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As if making up for the low expectation due to a massively downsized exhibition this year, jewelry brands rallied with a scintillating array of new pieces “Baselworld is the platform for the whole industry, not only watches, but also jewelry, gemstones and related branches,” says Mr. Michel Loris-Melikoff, managing director…

Belford Jewellery’s latest collection flutters with happiness Belford Jewellery’s mission is to share their love and passion for high jewellery with the rest of the world. And since 1977, it has been doing exactly that. What began as a passionate hobby of two art-loving owners, doing private commissions for good…

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Brothers Arto and Saro Artinian share an inextricable, one-of-a-kind bond growing up together in the family diamond business. Having learned the ins and outs of jewellery making and diamond trade at an early age, it comes as no surprise that their sibling dynamic has rendered itself well to success in…

Growing up in the family trade, Mattia and Chiara are on a mission to uphold the family legacy. Their father, Gianfranco Cilluffo, is the founder and current president of Orexport; and since the company’s founding in 1969, Orexport has dedicated itself to producing jewellery based on artisan traditions. Although it…

For a relatively young brand, Kahn High Jewellery has made great strides in taking the homegrown Hong Kong brand to the international arena. At their atelier in Central — Hong Kong’s vibrant business and retail centre — diamonds, emeralds, rubies, and other gemstones are put together with an almost obsessive…

You know you have made it as a brand when the Queen of England has been seen wearing your creation not once, but more than a dozen times. Such is the case of Singapore Peranakan jewellery brand Foundation Jewellers, whose creation, the Peranakan Diamond Jubilee pin — a present to…

The best reinvention success stories happen when you believe in your product enough to know it’s time for a cool change. Such was the case for Italian jeweller FOPE. When Umberto Cazzola founded FOPE in 1929, it was a much different company. Its focus was on crafting stretchable watchbands, using…

The jewellery world’s most glamorous and legendary inspirations From Jane Birkin for Jean-Louis Dumas to Françoise Gilot for Picasso, a designer’s muse does not only inspire the artist in shaping a label or a piece of art into the icon that it is known today. She perfectly embodies and epitomises…