To be held once again at the iconic Jewel Pavilion at Ngee Ann City on Orchard Road, the Singapore Jewelfest is back with an ever more exciting line-up on October 7th to 16th.. With over 10 countries and 60 fine jewellers slated to participate in the show, expect new trends and exciting designs to be unveiled. We pick out some of the highlights that you should look out for in this 10-day affair.
CARATELL (Booth No.: RC08)
One of Asia’s promising brands, Caratell will be showcasing their latest masterpieces at the show. Returning for yet another year at the show, Caratell’s upcoming collections consist of fresh, striking colours inspired by the paintings of famous artists. One of their star pieces is the Van Gogh Iris necklace, adorned with sapphires, tsavorites, and dazzling diamonds on 18k white, yellow, and black gold. Other highlights include the Spanish Dancer ring (top right, image opener) and Tsavorite earrings — perfect for those who prefer to don glamorous, statement pieces.
ESVARA VIVA (Booth No.: RC10)
German jeweller Esvara Viva takes inspirations from the sights and sounds of the world around us. Founded by Esther Scherer, the brand presents pieces with “their own stories to tell”. In the Cupola Collection, expect to come across jewellery with hints of architectural influences, such as these colourfully stacked rings in 18K rose and white gold, each bearing 52 different gemstones among brown and white diamonds and the 2.5ct diamond trinity ring from the United in Diversity collection (image opener).
HANS D. KRIEGER (Booth No.: RS05)
Dedicated to producing jewellery of only high quality, Hans D. Krieger specialises in classic and timeless jewels. With four generations of rich heritage and enduring craftsmanship, the brand is known for championing the use of natural coloured gemstones. At the show, they will introduce a selection of rings with rare natural coloured diamonds and gemstones on 18k white gold.
JAIPORE JEWELS (Booth No.: SP05)
Based in Singapore, Jaipore Jewels by Ritu Aurora produces a range of collections that caters to almost all occasions and needs. Versatile, the brand introduces a wide selection of traditional, contemporary, everyday, and high fashion pieces. Having recently awarded the prestigious title of Dato in Malaysia for her hard work and dedication, founder Ritu Aurora will be proudly presenting her pieces at the show. Look out for the stunning South Sea pearl drop earrings set in 18k Gold paired with baguette diamonds (top left, image opener).
SCAVIA (Booth No.: TBC)
Back at Jewelfest after a short hiatus, Italian jewellery brand Scavia presents some of the most precious selections for the show. Known for its personalised service, the brand aims to produce pieces that bring out a woman’s unique personality. Constantly innovating, Scavia combines techniques learnt through tradition, avant-garde aesthetics, and typical Italian ancient art. The brand will be presenting the Cobra emerald ring, featuring brilliant-cut diamonds and a cushion modified brilliant-cut emerald on white gold.
THE JEWEL BOX (Booth No.: RS02)
Founded in Singapore in 1994, The Jewel Box has since been producing handcrafted and heirloom-quality pieces. Offering only fine bespoke jewellery, the private design house uses both traditional and modern techniques to create one-of-a-kind pieces. This year at the show, The Jewel Box will be introducing its Elephant collection. Keep a look out for the Sain bangle (image opener, bottom left) that features elephants embellished with rubies and dazzling diamonds on 18k white and yellow gold.