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

Jeweler Pandora Takes Ethical Stand Against Mined Diamonds

Bloomberg: Pandora A/S, which makes more pieces of jewelry than any other company in the world, will no longer use mined diamonds, dropping another raw material tainted by ethical concerns.

Inside Track: Ex-Facebook chief Dave Spillane gives fine ethical jewellery the thumbs-up

The Times: Dave Spillane, who was one of Facebook’s top Irish executives, rising to the post of the social media giant’s chief accounting officer in Silicon Valley, has gone into jewellery and shiny things.

BBC: All That Glitters contestants 2021 - meet Daniel, Tamara and co!

Reality Tit Bit: If you love jewellery, then you may want to tune in for BBC’s latest competition called All That Glitters. We have the line-up here…

All That Glitters 2021 contestants: Meet the line up of designers from new series

Telly Mix: All That Glitters cast for BBC Two series.

Thomas Lyte Unveiled As Fa And Emirates Fa Cup's Trophy And Silverware Supplier

The FA: The Queen’s Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, Thomas Lyte, has today been announced as the official trophy and silverware supplier of both The FA and Emirates FA Cup after signing an exclusive five-year partnership agreement.

British & Irish Lions Enlist Thomas Lyte For First Ever Tour Trophy

Sport Industry: The British & Irish Lions have announced Thomas Lyte as their new Official Silverware Supplier, and have unveiled a new trophy which will be lifted by the winner of the 2021 Castle Lager Lions Series.

Pandora jewellery brand says it will stop selling mined diamonds

The Guardian: Chain becomes first big retailer to completely switch to lab-grown stones, amid ethical concerns.

Dazzling emerald birthstone jewellery for May

Luxury London: Coveted for their depth and clarity, these are the emerald jewels guaranteed to impress this month.

Tiara of the Month: The modern day jewellery houses that make contemporary tiaras with historic appeal

Tatler: Buy now and future generations will thank you.

Mothers express themselves with breast milk bling

The Times: ‘Big girls need big diamonds,” declared Elizabeth Taylor. One wonders what the Hollywood legend would have thought of bling made out of breast milk.

STYLE Edit: Graff’s new Tribal high jewellery collection was inspired by an ancient folk tale –

SCMP: Catch its touring exhibition in Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore and Hong Kong this May.

Eight of the biggest, most glamorous new jewellery watches

The Telegraph: See the best of the new generation of women's cuff watches - exquisitely wrought triumphs of embellishment and engineering.

Jan Leeming: was my jewellery show idea hijacked for All That Glitters?

The Telegraph: The newsreader sent an identical proposal to the BBC in 2017 and was 'gutted' to see the Katherine Ryan show appear last month.

‘Angry and upset’ ex-newsreader Jan Leeming says she pitched idea

Daily Mail: for All That Glitters reality show to the BBC in 2017 and fears they ‘hijacked’ it without her.

Our Jewellery Editor's top five pieces from Chanel's new No5-inspired high jewellery collection

The Telegraph: The house has released its largest ever high jewellery collection in celebration of its signature perfume's centenary.

Sculptural jewellery designs from leading artists

Wallpaper: Jewellers and artists, from New York to London, have come together to create sleek and sculptural jewellery.

Would YOU wear a ring made of breast milk? Sales of unorthodox jewellery costing as much as £1,300 soar as mothers seek mementoes of nursing their babies

Daily Mail: Unorthodox jewellery sales are soaring as women seek to celebrate milestones.

Alighieri Launches Wedding Jewellery – Plus Rental! – For Modern Brides

Vogue: Joy-spreading jewellery designer Rosh Mahtani’s Alighieri shows have frequently reminded Vogue editors of weddings owing to their sense of ceremony – and the odd tear shed. “Jewellery is so synonymous with tying people together and weddings are the ultimate ritual,” says Mahtani via Zoom.

May 2021: What's New In Jewellery

Asia Tatler: An 80-carat diamond makes headlines and the jewellery auction business has never been better.

101 carat diamond to be auctioned in Geneva jewellery sale

Reuters: The largest diamond ever cut in Russia - a 100.94 carat stone called the Alrosa Spectacle - will be auctioned in Geneva later this month.

Floating jewellery maker hoping to cause a splash in Tamworth

Birmingham Mail: The 41-year-old has set up his workshop from his 60ft narrowboat.

Gold jewellery to hug the body

Wallpaper: Liv Luttrell’s sensual gold jewellery juxtaposes different finishes and strikes a dramatic silhouette.




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