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News Edit: 28 October 2018

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

Historic Art And Contemporary Jewels At TEFAF New York Fall Art Fair

Forbes: The third annual TEFAF New York Fall art fair will return to the Park Avenue Armory in New York on October 27 -31 with about 90 exhibitors from around the world...

Jeweller’s tribute to her late husband

The Herald: She is known for reflecting her Orkney roots in her work. But Sheila Fleet’s new collection has a deeper meaning than usual, as the jewellery designer was inspired by happy memories of life with her late husband.

Rich pickings: how to get winter ready with the help of midnight hues

The Telegraph: Move over tiny jewellery. Its time to stack, and stack mightily.

Instagram queen Estée Lalonde on her new jewellery range, styling tips and genius beauty hacks

Glamour: Insta queen.

Woolley & Wallis Jewellery by Design sale

The jewellery Editor: Preview of the 300-lot sale of the collection of Dr. Anne Shannon on 31st October 2018.

Fair and Sustainable Fine Jewellery

Living It: Created by the non-profit organization Alliance for Responsible Mining (ARM), the Fairmined Initiative is a label that certifies gold from empowered responsible artisanal...

Cotswolds beautician named Tiffany in legal row with global jewellery store over name of her business

The Telegraph: Cotswolds beautician named Tiffany has become embroiled in a legal row with the international jewellery store over the name of her business.

Wartski brings antique jewellery and rare Fabergé to St James's in a state-of-the-art showroom worth making time for

The Telegraph: My favourite thing about a store like Wartski, filled with exquisite antique jewellery and objects, is what you can learn from the people who work there.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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