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

Inside the Goldsmiths’ Company: how forensic experts take down the UK’s biggest silver forgers

INews: Royal jewellery experts, traders and Antiques Roadshow valuers meet to forensically examine claims of ‘fake’ silverware.

Anuka - the Tarporley jewellery brand made with a conscience

Living Edge: Do you know where your favourite silver necklace was made? Can you trace its creation back to the very beginning?

10 best jewellery gifts for her this Valentine’s Day

Independent: From delicate necklaces to statement earrings, these pieces are sure to impress.

Poppy Delevigne Stars in Chopard's Precious Lace Jewellery Collection

Senatus: Chopard has chosen British actress Poppy Delevigne to embody its Precious Lace collection, which is inspired by the lightness and whiteness of lace, plays with light and space, weaving diamonds and gold together in fluid, intricate openwork.

Chopard Debuts Sparkling Lace Jewels Using Ethical Diamonds And Gold

Forbes: Chopard’s latest collection of high jewels uses ethically sourced diamonds and gold to create contemporary interpretations of traditional lace fabric. Named the Precious Lace Collection, the designs echo the airiness of traditional floral patterns, scrolls, swirls and scalloped edges of fine antique lace.

Haute Couture Week kicks off digitally in Paris

Fashion United: While Covid-19 has forced Haute Couture Week to host digitally for its spring/summer 2021 couture season, the official schedule confirms that 28 houses are set to participate.

The best jewellery at Paris Couture Week, from Dior's pearl crowns to Fendi's supersized earrings

The Telegraph: Molten-gold body parts and shoulder-dusting earrings were among the most fabulous jewellery of Haute Couture Week, on and off the catwalk.

Chanel’s 2021 high jewellery collection launches at Paris Couture Week

Wallpaper: The Escale à Venise collection takes inspiration from one of Gabrielle Chanel’s favourite cities.

Buccellati’s 2021 high jewellery collection launches at Paris Couture Week

Wallpaper: Handcrafted openworking characterises the new collection from the Italian jewellery house.

Schiaparelli’s 2021 high jewellery collection launches at Paris Couture Week

Wallpaper: Daniel Roseberry’s third collection for Schiaparelli brings a fun flamboyance to jewellery.

Van Cleef & Arpels’ 2021 high jewellery collection launches at Paris Couture Week

Wallpaper: Sous les Etoiles looks to the heavens for inspiration.

Mask jewellery: mask chains are both practical and chic

Wallpaper: Mask chains, a hygienic way to hold on to your mask, also look good as a stand-alone accessory.

Jaeger-LeCoultre brings technical precision to guilloché dials

Wallpaper: Humans have the upper hand at Jaeger-LeCoultre, where artisans control historic machines to give precision detailing its edge.

Oxford jeweller Beaverbrooks looking for 'most romantic' lockdown love stories

Oxford Mail: A jeweller has launched a search for Oxford’s most romantic lockdown love stories, with a special ‘diamond date night’ worth £1,000 up for grabs.

No, we don't need vibrating social distancing bracelets

Management Today: There are some weird and wonderful ideas for getting workers together safely, but whatever happened to common sense?

Boucheron Is Making High Jewelry for All Genders

Town and Country magazine: Its new Art Deco collection is adaptable for anyone’s style.

The Pandemic Closed Jewelry Stores—So the Gems Came to Us Instead

Town and Country Magazine: The jewelry house call, standard practice a century ago, makes a triumphant comeback in the midst of the coronavirus.

The demi-fine jewellery boom: Is luxury next?

Vogue Business: First, demi-fine jewellery brands tapped a new Gen Z market. Now they want to tap luxury shoppers.

Red enamel rings (and other jewels) for Chinese New Year and beyond

FT: Ring in the spring with these 10 colourful finds.

Chanel’s New High Jewellery Collection Reflects Venice At Its Most Magical

Vogue: When Chanel’s jewellery head Patrice Leguéreau went to Venice with his sketchbook in 2018 to start thinking about the Escale à Venise high jewellery collection, he would have been blissfully unaware of what the world would be like when the collection actually launched in January 2021.

Dua, Gigi & Bella Are Behind The Rise Of Plastic Fantastic Jewellery

Vogue: Holiday jewellery: it’s almost a state of mind, isn’t it? That free-spirited moment when the sun-kissed, happy hour version of yourself becomes a person who wears beaded bracelets and shell anklets.


News Edit: 31st January 2021


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