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A gleam come true. Partly inspired by best friend Princess Diana, Rosa Monckton has set up her own jewellery and home accessories collection. Her aim? To create unique, British-made pieces and support a cause close to her heart.
Rosa Monckton (who has worked for Tiffany and Asprey & Garrard in the past) has set up a new online catalogue, showcasing the work of British designers and craftsmen.
How delicious is this safety-pin heart bracelet?
Open your heart.
Jewellery makes the perfect Valentine's gift and has a language all of its own - hearts symbolise love, diamonds are forever and a ring says will you marry me.
Rosa Monckton, the late Princess Diana's best friend, has launched a new range of jewellery and luxury gifts with a purpose.
How the Possum became public Enemy No 1.
Designers who work with fur earn the wrath of animal rights activities, but in New Zealand they are considered national heroes. Indeed, environmentalists and wildlife campaigners are enthusiastic supporters of the country's fledgling possum fur industry.
Designed in the name of the rose
A goat in front of the Aga, a tranquil mill pond and a wrought iron gate to green garden have been Rosa Monckton's life since she left her career among the shiny jewellers of London's Bond Street.
Going it alone with diamonds and furs. Rosa Monckton used to head both Tiffany and Asprey & Garrard but she swaped Mayfair corporates for her own business to support a cause close to her heart, says David Parsley.
Standing room only at the launch party for Rosa Monckton's jewellery line, held in City banker John Studzinki's Chelsea home.
Breakfast at Rosa's
She was a rock to her friend Princess Diana and she brought Tiffany to London. But Rosa Monckton's current jewellery venture is a little closer to her heart. Kate Reardon finds her Sussex farmhouse the perfect setting.
Sir Bob Geldof and companion Jeanne Marine were at the Chelsea mansion of financier John Studzinski last night to celebrate the launch of Rosa Monckton's new home and accessories business.
Cherie Blair, wearing a burgundy trouser suit looked subdued as she left the launch party of Rosa Monckton's new jewellery line last night.
Rosa has designs on your home ...
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