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Jewellery21 February 2019
Brand to Know: A Singaporean Jewellery Label Questioning the Role of Adornment

The jeweller duo behind State Property churns fine jewellery that comes tangled in a constellation of stories and emotions.

Jewellery18 January 2019
Object Of Desire: An Indian-Inspired, Threaded Cartier Bracelet

The painstaking technique of threading tiny gem beads to make an elaborate piece of high jewellery first evolved in India at least a thousand years ago.

T | On Set, Jewellery10 January 2019
On Set | Bonds As Tough As Nails with Cartier

In every friendship there lies a bond — one often cemented through shared experiences and a sense of loyalty. Here, Jane Lau and Han Pin Ma, Kim Lim and Priscilla Wong, Mae Tan and Guan Min bring to life this very idea, as they showcase Cartier’s Juste un Clou Collection.

Jewellery8 January 2019
Object of Desire: Chanel's Coromandel Camellia Brooch

An ornate brooch sums up Coco Chanel's obsession with the Chinese Coromandel screen.

Jewellery30 December 2018
Object of Desire: Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Diamonds

For Danish jeweller, and founder of eponymous label Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, jewellery design is about imbuing a sense of a real touch and curves into the fluidity of the object being created.

Jewellery29 December 2018
Brand to Know: A Singapore-Based Italian Jeweller Specialising in the Art of Translating Individual Stories Into Personalised Jewellery

Singapore-based Italian jeweller Danilo Giannoni’s passion for his craft has brought him from Italy to Singapore where he has decided to put down roots and create his “Made in Singapore” custom jewellery. This is his story.

Jewellery29 December 2018
Object of Desire: Van Cleef & Arpels Animal Jewellery, Inspired By the 1984 La Boutique Collection

The French jeweller has given the La Boutique animals a new lease of life – presented in a palette of hard stones and emblematic Perlée bead-edge — in the same vein of its house’s icon, Alhambra.

Jewellery9 December 2018
Mikimoto Pearls: Gems of The Ocean

In commemorating its 125th anniversary, Mikimoto welcomes Chinese actress Dilraba Dilmurat to its family.

Jewellery7 December 2018
The Controversial French Empress Joséphine Lives On — In Chaumet's Jewellery Pieces

Empress Joséphine was considered contemporary and liberated for her time. This same modern sensibility of this long-time muse of Chaumet is revisited in the house's new jewellery collection.

Jewellery30 November 2018
French Jewellers, Fred, Welcomes Home Family's Granddaughter

Eighty-two years after its launch, the eponymous French jewellery brand Fred welcomes “home” Valérie Samuel, the granddaughter of its late founder.

Jewellery13 November 2018
Brand to Know: Nose Jewellery Stirring Conversations On Plastic Surgery

Klang-native young jewellery designer Joanne Tan is determined to dismantle the general perception of hiding one’s physical flaws, one nose at a time.

Jewellery12 November 2018
Person to Know: A Jeweller Born Into A Family of Traders From Palanpur, India

The Mumbai-born, Singapore-based jeweller Vihari Sheth was born to a family of traders from the diamond city of India.

Watches, Jewellery6 November 2018
Object of Desire: Montblanc Spider Metamorphosis Fountain Pen

In the world of Montblanc's fine writing instruments, the spider motif symbolises a creative wordsmith who weaves words into poetry.

Jewellery23 October 2018
Person to Know: The Woman Trained In Gemstones & Jewellery By Her Mother

In her childhood, Seoul-born Joon Han followed her mother around the globe shopping for precious gemstones — from Burma's blood rubies to Colombia's Muzo emerald mines.

Jewellery16 October 2018
Brand to Know: The Jewellery Label Reviving Ancient Chiang Mai’s Silversmithing Culture

Contemporary jewellery label, Cerimani, celebrates “Made In Thailand”.

Jewellery14 October 2018
How Coco Chanel’s Superstition Inspired A Dedicated Jewellery Line

The founding mother’s affinity for astrology spurred the creation of the Sous le Signe du Lion — a continuous homage to her star sign.

Jewellery11 October 2018
Object of Desire: Chaumet's Josephine Aigrette

The Parisian jewellery house of Chaumet pared back empress Joséphine de Beauharnais' opulent, lavish, and layered jewellery collection.

Jewellery2 October 2018
Object of Desire: Harry Winston's Coloured Loop Collection

The collection's tear-drop motif was widely used by the late jeweller, Harry Winston.

T | On Set, Jewellery16 September 2018
On Set | The Secret Garden with Swarovski

Journey through a hidden sanctuary with content creator Nellie Lim as she discovers Swarovski's Fall/Winter '18 collection.

Jewellery16 August 2018
An Independent Jewellery Designer On The Task Of Social Responsibility

Beyond their creative duty, jewellery designers now have to play the role of social responsibility purveyors, tells Yasmin Tjoeng, founder of Singapore-based fine jewellery label, Maison Tjoeng.

Jewellery19 July 2018
Piaget’s First Female CEO, Chabi Nouri On Reinventing The Possession Collection

Chabi Nouri is Piaget’s first female CEO, a significant step for an industry dominated by male in high-level management.

Jewellery16 July 2018
Responsible Diamond Mining and Crafting—Is It Possible?

Sustainability has been a prominent keyword for numerous sectors in recent years — the fine jewellery sector is no exception.

Jewellery13 July 2018
Chaumet Designed A Collection About Bees — Why?

The Parisian jewellers' Bee My Love series of bangles recaps the house's royal history — and the French emperor Napoleon I's quest for power.

Jewellery5 July 2018
Object of Desire: Chaumet Promenades Impériales Brooch

As a jeweller for the royals and dignitaries, Chaumet reinterprets a brooch that recalls an antique hair pin.

Jewellery20 June 2018
Who Is Reed Krakoff, the Man Behind the New Tiffany & Co.?

A troubled beginning with an optimistic future.

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