The breakthrough could reduce production costs for anything using precious metals.
The ‘incognito’ the jewellery which has been compared to something an Egyptian Goddess would wear, is designed to combat the creeping number of facial recognition technologies being implemented globally.
Eagle-eyed Mateusz Adamczyk stumbled upon the beautifully preserved Anglo-Saxon piece of jewellery whilst walking along the banks of the River Thames in London. He could now be entitled to a finder’s fee of 100 percent of the value.
The beautifully delicate and ornate 3,000-year-old bracelets date back to the late Bronze Age and are thought to have belonged to a people known as the Lusatian culture.
During this year's event, exhibitors will present jewellery, watches, unmounted precious stones, jewellery equipment and protection systems, among others.
While cars still lead the way in luxury items, clothing is gaining ground as a close second.