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News Edit: 7 March 2021

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

Beautiful aquamarine birthstone jewellery for March

Luxury London: Associated with serenity and tranquility, there’s no better birthday gift for turbulent times.

Meghan's 'ethically-sourced' pink ring in recent video holds 'special connection' to past

Daily Express: MEGHAN, Duchess of Sussex's ring accessory in one of her and Prince Harry's latest appearances has a special meaning for the royal, according to the jewellery brand maker.

The $20,000 PC Encrusted With Diamonds And Bill Gates

Forbes: You've probably heard of celebrities customizing their favorite sneakers or watches with precious stones, but what about their PC? Well, it took skilled jewellery maker and YouTuber Bobby White and his brother Tommy, to do it, and with tens of thousands of dollars-worth of diamonds too.

Silver spirits: the new cupmakers calling the shots

FT: Meet the metalworkers crafting magical beakers for shots, champagne and cocktails.

Golden Globes: 8 Dazzling Gems Ready for the Virtual Awards Show

Hollywood Reporter: Check out these one-of-a-kind jewelry creations — featuring brilliant pops and sweeps of color — that are worthy accessories for the stars.

Golden Globes 2021: Our Favorite Jewelry Looks

JCK Online: This year’s Golden Globes ceremony, like so many other “live” events that have happened during the COVID-19 pandemic, was a multicity affair savvily produced and televised to most closely resemble the show from “before times.” In this odd and iffy era, we recognize and appreciate the effort.

Rupert Hambro, scion of a banking dynasty who broke away to form his own successful company – obituary

The Telegraph: He became chairman of the family firm, but found his métier in a smaller and more adventurous boutique operation.

Twinkling Aquamarine jewels for those with a March birthday

Tatler: Tatler's Jewellery Editor, Charlie Miller, showcases March's birthstone, the aquamarine, with 31 mesmerising pieces – one for each day of the month.

Lavish in excelsis: The jewellery of Catherine the Great

Tatler: The longest serving Empress of Russia transformed an entire room in the Winter Palace to house her magnificent collection of jewels.

The ice pack: how hip-hop jewellery became big business

FT: Rap stars have transformed the fine-jewellery market and become some of its biggest clients. We talk to the creatives bringing the OTT into the everyday.




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