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News Edit: 8th November 2020

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

The powerful women behind Cartier’s most iconic symbol

Harpers Bazaar: A new interactive exhibition at Harrods celebrates the glittering heritage of Cartier’s most famous emblem, and the pioneering woman who inspired it.

An ode to nature

Bankock Post: Chopard translates its love for flora and fauna into a new range of high-jewellery creations for this year's Red Carpet collection.

All the coolest Australian jewellery designers are now in one place

Fashion Journal: I don’t know about you, but I find that buying jewellery online can be a daunting process. Either you err on the safe side (read: generic), or you risk it for a unique piece by scrolling on Etsy or Instagram.

The Most Beautiful Nature-Inspired Jewellery Pieces in 2020

Prestige Online: Mother Nature is a muse that never goes out of style.

Natural beauties: 2020 jewellery inspired by elements of nature

Prestige Online: One of the 20th century’s most gifted artists, Jean Schlumberger is famous for spectacular bejewelled objects that reference flora and fauna.

What are lab-grown diamonds? The truth behind the ethical, affordable, identical(!) alternative to traditional diamonds

Glamour Magazine: The experts reveal all.

Dream work from home job will let you wear £4,000 of jewellery - and keep it all

Mirror: A jewellery company are on the hunt for two people to wear and take photographs in their jewellery for social media - and the best part is you'll get to keep it all.

Two Jewels By Feng J Could Fetch $5.8 Million At Phillips Auction

Forbes: Phillips upcoming “Jewels & Jadeite” auction in Hong Kong will feature two creations by Chinese contemporary high jewelry artist, Feng J, that encapsulate her signature motifs.

Tiffany & Co. Reimagines The Classic T Motif With New T1 Collection

Asia Tatler: Since the 1980's, high-end jewellery brand, Tiffany & Co., has been celebrating its legacy through the iconic T motif. This year, Reed Krakoff reinvents the classic look into something much more contemporary.

Boy bling: Missoma launches first men’s jewellery collection

Evening Standard: Connell’s chain aplenty.

Meet the young Glasgow silversmith who launched her first collection after setting herself on lockdown challenge

Glasgow Times: LOCKDOWN led an opportunity to discover many new talents, whether that be the perfected banana bread recipe, the ability to binge-watch a whole Netflix season in one day or mastering a roll out of bed two minutes before your working day begins – we’ve all got a new knack to show for it.

Bea Bongiasca’s Millennial-Friendly Jewellery Has Wiggled Its Way Into Dua Lipa’s Heart

Vogue: You may have spotted jewellery designer Bea Bongiasca’s colourful creations in behind the scenes shots from the set of Dua Lipa’s “Fever” video that she shared with her 54.3 million Instagram followers.

Scottish festival showcases sparkling array of jewellery

The Edinburgh Reporter: Exquisite hand-made work by over 50 established and emerging makers will be on show at Scotland’s annual Elements Festival of Jewellery, Silver and Gold.

Lab-Grown Diamonds Need To Be On Every Jewelry Store’s Shopping List

Forbes: In just ten short years, lab-grown diamonds have come from nowhere to being the fastest-growing category in the jewelry market today.

Joy BC: The Jewellery Artist Inspired By Neoclassicism And Loved By Lil Wayne

Elle: Each month ELLE UK is putting a spotlight on small fashion brands. This month we speak to RA graduate Joy BC and her eponymous jewellery brand.

Jewellery maker Pandora warns new lockdowns may hurt peak season sales

Reuters: Danish jewellery-maker Pandora PNDORA.CO said on Tuesday positive sales momentum in the third quarter had extended into October but new coronavirus lockdown measures created uncertainty about peak season sales and its full-year guidance.

Iconic Pieces Crafted at 18 Place Vendôme, The Home Of Chanel High Jewellery

Design Limited Edition: It goes without saying that Gabrielle Chanel’s Parisian vigour, and affection for the City of Light, stems from her love for the iconic Place Vendôme.

Exquisite jewels belonging to Dame Joan Collins to go on sale at Bonhams

Tatler: The former Tatler cover star is auctioning five pieces to raise money for one of her charities.

Jewels Owned By Joan Collins Highlight Bonhams London Auction

Forbes: Five jewels owned by film, television and stage star, Dame Joan Collins, will be among the highlights of the Bonhams London Jewels sale on November 12. The live sale will go on as planned but the saleroom will not be open to the public. Bids will instead be submitted by absentee means, online and by telephone.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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