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

Northumberland woman discovers 'costume jewellery' is actually £2m diamond

ITV: A woman from Northumberland has discovered that her collection of cheap "costume jewellery" included a diamond worth an estimated £2 million.

Diamond worth £2m found during Northumberland home clearout

BBC: A woman who bought what she thought was a costume jewellery stone is set for a £2m windfall after tests revealed it is a 34-carat diamond.

The Best Tassel Jewellery For Party Season

The Times: There’s nothing like a swishy tassel to get you in the party mood — and this season they’ve even made an appearance on the catwalk, from bracelets and oversized hoops at Charlotte Knowles to chubby silky versions knotted around gold hoops at Patou.

Stand Up For Southport column: Former ballerina launches hand-made jewellery and ornaments business

In Your Area: A former ballerina is gaining a new army of fans due to her work as a talented resin artist.

Affordability is just one facet of sparkling jewellery story

The Times: A stonechat is a small grey bird with a dash of red. For Ann Chapman it is “a perfect example of understated beauty”. It’s something she is keen to reflect in her designs.

Meet the Fife woman inspired by family history to transform linoleum into jewellery

The Courier: Roslyn Leitch loved growing up with the “queer-like smell” from the linoleum factory so much that she now makes jewellery from the flooring.

Crystal Healing: A Look at the Potent Powers Emanating from Our Jewellery

Prestige Online: With crystal healing all the rage, it got us thinking: does the same apply to our daily jewellery – the diamonds and other precious stones that we wear?

Here's How To Find The Most Beautiful Jewellery That Doesn't Cost The Earth

Grazia Daily: Consider these your modern heirlooms.

Sarah Madeleine Bru’s cool new jewellery designs

Wall paper: Sarah Madeleine Bru has launched her first jewellery collection, ‘Variations’.

Aberdeen silversmith to feature in Scotland’s biggest jewellery festival

Press and Journal: An Aberdeen silversmith will be exhibiting at Scotland’s biggest annual jewellery festival this year.

Cheshire jewellers to hide £5,000 gem in UK's first 'diamond treasure hunt'

Cheshire Live: Each day of the week a new digit of the postcode will be revealed to draw people closer to the prize.

A quartet of royal treasures in Christie's latest jewellery sale - including rare French crown jewels

Tatler: Pieces include a tiara worn by Napoleon Bonaparte's sister, Pauline.

The Smiddy recruits new tutors and business development lead to Banff team

Grampian Online: The Smiddy in Banff has welcomed new staff members to its team.




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