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Carat and stick

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend but they’re proving a kick in the proverbial baubles for Frank Gehry. The man behind Hove’s ‘tin can’ towers is being sued by a Californian company that claims he defrauded them in a deal for his new Tiffany jewellery collection. Circa Publishing Enterprises contends it had a little gem of a deal with Gehry for the exclusive rights to produce, distribute and sell Gehry-trademarked jewelry and gift items. But somehow, somewhere the sparkle ...

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