone chapel.

CEO Secrets: Juggling kids and a new lockdown business

BBC: As part of our CEO Secrets series, which invites business leaders to share their advice, we are focusing on start-ups that have launched during lockdown. Each week we will look at a different type of entrepreneur. This week, we hear from mothers with young children.

In Focus — The Cotswolds silversmith: ‘We make beautiful works of art to last for hundreds of years’

Country Life: Tucked away in an old Cotswolds silk mill, expert craftsmen harness a century of expertise to raise, planish and finish fine gold and silverware. Jeremy Flint visits Hart’s of Chipping Campden.

Indian jeweller sets sparkling record with ring containing 7,801 diamonds

Guinness World Records: Kotti Srikanth (India) is no stranger to dazzling jewellery. As the founder of Hallmark Jewellers he has spent much of his live surrounded by jewels, but one stood out above the rest – diamond.

Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor race away on Triumph motorbike as they film high-stake jewellery heist scenes outside Harrods for new film Lockdown

Daily Mail: Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor were spotted filming their new film Lockdown in the dead of night in London on Tuesday.

Screwing with jewellery: these designers are turning trash into trinkets

ID: Emily Frances Barrett, Danielle Karlikoff, Corrina Goutos and Caroline Ohrt are making surreal jewels out of chewing gum, cigarette butts and soda cans.

Jessica McCormack Joins Forces With Net-A-Porter on a Fine Jewellery Pop-Up

Prestige Online: Founded in 2008, Jessica McCormack’s eponymous jewellery brand is known for blending Georgian and Victorian-era elements that can be shared across the generations of women.

Just Jewels John Lewis launches FIRST Jewellery Advent Calendar and it’s the ultimate gift this Christmas

The Sun: Had enough of beauty advent calendars? Chocolate not cutting it. Maybe a jewellery advent calendar is for you?

Is this the most exciting jewellery and art collaboration of the year?

Telegraph: When jeweller Jessica McCormack teamed up with artists The Haas Brothers, fabulous objects ensued.

Jewellery brand, Infinity & Co. to open this weekend in the Victoria Shopping Centre

Harrogate News: Jewellery brand, Infinity & Co. will open it’s first retail store in Harrogate.

Rosie Fortescue talks empowering women, business during COVID and her jewellery brand’s fifth birthday

Marie Claire: Rosie Fortescue is the definition of a ‘boss woman’, taking her hard-earned savings and investing it into her dream, Rosie Fortescue Jewellery.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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