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Parisian jeweller Messika teamed up with the music superstar to create a piece of haute joallerie inspired by good vibrations

The Leeds family business was once the biggest pearl dealer outside London, and Charles Silverton is carrying on the tradition of hunting for exceptional gemstones

The Spirit of the Rose, a flawless 14.83ct diamond that takes its name from a famous ballet, is expected to fetch up to $38m at Sotheby’s next month

A wide spectrum of diamond colours dazzle digitally, as bidders battle for upmarket engagement rings and a 20ct Graff rock

Dr Laurent Cartier has travelled to Sierra Leone to create a short film about the men diving, not digging, for gems in the riverbed

Distinctive heart-like setting used by the British jeweller to cup the world’s largest diamond is reimagined in miniature to create transformable jewels

Old-cut gems sparkle as auctioneer invites jewellery bidders back into the room for the first time since lockdown at its auction house in Birmingham

Diamond miner offers financial assistance to Botswana and Namibia to help the countries battle the growing Coronavirus pandemic

The journey of the world’s unconventional second-largest rough diamond from a Botswana mine to Louis Vuitton’s drawing board

Master of diamonds Mike Asscher talks exquisite proportions, upholding a famous family business, and diamond-filled snow globes

Anuj Sahny prizes sustainable sourcing above all as he strives to create contemporary, wearable diamond jewels that women will want to buy for themselves

You could be in with a chance of winning a pink diamond necklace worth £3,000 if you visit The Jewellery Cut Live on February 16th & 17th

Join Mike Asscher for an afternoon talk on his family’s diamond legacy, from cutting the Cullinan diamond for the royal family through to modern-day ethics  

A jewellery designer from Belarus believes he has created a goldsmithing world first with a minuscule adornment that is smaller than a match tip

Lebrusan Studio pledges to use more vintage diamonds within its fine jewellery collections in a bid to cool the ecological crush of consumerism