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Jewellery15 January 2021
A Cascading Pair of Earrings Inspired by Tweed

These dangling earrings from Chanel conjure the informal, unpretentious warp and weft that captured the designer’s renegade imagination so many years ago.

Object of Desire, Jewellery13 January 2021
A Sumptuous Necklace That Melds With The Body

Created by Pierre Hardy — who has designed Hermes’ shoes for three decades — the À l’Écoute necklace incorporates an elegant palette that is both stunning and easy to wear.

Jewellery12 January 2021
Winter Blooms

In a dreamy, wintry snowscape, the glittering blooms of Van Cleef & Arpels's Frivole collection capture the light to astonishing effect.

Jewellery26 December 2020
The High Jewellery Flowers That Look Almost Like the Real Thing

At Van Cleef & Arpels, floral-themed jewellery has moved from tentative first budding to a glorious springtime blossoming.

Jewellery, Watches21 December 2020
A Collection of Refined Gifts Worthy of Celebration

Cartier’s object, watches and accessories are the perfect gifts to give and receive this holiday season.

Jewellery, Object of Desire, Trending18 December 2020
A Necklace That Bears An Ancient Symbol Of Luck

Van Cleef & Arpels’ classic Alhambra motif — first unveiled in the 60s — continues to be reinvented today.

Jewellery, Art & Design14 December 2020
An Iconic Jewelled Cuff Bracelet Inspired by The Macabre

Tiffany & Co. launches a limited-edition collection of Elsa Peretti’s unmistakable bone cuff in celebration of its 50th anniversary.

Trending, Jewellery4 December 2020
An Unlikely Fine Jewellery Collection by Two Contrasting Establishments

Mikimoto and Comme des Garçons are collaborating on a limited-edition collection of pearl necklaces that celebrate gender neutrality.

Jewellery24 November 2020
A Fine Jewellery Collection With Timeless Emblems that Defy Convention

First launched in 1932, Chanel’s Bijoux de Diamants collection is reinterpreted today to reflect the biographical statements of its namesake founder.

Jewellery, Object of Desire19 November 2020
An Hermès Necklace in Harmony With the Human Form

From the storied French house, a gem-studded creation that gently embraces its wearer.

Jewellery17 November 2020
The Singaporean Fine Jewellery Brand Breathing New Life to Abandoned Heirlooms

The founder of Luxequisite, Lydia Lim, gives clarity to the ambiguous business of buying jewellery, proving her brand to be not just about the jewellery, but also about its customers.

Jewellery12 November 2020
Looking Into the Craft of an Ethically-Made Diamond

In an industry where diamond companies remain opaque about its operations, Tiffany & Co. is insisting on putting up transparent walls.

Jewellery6 November 2020
The Jewellery Designer Who Sets Stories in Stone

Jessica McCormack, the founder of the eponymous fine jewellery label, delves into her passion for jewellery design and her design process in an interview with T Singapore.

Jewellery27 October 2020
A Peek Into the Past Through an Archive-Inspired Ring

Van Cleef & Arpels elevates the traditional craft of beading with its new Perlée diamond pavé ring.

Profile in Style, Jewellery22 October 2020
The Jewellery Designer Who Creates for the Modern Woman

Shanya Amarasuriya, the creative director of B.P. de Silva Jewellers, uses the brand’s platform to design for the modern woman — and for a bigger change.

Jewellery16 October 2020
From Hermès, Jewellery That Listens to the Body

For his latest high jewellery collection for the storied French house, creative director Pierre Hardy looked inward.

Jewellery, Entertainment & Culture18 September 2020
Pearls Are a Boy’s Best Friend

For men, the pearl necklace represents both the unravelling and buttressing of gender norms.

Art & Design, Jewellery25 August 2020
A Former Editor’s Collection of Animal-Themed Jewellery

Inside Foo Mei Zee’s jewellery box is a menagerie of twinkling creatures, from a sapphire serpent to a bejewelled parrot.

Jewellery26 July 2020
Jewellery Made of an Artist’s Recycled Scrap Silver

In her studio, Erin Considine, a jeweller and textile artist, gathers silver detritus — and bends them into fluid pieces.

Jewellery, Art & Design14 July 2020
In a Sleepy Town, the Dead Become Diamonds

A Swiss company is changing the way people grieve by transforming the cremated remains of their loved ones into gems.

Jewellery27 June 2020
From Celine, a Pendant Designed by a Sculptor

The collaboration is a new piece of César’s legacy, and of the larger history of artists making jewellery.

Jewellery24 June 2020
What Is Sustainable Jewellery?

Transparency, for jewellers, lies in the colour green.

Trending, Jewellery11 June 2020
What Happens to Craft in a Time of Crisis? A Fashion Designer and a Jeweller Reflect

As the world adjusts to the new normal of restricted living, two artists — the fashion designer Christopher John Rogers and the jeweller Kim Dunham — share their views on creativity.

Jewellery, Travel3 June 2020
The World in a Jewellery Box

In a time when we are all stuck at home day dreaming of far-flung adventures, one writer finds solace in the accessories she collected as travel souvenirs.

Jewellery6 May 2020
Person to Know: An Artist Who Engraves His Mythical Illustrations on Rings

Through the forgotten art of engraving, Castro Smith creates jewellery that endures a lifetime.

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