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Watches & Jewellery

HIDE CHIC

Secret watches are having a renaissance, as Laura McCreddie-Doak discovers
Watches & Jewellery

HAUTE HOROLOGY

Kathryn Conway explores the extraordinary timepieces that are created when the worlds of haute couture and haute horlogerie collide
Watches & Jewellery

JEWELLERY FINDS ITS EDGY VERVE

Fine jewellery has finally ditched its old-fashioned image and found its edge, thanks to some forward-thinking brands, as Laura McCreddie-Doak finds out
Watches & Jewellery

TIME MACHINE

Rose-tinted reissues by the wristful are whisking us back to watchmaking’s golden years, says Alex Doak
Watches & Jewellery

MAKE YOUR MARK

With a heritage stretching back to Ancient Egypt, signet rings are a lasting symbol of family history and personal identity. Lois Bryson-Edmett meets the jewellers who are keeping the tradition alive today
Watches & Jewellery

TREASURE CHEST

Beautiful jewellery hasn’t always been the main event – the ornate cases and caskets used to house valuable gems have been treasured by the wealthiest classes for centuries. Lois B-E explores the lavish jewellery boxes that can often upstage their precious contents
Watches & Jewellery

ENCHANTING JEWELS

Mesmerising, beautiful jewels are at the heart of many a fairytale romance. But for the rest of us, jewellery is a form of escapism, says Claire Adler
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A CUT ABOVE

With his company set to celebrate its 30th anniversary this autumn, Kathryn Conway catches up with award-winning jewellery designer John Calleija
Watches & Jewellery

UNLOCKING THE VAULTS

IN London is treated to an exclusive look at the treasures available at two very different companies to uncover why, whether you’re buying old or new, the capital is one of the best destinations in the world for fine jewellery

Watches & Jewellery

FLORAL FANCIES

Throughout history, flowers have captured the imagination of the world’s greatest artists and artisans. Be it Vincent Van Gogh’s famous still life paintings of sunflowers – one of which can be viewed at London’s National Gallery – or the spiritual symbolism of the lotus flower in Buddhism, our fascination with petals and plants has placed them, quite literally, on a pedestal.