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News Edit: 9 September 2018

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

Ami Doshi, Kenyan Jeweller Who Designed British PM Theresa May's Necklace

Kenyan: British Prime Minister Theresa May was in Kenya in August and while on a State House dinner event, she was...

The five young African designers you need to know

Financial Times: From Cairo to Soweto, they’re changing the face of global fashion.

My Favourite Pieces: Evan Michelson on human-hair jewellery

Financial Times: The collector discusses her fascination for adornments made from dead people’s locks.

Star-studded Hatton Garden film angers victims for 'glorifying' the £14m jewellery robbers

The Telegraph: As trailers go, the clip promoting the comedy King of Thieves is suitably packed with gags about an aging...

What Does It Take To Be A Responsible Jeweller?

Human Rights Watch: This week, hundreds of jewellers from around the world attended International Jewellery London. Last year, it drew about 9,000 industry representatives from...

Restaurant plans for run-down Jewellery Quarter buildings

Birmingham Mail: London-based developer makes first investment into Birmingham and unveils proposals for new offices, high-end restaurants and flats.

New project to discover Jewellery Quarter memories

Birmingham Post: Series of events will start this weekend as part of £2m mission to document the history of Birmingham's famous manufacturing district.

Mejuri Wants to Upend Fine Jewellery With a Drop Model

BOF: The direct-to-consumer jeweller has raised $5 million in funding in a bid to revolutionise the industry through a drop model.

How to organize your favourite jewellery

IOL: When it comes to storing jewellery , there is no shortage of organizing options. In fact, the choices can feel overwhelming, however, the best choice is usually determined simply by the of space available.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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