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News Edit: 6th December 2020

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

Where Black lives don’t matter to jewellers

Jewellery Business: After Alexia Connellan graduated from Columbia University with an art degree, the luxury-design jeweller worked as a professional photographer, and then as a project manager in the tech sector.

New Brand To Know: Jessie Thomas

Forbes: Jewelry is a family affair for Jessie Thomas who has a shop and workshop she shares with her father David Thomas, a master goldsmith in London.

Shop London: The local jewellery brands to know about

Evening Standard: The small, local and independent jewellery labels you need on your radar.

Daniel Roseberry remembers his first Schiaparelli show

The Week: “This photo was taken minutes after my first show,” says Daniel Roseberry. “It’s me, reconnecting with my parents.”

Roman holiday: Bulgari’s Barocko collection

The Week: “Bonjourno! You are here!” sings Bulgari’s creative director Lucia Silvestri.

Jennifer Gibson interview: shine on with costume jewellery

The Week: “Costume jewellery is not made to give women an aura of wealth but to make them beautiful,” so said Coco Chanel, queen of simulated pearls and glittering faux gemsetones.

Kate Middleton's diamond and sapphire band pips Meghan Markle's trilogy jewel to the top spot in poll to find world's most popular engagement ring

Daily Mail: Kate Middleton's blue sapphire and diamond ring has been voted the world's most popular engagement band with her sister-in-law Meghan Markle following in second place with her diamond trilogy ring.

These are the gorgeous sustainable jewellery brands to know now (and love forever)

Stylist: With a wear-forever ethos, these are the jewellery brands putting sustainability first.

SHOP LOCAL THIS CHRISTMAS: Hannah's homegrown jewellery shop started in lockdown

Swindon Advertiser: LOCKDOWN provided an unexpected opportunity for one young jeweller to start making her own designs.

Lancashire family jeweller hails its most profitable year in its long history

Blackpool Gazette: A Lancashire based high street jeweller has posted record annual results and says despite the coronavirus lockdown it is trading strongly in 2020.

Glittering High Jewelry, Inspired by Tweed

NY Times: With their cascades of white and yellow diamonds, these drop earrings conjure the woven, nubby quality of what was one of Coco Chanel’s favorite fabrics.

Archaeology news: 'Rare' piece of 3,000-year-old gold jewellery unearthed in Israel

Express: Archaeologists sifting through thousands of tons of ancient Israeli soil have discovered an exceptionally rare piece of golden jewellery.

Former primary school teacher now runs successful jewellery business in Rugeley

Staffordshire Live: She had never looked back and is celebrating an important milestone.

Best online jewellery making classes to satisfy your creative side

Woman and Home: If you’re keen to flex your creative wings and learn new skills an online jewellery making class could be the thing to try.

The Luxury E-Tailers Revolutionising The Way We Buy Fine Jewellery

Vogue: In a year that has smashed existing records for online jewellery sales, three new dedicated e-tailers have arrived on the scene, marking a continued shift in the way we purchase fine jewellery.

Behind the shine: how the jewellery trade relies on minerals tainted with death

Open Democracy: Leading companies are turning a blind eye to the violence, exploitation and environmental destruction that is endemic in the global mining industry.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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