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After putting a pause on live events during the pandemic, the popular London jewellery show will return with a new cohort of independent designers

Only discovered in the 1960s, this rare green gemstone is a tougher and more affordable alternative to emerald, and as such its stock is rising

It lasts much longer the flowers and is sweeter than chocolates – just two of the reasons to invest in fine jewellery this Mother’s Day

As our favourite ambassador of self love RuPaul says: ‘If you can’t love yourself, how in the hell you gonna love somebody else?’

If you are struggling for last-minute gift ideas or don’t want to face the crowds this year, try our instant jewellery gift – no postage, no shops

Step into Christmas with a countdown of our favourite jewels of the year to provide inspiration aplenty for gifts (and sparkling wish lists)  

Support independent jewellery designers this Black Friday Weekend, with 10% off all jewels at The Jewellery Cut Shop until midnight on Monday              

The Jewellery Cut opens online jewellery shop starring a host of our favourite independent designers – perfect for presents or a lockdown treat

All the details on this season’s show on October 11th & 12th, plus a guide to the designers you can expect to meet at The Royal Institution

The Jewellery Cut Live favourite will be back in October, fresh from lockdown with two new collaborations and not a straight line in sight

Showcase of contemporary jewels will return as a socially distanced event at the Royal Institution in London’s Mayfair on October 11th & 12th, 2020

Deborah Blyth has created a collection of molten gold and baroque pearl jewellery that pays homage to powerful women of lore

All the details you need to know about this season’s show, plus a guide to the designers you can expect to meet there

Showcase of contemporary jewels, open to all, to pop up at The Royal Institution in London’s Mayfair on February 16th & 17th, 2020

Though perfectly smooth and round pearls are what get the super rich salivating, the charm of baroque and slightly wonky variations chime with the times