The rather stunning Jewellery Fashion Watches, or JFW for short, is a great magazine with it’s origins in the Netherlands, but this is the English edition.
Featuring, as the name suggests, an array of the latest styles and trends in the worlds of Jewellery, Fashion and Watches, JFW is comprehensive in itss coverage of these areas – you’ll find everything from brooches to rings, bracelets to jewels and more besides. JFW also features gorgeous themed photoshoots, showing off the jewellery in action. This mag is perfect for anyone with a taste for the luxurious.
Buy a single copy of JFW or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm!
All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).
JFW is a rather nicely produced thing, and being the English language version of a Dutch magazine, also perhaps something of a rarity. And in the world of Jewellery, Fashion and Watches, that isn’t a bad thing.
We’ve always found it a little weird, how the rarity of something makes it far more valuable than the actual usefulness of it. Some metals, such as gold, definitely have plenty of uses – providing top-notch connectors for audio equipment being one obvious one. But it is prized largely because there is a small, finite amount of it in the world – a classic internet fact (i.e one that is dubious in truth) is that each year the entirety of the world mines and refines an amount of gold that would fit in the average sized living room. Not a lot when you think about it, so if you happen to be wearing some gold on your person right now, you can envisage the amount in your hand against the yearly production of the world.
But just because something’s rare, doesn’t mean it’s valuable right? Wrong! By simple virtue of the fact that you have it, and as it’s rare, others don’t, gold becomes a very valuable thing indeed. So take the chance to be one of the few people who owns a copy of JFW, and feel free to feel a little smug. NB