As traditions shift and cultures merge, there is a new wave of contemporary Indian-infused jewels that offer a fresh perspective, so is this a new era?
London-based jeweller impresses judges with creative, contemporary fine jewels, a mastery of colour and a strong vision for the future
One jeweller will be gifted a free place at February show as well as a generous support package from the jewellery industry worth £7,000
Jewellery lovers, buyers and press gathered at Hotel Cafe Royal on September 16th, 2019, for the second day of The Jewellery Cut Live
Central Saint Martins jewellery lecturer Simon Fraser leads a debate on modern Indian jewels with designers Amrapali, Ama Dhami and Akansha Sethi
Former banker and MatchesFashion board member catches the eye of The Jewellery Cut editors with contemporary fine jewels inspired by her Indian heritage
Enamel has added vibrancy and colour to jewels throughout the ages, with a broad spectrum of applications from champlevé and plique-à-jour to grisaille
Discover the jewellery designers you can meet at The Jewellery Cut Live during London Fashion Week in September