Author: Allrings


  • Art Deco Cartier brooch to sell at first Chiswick Auction of 2021
    A rare Art Deco Cartier brooch will lead the Chiswick Auctions first major auction of this year. The Art Deco Cartier diamond and rock crystal lapel brooch was formerly owned by the New York socialite Miss Mary Augusta McCagg. With its Indian influence and monochrome colour palette, the item is expected to sell competitively as […]
    Patrick O'Donnell
  • Daniella Draper Jewellery to launch sixth site
    Jewellery retailer Daniella Draper Jewellery has announced the opening of its sixth site, located on Grimsby’s Victoria Street. Founded in Cleethorpes over a decade ago, the launch represents a further expansion into Grimsby, where the firm’s workshop is also based. The shop features a “promising, bright space” with an antique jewellery cabinet from Liberty London […]
    Harry Deacon
  • Alighieri launches new bridal collection
    Alighieri has announced the launch of its new bridal collection which was hand-casted in London’s Hatton Garden with recycled metals. The collection groups together signature pieces with wedding day essentials and was inspired by the mythical landscapes depicted in Dante Alighieri’s book of poems. It also features fresh silver chokers and pearl earrings as well […]
    Hemma Visavadia
  • Giovanni Raspini launches new Summer 2021 collection
    Italian jewels and silverware group Giovanni Raspini has launched its new Summer 2021 collection. The release is split into five collections, all containing the common element of “sculptural and naturalistic” designs to stay in tune with the brand’s hallmark. The Sunrise theme includes both natural pearls and pink and grey mother-of-pearl to create a “pavé […]
    Harry Deacon
  • UK economy shrinks 1.5% in Q1 despite signs of recovery
    The UK economy shrank by 1.5% during the first three months of the year due to the impact of the national lockdown. According to the latest figures by the ONS however, the contraction shows a marked improvement on the first lockdown last year when gross domestic product (GDP) contracted by 19.5% over the April-June period. […]
    Lewis Catchpole