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News Edit: 28 July 2019

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

Alessandro Michele Has Brought His Magic Touch To Gucci's High Jewellery

Vogue: The first high jewellery collection dreamed up by Alessandro Michele has a poetic power that is born of his passion for the past.

Messika: The Beyoncé-Backed Diamond Jeweller Disrupting the Industry

Luxury London: In less than two decades, Messika has become a byword for refined yet avant-garde diamond jewellery with joie de vivre and a resolutely modern aesthetic.

Missoma is the jewellery choice of the young royals

Tatler: It's the jewellery brand adored by the young British royals and society favourites who choose it to adorn their fingers and necks at every opportunity.

Piece Of His-Tory

The Sun: Theresa May spotted wearing ‘Margaret Thatcher’s £40,000 bracelet’ months after jewellery sold to mystery buyer at auction.

Daniel Radcliffe moved to tears by ancestor’s suicide note in Who Do You Think You Are?

The Times: It was a family tragedy and even Harry Potter’s magic wand could not have taken away the pain.

Chaumet pays tribute to the iconic tiara with exhibition in Monaco

Prestige Online: For almost 240 years, the house of Chaumet has long been the jeweller of choice for the highest echelons of society.

These Cool-Girl Pearls Are This Summer's Cult Jewellery Buy

Vogue: The new baroque pearls are anything but stuffy.

Green Looks Good on These Sustainable Jewels

JCK Online: Kermit the Frog sang, “It’s not easy being green,” and today, that phrase is about more than just the color.

Style Antennae: The Jewellery Launches You Need To Know About

The Times: The new collections and must-see exhibitions from the world of jewellery and watches.

Rich Pickings

The Sun: Baffled docs remove £53k worth of jewellery and coins from woman’s stomach.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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