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News Edit: 29 April 2018

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

Police launch murder probe after builder 'viciously attacked' at work in Hatton Garden

The Independent: Forty-seven-year-old found dead on roof of business

Kate jeweller Annoushka loses sparkle

The Times: A jeweller favoured by the Duchess of Cambridge and celebrities such as Rihanna swung to a loss last year.

Jewelry consortium to use IBM blockchain technology to verify, authenticate diamonds, engagement rings

ZDNet: The TrustChain Initiative is being launched with IBM and a consortium that represents every step of the jewelry value chain from mine to manufacturer to retail.

‘The finest gemstones in the world are in British houses’

The Telegraph: Family jeweller Pragnell makes the move to Mayfair.

Bling it on…Sarah Jessica Parker faces a new battle as jeweller sues

Metro: Sarah Jessica Parker is being sued by a jewellery firm which claimed she presented a string of diva-esque demands.

How jewellery designers are becoming more sustainable

Vogue: As the jewellery industry wakes up to the impact it’s having on the environment, Vogue speaks to luxury brands.

Glasgow-based jewellery designer leads effort to revive a historic trade in Banff

Forbes: Right now there are 24.9 million people trapped in modern-day slavery, according to the ILO.

Glasgow-based jewellery designer leads effort to revive a historic trade in Banff

Press and Journal: Glasgow-based jewellery designer is spearheading efforts to revive a historic silversmith trade.

In My Jewellery Box: Jacquie Aiche

The Telegraph: Born in Los Angeles to an Egyptian father and American-Indian mother, Jacquie Aiche grew up making bead necklaces as a child.



Rebecca van Rooijen


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