Dior unveils new additions to the Rose Des Vents collection

[ad_1] Home/News/Designers/Dior unveils new additions to the Rose Des Vents collection Designers The latest additions to the collection follow the second chapter of its Rose Des Vents campaign which presented creations from Victoire de Castellane Dior has unveiled the latest additions to its Rose Des Vents...

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Hatton Jewellers unveils new flagship Chelmsford store

[ad_1] Home/News/Retailers/Hatton Jewellers unveils new flagship Chelmsford store Retailers Additionally, the space has a separate glass-fronted workshop for crafting jewellery which can be seen from the showroom, equipped with new machinery English luxury jewellery brand Hatton Jewellers has opened a new flagship store in the centre...

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Familiar Faces – Art Jewelry Forum

[ad_1] Brooches, arranged in two branching rows reminiscent of a family tree, portray jewelry colleagues, gallerists, curators, and peers whom the maker has encountered throughout his career The brooches emit a gentle sound and crinkle when handled. The artist, Tore Svensson, used veneer painted with seven...

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In Remembrance of Tone Vigeland

[ad_1] Oslo, Norway, March 31, 2024 Tone Vigeland is widely considered a pioneer within the field of art jewelry. Born in 1938 into one of Norway’s most prominent artist families, Tone entered Statens Håndverks- og Kunstindustriskole (today called Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo, the Oslo National Academy of...

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These Are Not Your Easter Bunnies

[ad_1] Exhibition view, The Wild Garden, 2024, rabbits displayed on table, Jewelers’Werk Galerie, Washington D.C., photo: Adriana Radulescu The Wild GardenMarch 16–April 4, 2024Jewelers’Werk Galerie, Washington, D.C. How does an artist express emotion within a piece of jewelry? For the German maker Jutta Kallfelz, the answer is...

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Gecko extends D for Diamond collection with Simply Imagine range

[ad_1] Gecko has extended its D for Diamond collection with a new Simply Imagine range. The collection caters to both older and younger children alike. The new range features earrings, bangles and chains. For tweens, there is a range of “sophisticated” pieces including a larger hinged bangle...

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Bradley’s Jewellers partners with Castle Howard for new Spring range

[ad_1] Bradley’s Jewellers York has extended its partnership with North Yorkshire-based stately home Castle Howard as it secured a prime position in its Courtyard Window just in time for its reopening.  The extensive jewellery display includes “best-selling” pieces from Bradley’s Jewellers York’s existing collections and exclusive...

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BATF and NAJ announce date for 2024 AGMs

[ad_1] The British Allied Trades Federation (BATF) and the National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) have announced they will host their respective AGMs on 6 June 2024. The events will be held at the Tower of London and followed by a celebratory Benevolent Society dinner and private...

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UK hallmarking falls 4.1% in February

[ad_1] Home/News/Manufacturers/UK hallmarking falls 4.1% in February Manufacturers Palladium actually saw an increase of 37.6% from 449 up to 618 pieces hallmarked The number of pieces hallmarked in the UK fell 4.1% in February compared to the same period last year, according to data from the...

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Jessica Flinn rebrands with new updated look

[ad_1] Sheffield-based jeweller Jessica Flinn Fine Jewellery has announced its rebrand with a new updated look.  From the detailed redesign of its logo to the selection of a “refined” colour palette, every facet of Jessica Flinn Fine Jewellery’s rebranding journey has been carefully curated to “epitomise...

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