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News Edit: 3 February 2019

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

Chaumet's muse Empress Joséphine inspires high jewellery full of colour

The Telegraph: There’s something about a diamond tiara that ignites a flurry of excitement inside even the most staunchly indifferent.

Chroma: Ana Khouri’s golden touch

Wallpaper: The entire technique, which I’ve spent years developing, is a secret,’ says the Brazilian-born, New York-based fine jewellery designer Ana Khouri of the manufacturing process behind this delicate choker, formed from a mesh of coloured gold.

Iris Van Herpen 3d Printed “Face Jewellery” Expresses Hybridity At Paris Fashion Week 2019

3D Industry Printing: 3D printing is expanding the possibilities of design within the fashion industry by optimizing production processes, customization, and cost.

Valentine's Day Gift Guide 2019: The Best Luxury Earrings Of The Season

Forbes: “These have always brought me luck,” said Elizabeth Taylor of a shimmering pair of earrings in the iconic commercial for her White Diamonds perfume.

Silk route: foulard’s complex pattern systems mirror intricate high jewellery design

Wallpaper: Foulard’s complex pattern systems mirror intricate high jewellery design.

One camellia, many ways: Chanel's new high jewellery collection is the most versatile yet

The Telegraph: The codes of Chanel are so prominent in everything the house does, sometimes it feels a little like new territory might be worth exploring by its creative teams.

Object lessons: high jewellery’s functional forms

Wallpaper: The notion of everyday luxury has long been a preoccupation of high jewellery houses.

Silversmith students stage jewellery exhibition and sale

Henley Standard: Jewellery and decorative items made by silversmith graduates was put on display to the public.

Stunning creations at incredible Kilkenny exhibition of jewellery, ceramics and crafts

Kilkenny People: Monumentality/Fragility, a major multi-venue exhibition of contemporary crafts featuring 74 makers from 19 European countries, including seven Irish participants, will open in Kilkenny on Saturday, February 9.

Out of the woods: the natural wonder of Piaget’s marquetry jewels

Wallpaper: For the past three years, the various characters of sunlight, from high summer’s desert-red to winter’s pearly grey, have been the creative driver behind Piaget’s high jewellery collections.

£125m Jewellery Quarter Project To Open Long-Closed Road

Insider Media: A private road in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter is to be permanently opened to the public after more than 20 years as part of a £125m regeneration project.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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