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

1970s model, muse and jewellery designer, Elsa Peretti, dies aged 80

Tatler: The Florentine jewellery designer who helmed Tiffany & Co was a regular on the New York social scene at Studio 54 alongside Halston, Andy Warhol and Liza Minnelli.

Why an artist is turning pandemic waste into jewellery

Live Mint: Argentina's Marcelo Toledo is collecting recycled covid-19 waste, including masks and syringes, to make accessories and sculptures.

Jewellery Distributor On The Move

Insider Media: A Cambridgeshire-based jewellery service distributor has acquired new premises after reporting consistent year-on-year growth since its inception in 2014.

7 of Princess Diana's best-ever jewellery moments that proved she was *way* ahead of her time

Glamour Magazine: The greatest jewellery collection ever?

From Chanel No. 5 to the 55.55 high jewellery diamond necklace: CEO Frédéric Grangié on how the luxury French brand is celebrating 100 years – interview

SCMP: Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel revolutionised the world of fragrances when she created the first ‘perfume for women, with a woman’s scent’ in 1921.

Lifting The Lid On Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Lockdown Jewellery Box

Vogue: We became intimately familiar with the loungewear sections of our wardrobes over lockdown. But we were perhaps better clued up – and more interested in – what Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was wearing from day to day.

How Gwyneth Paltrow became the ultimate jewellery influencer

The Telegraph: Forget the Kate effect - in the jewellery world it’s all about Gwyneth. The wellness guru is the preeminent 'transactional celebrity'.

Behold the Cartier Magnitude high jewellery collection

Prestige Online: These scintillating creations from Cartier’s Magnitude High Jewellery collection showcase the maison’s mastery of balancing technique, magnificent gems and creative flair.

Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter clock 'restored to former glory'

BBC: A landmark clock which has been silent for about 30 years is to chime again following a £150,000 refurbishment.

Was Meghan’s Oprah necklace a peace offering to the royal family?

Marie Claire: Call fashion frivolous if you will, but the Duchess of Sussex has in the past chosen to wear items that are way more significant than you’d think.

Mum who couldn’t breastfeed her son starts business making jewellery out of breast milk

Metro: A mum-of-two who could not breastfeed her eldest son following a traumatic birth has turned the ordeal into a positive – by making her own jewellery out of breast milk.

A Tale Of Two Boundary-Breaking Lab-Grown Diamond Jewelers

JCK: Amid all the controversy over lab-grown diamonds—from their rightful positioning in the marketplace to whether they are inherently more sustainable than mined diamonds—the question of design is often overlooked.

Graff Unveils New High-Jewelry Collection: Tribal

Forbes: Graff is known for its exquisite diamonds. The London-based jewelry house has acquired many notable diamond acquisitions, some that set world records.




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