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As we find our 'new normal' here is a round up of last week's international jewellery news...

These are the 6 most searched for jewelry trends on the internet this year

Vogue: From colorful beads to layered necklaces and superimposed rings, here is the ranking of the 6 most sought-after jewelry trends on the Internet this year according to Stylight.

150-year-old Sheffield jeweller, HL Brown, focused on customer safety as it returns following coronavirus closure

The Star: James Frampton is proud of the Sheffield business founded by his great-great-grandfather in 1861.

Jeweller turns electronic waste into eye-catching pieces

Citizen: Based in Cape Town, jewellery designer Ashley Heather and her team have worked exclusively with e-waste gold and silver since 2014.

Jewellery brand turns old plastic into gorgeous eco-collection

The First News: A Poznań-based jewellery brand has created an environmentally-conscious collection that uses synthetic stones made out of plastic that has been processed to give it a second life.

How luxury jewellers are leading the way in ethical jewellery

Prestige Online: The jewellery industry has battled with supply-chain and ethical mining and production issues for decades.

Dior unveils new jewellery campaign featuring Cara Delevingne

Tatler: Cara returns for a new installment of the Rose des Vents collection.

As diamonds sales boom during lockdown, could they be an investor's best friend?

This is Money: Diamonds have enjoyed a boom in sales during lockdown with some wealthy investors seeking to lift their spirits with a sparkling new precious stone.


Stéphanie Busuttil‑Janssen On Her Love Story With Sculptor César Baldaccini⁠— And A New Jewellery Collaboration With Celine

The Times: Stéphanie Busuttil‑Janssen’s art education began with her relationship with the prominent sculptor César Baldaccini.

Collections from Lucerne School of Art and Design students stretch the definition of jewellery

Dezeen: Ornamental hearing aids and a brassiere for breast cancer sufferers are among the unorthodox jewellery designs shared by Lucerne School of Art and Design students as part of their VDF school show.


Not just jewellery — future heirlooms to be treasured for generations to come

Country Life: It’ll be game, set and match to the lucky owners of these classic pieces of fine jewellery.

Instagram’s Latest Jewellery Trend Is One Of The Easiest To Wear

In Style: While 2020 has undeniably shifted the world of fashion, namely in our everyday attire, our affinity for jewellery has seemingly skyrocketed.

The other crown jewels: the Wallis Simpson collection

FT: The Duchess of Windsor’s jewellery, like her life, defied conventional tastes.

Serena Williams’s On-Court Accessory Could Not Be More Appropriate

Vogue: Serena Williams may not be making her annual pilgrimage to SW19 to compete at Wimbledon this year, but that isn’t keeping her away from the court.

How wood became luxe

FT: Combined with gold and diamonds, jewellers are reimagining wood as a precious material.

“As The World Woke Up, So Did I”: How Jeweller Roxanne Rajcoomar-Hadden Finally Came To Honour Her Black Heritage

Vogue: The daughter of a Jamaican mother and an Indian-Guyanese father, the jeweller Roxanne Rajcoomar-Hadden often tried to distance herself from her black heritage.

13-year-old schoolgirl launches business with £25 investment - ten years on, business is booming

The Star: Becky Jackson was just 13 years old when she launched her own jewellery-making company, Funky Sprout, with £25 of investment.

Dazzling rainbow jewellery for Pride Month

Tatler: Precious stones in vivid hues to add a touch of vivid colour to your ensemble.

Make a style statement with these 5 jewellery pieces

Prestige Online: Bangkok’s notoriously sweltering summer is most definitely here, and so are the fun fashion ensembles you cannot wait to put on, but are not quite complete without the proper accessories.

Plans approved for new £337m Museum of London

PBC Today: Plans to create a new Museum for London and cultural destination in West Smithfield have been given the go-ahead by the City of London Corporation’s planning and transportation committee.

Plans approved for new £337m Museum of London

Forbes: Sotheby’s Part II Magnificent Jewels & Nobel Jewels – Geneva sale, the first live jewelry auction since the novel cornavirus pandemic, did not go as planned.

The jeweller behind Netflix hit ‘The Crown’

FT: George Easton explains how he gives famous jewels an authentic patina.

How Shaun Leane and Alexander McQueen Radicalised Jewellery

Another Mag: Alexander McQueen’s runway shows were dangerous in all senses of the word.

Masterpiece London is going digital for 2020: take a look at the jewellery highlights

The Telegraph: Masterpiece's usual roster of antique and contemporary jewellery specialists join forces in a virtual fair this week.

The Jewelry Designer Who Adapted Car Manufacturing Techniques to Make Black Gold

Surface Magazine: Reut Ringel introduced the world to her sculptural accessories in the midst of the pandemic. Her digital storefront enabled her to successfully spread the word.

An Exclusive Q&A With Jewelry Designer Silvia Furmanovich On Her New Amazonia Bamboo Collection

Forbes: Brazilian jewelry designer Silvia Furmanovich is known for her spectacular pieces that feature unexpected natural materials, like wood marquetry, mixed with precious metals and colored gems, and her passion for bringing cultures to life through her pieces.

Giant rough diamond cut into gems

Daily Mail: that now adorn the Crown Jewels was formed 400 miles below the Earth's surface — three times deeper than other precious stones.

Pride Month: Five Rainbow Jewels With Maximum Screen Impact

Forbes: Pride might have moved mainly online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but there are still ways to channel the joy of the original celebration within the LGBTI+ community.

Eva Zuckerman Brings Fine Jewelry to Home Accessories in Holly Hunt Collaboration

Interior Design: Growing up amid the skyscrapers of New York, then attending the Cooper Union, it’s no surprise that the city’s architecture and energy influence Eva Zuckerman and her successful Eva Fehren fine jewelry line.

Summertime Jewelry: The Pieces To Own For Beach Or Country

Forbes: Ten Thousand Things hand cut aquamarine Fetish Charms on 18K gold holders on 18K gold Chain and handmade fish hook clasps.

Instagram’s Favorite Fine Jeweler Is Now Available Through This Luxury Rental Platform

Forbes: If you’ve come across impressive stacks of rainbow jewels with diamond rings in every size and cut on your Instagram feed, you likely just discovered Stephanie Gottlieb.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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