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News Edit: 13th December 2020

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

‘Who Doesn’t Love a Diamond?’

NY Times: The author of ‘The Lost Jewels’ talks about a trove of hidden gems, walking tours of London and Samuel Pepys.

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.

Louis Vuitton's New High Jewelry Collection Looks to the Heavens

Town and Country: Space exploration has a deep-rooted place in jewelry history—and with "Stellar Times," Vuitton continues to aim high.

Charlotte Chesnais Gets a Jewelry Box of Her Own

Vogue: Charlotte Chesnais isn’t one to do things by halves. Five years ago, she launched her brand, scooped up the ANDAM Prize, and had her first child, all within about two weeks. A set of twins, many a Saturn earring, and a pandemic later, opening a jewel box of a store rings true to her character.

The new gold standard: meet the creatives making jewellery as diverse as it is dazzling

FT: Social activism has stirred up new initiatives in the industry. It’s well overdue.

Fine jewellery goes digital with new online platform

Wallpaper: Fine jewellery platform Once shows us the future of connecting with brands.


Meet the Bolton jeweller turning heirlooms into fresh and modern pieces

The Bolton News: A jeweller from Bolton said that the demand for heirlooms to be turned into ‘more modern pieces’ is high.

Luxury gift ideas: the designer presents that will last for ever

The Times: Serious treats – for people and pets – that aren’t just for Christmas. By Sophie Goodwin. Photography by Benedict Morgan. Styled by Lianna Fowler.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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