Boodles unveils new Lucky collection

Boodles has launched its new equine-inspired collection, Lucky. The new range is designed to showcase the “majestic nature” of racehorses and the “exhilarating moments” of racing. The first winner of the Cheltenham Gold Cup, which Boodles now sponsors, was called Red Splash and for this new collection, its designers drew…

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Queens of Weymouth jewellers to close after three years

Queens of Weymouth jewellers in Dorset has announced that it is closing after three years of operation. A statement on the company’s website said that the shop was closed but will reopen for a closing down sale on 1 March. The jewellers, owned by husband and wife duo Dean and…

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Pandora begins £459m share buyback programme

Home/News/Retailers/Pandora begins £459m share buyback programme Retailers Under the current authorisation to acquire treasury shares, Pandora can acquire up to 10% of the existing nominal share capital Pandora has commenced a DKK4.0bn (£459m) share buyback programme to reduce its share capital and to meet obligations arising from company incentive programmes.…

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Vaughtons enters memorial jewellery market

Birmingham-based manufacturer, Vaughtons, has entered the memorial jewellery market with the launch of Phoenix by Vaughtons, which sells memorial jewellery with ashes encapsulated within vitreous enamel.  This venture is the first direct-to-consumer business for the company, whose artisans will be creating a range of handmade memorial jewellery at its Well…

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In Remembrance: Peter Skubic (1935–2024)

Peter Skubic, born in Gornji Milanovac on August 11, 1935, was one of the most important and influential artists in contemporary jewelry, a discipline dedicated to opening up jewelry to an autonomous form of artistic expression from the 1960s onward. Skubic formulated this approach succinctly in his artistic credo: “Jewelry…

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London Diamond Bourse launches diamond manufacturing course

The London Diamond Bourse has announced the launch of a brand new diamond manufacturing course. This one-day program has been designed to offer in-depth insights into the intricate process of transforming natural rough diamonds into polished gems. The course will be led by industry expert Craig Sievewright, who has extensive…

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Giovanni Raspini launches new Spring/Summer 2024 collection

Home/News/Retailers/Giovanni Raspini launches new Spring/Summer 2024 collection Retailers The collection is designed for everyday wear and is composed of a necklace, a pendant, a bracelet (all three with hammered chain inserts), a ring and a pair of earrings Giovanni Raspini is set to launch its new Spring/Summer 2024 collection on…

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Top high jewelry collections at Paris Couture show 2024

Twice a year the grand maisons of Place Vendome unveil dazzling high jewellery collections to beguile their clients while they are in Paris shopping their haute couture wardrobe. In June the high jewellery creators are given carte blanche to design what they like, whereas the sparkling gemstones unveiled in January…

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Gem Corps’ Sweet Chairiot is a tribute to Black history & resistance

I have a very special piece of jewelry to show you today. my darlings: The Gem Corps’ Sweet Chairiot, a cleverly designed social justice talisman that has already made a huge impression on the jewelry lovers of Instagram. Sweet Chairiot is many things: an adorable itty-bitty folding chair, an impressively…

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