Month: February 2020

Shadow Work, Demystified

Several years ago, on the advice of a trusted friend, I consulted a renowned psychic about why I was feeling stuck in my life. Six months prior, I’d felt spiritually called to transition from my well-paid marketing consultancy to becoming a full-time shamanic healer. Because of my marketing background, I thought I’d have no problem…


Baselworld’s 2020 show has been cancelled. The news broke today just hours after Switzerland’s Federal Council banned events for more than 1000 people. “For health safety reasons and in accordance with the precautionary principle following the bans of large-scale public and private events issued today by the Swiss federal and cantonal authorities, Baselworld announces that…



Manufacturer Files: Kevan Scott

“I started my business in 1997 in my mum and dad’s cellar, while still employed at a place where I had worked for 12 years and where I also served my apprenticeship,” says Kevan Scott, founder of the jewellery manufacturer and designer Kevan Scott, when recounting how he started the business. Humble beginnings are nothing…


I want to share with you three of the most profound lessons I have learned in my spiritual journey that have helped me heal from 30 years of depression and anxiety. If you continue to struggle with depression and anxiety, despite therapy and medication, this article may help you come to a deeper understanding of…



Jewellery designer Tom Rucker has been awarded the Jacques Cartier Memorial award at the 2020 Goldsmiths’ Craftsmanship and Design Awards ceremony held on Monday (24 February). The award was presented to Rucker for his suite of coloured platinum jewellery, and is given at the discretion of the Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Council (GC&DC) for “exceptional…


When it comes to choosing something as precious as a diamond, it will need careful consideration and lots of knowledge. You don’t want to splurge on something that’s not authentic or of low-quality. A diamond’s price and quality are determined by four C’s –– clarity, colour, carat, and cut. Each of those components is used…


A goldsmith has successfully sued a hospital for £125,000 after a freak accident left him without the use of his arm. Master craftsman, Tony Bellingham, who has created jewels for high-profile brands including Cartier, Boucheron, and Tiffany & Co, was taken to hospital in 2017 after a suspected heart attack. Whilst in hospital, he suffered…


Jewellers should work to establish greater consistency across all of their sales channels this year to take full advantage of the ongoing shift to online shopping in the luxury goods sector, a prominent digital expert has suggested. Speaking at a panel event hosted by Diginius at Google’s HQ in London, Champions (UK) plc’s digital director,…