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The first jewellery I can remember
My parents were diplomats and we used to travel a lot. When my mum got ready for parties she became a princess who glittered with jewellery. I loved her brooches, especially one she inherited from her grandmother. It was an Art Deco barrette in white gold and diamonds.

Most treasured piece of jewellery
A piece that I created for my daughter while I was pregnant with her. It will stay a secret until her 18th birthday.

Weber said people are generous with their gifts of food for the Brandon Area Food Pantry, but she cant accept some things. For example, the pantry cant accept food that has no expiration date on it or items that are expired. She cant accept meat items if she doesnt know which commercial business they came from. If Auntie Mame passes away and you go through her freezer, and she has turkeys and hams in her freezer, I cannot accept that, she said.

Chilli Sunset earrings
These are made over two days by craftsmen specialising in micro-pavé, and are set using vintage briolette-cut honey citrines. The diamonds are round brilliant cut and include cognac, brown and silver diamonds. The metal is finished in matt brush and high polish and there is rhodium or black rhodium plating on the pavé area. £3,950 (020-7881 5828;
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) Illustration: Richard Wilkinson

Katharina Flohr
Managing and creative director, Fabergé

Most treasured piece of jewellery
The 18ct yellow gold, diamond and ruby engagement ring my husband, John, gave me. We designed it together and I love the Art Deco style.

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