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News Edit: 24 March 2019

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

Beyond Fabergé: Bykovs And Russian Jewelry Renaissance

Forbes: From the Tsars to the Kardashians, uniqueness outweighs carat-count when it comes to fine jewelry ownership.

Meet Göran Kling, Who Is Crafting Street-Smart “Slang” Jewelry in Sweden

Vogue: Peer out jeweler Göran Kling’s window and what do you see? An abandoned concrete factory riddled with graffiti.

Contraceptive Jewellery Could Be The Next Method Of Birth Control

Independent: Contraceptive jewellery is currently being tested by scientists as a new form of birth control.

Mystery of the largest hoard of Celtic coins ever found is finally solved

Daily Mail: The single biggest hoard of Celtic coins ever found is now thought to be two separate stashes that were buried together.

Six Easy Pieces To Include When Building A Jewelry Wardrobe

Forbes: There was a time when the essentials of building a jewelry collection included classic diamond studs, a diamond solitaire pendant and a diamond line or tennis bracelet...

How the 70s Punk Movement Inspired British Jeweller Stephen Webster

Asia Tatler: The jeweller behind Madonna and Guy Ritchie’s wedding rings bares his thoughts about how the engrossing process of writing is sometimes like jewellery making and why Brexit is a “weird period” in Britain's politics.

Kinghorn jeweller scoops coveted accolade

Fife Today: Kinghorn jeweller Evie Milo, has been presented with a prestigious Artist of Merit award by Arts in Fife.

Italian jewellery brand is accused of 'racism' and 'cultural appropriation' over adverts featuring white models in Native American headdresses

Daily Mail: An Italian jewellery brand has been accused of 'racism' and 'cultural appropriation' over adverts featuring white models in Native American headdresses.

French Jewelry Designer Sylvie Corbelin's Creations Allow Wearers To Understand Their Emotions

Forbes: For the initiated, there’s a certain magic about making your way to Sylvie Corbelin’s boutique at the Paul Bert Market, part of the Saint-Ouen Flea Market in northern Paris, lost between the last rose garden and overgrown ivy.

Sotheby's | Design, Fashion & Historic Jewels

Flaunt: Senior Director of Sotheby’s Luxury Division, and Sotheby’s Los Angeles jewelry specialist, will be on hand for a discussion about how historic jewel collections continue to influence the modern fashion world.

Christie’s to sell historic aquamarine & diamond tiara by Fabergé in Magnificent Jewels auction, Geneva

Indulge Express: Made in 1904 as a wedding gift from Frederick Francis IV, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1882-1945) to his bride Princess Alexandra of Hanover and Cumberland (1882-1963), this Fabergé tiara is of symbolic design with forget-me-not flowers tied with ribbon bows, signifying true and eternal love, pierced by arrows representing cupid, a token of endearment, attraction and affection


The Best Diamond Jewelry for April Birthdays

Town and Country: April babies get the most coveted gem of all for their birthstone.

Gang 'tunnels' into London store and steals around £500k worth of jewels

Sky News: A gang reportedly drilled their way into the Fleet Street jewellers from a shop next door before they helped themselves.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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