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Emperor Jewellery unveils the romantic “One Vow, Two Love” bridal collection Nothing celebrates a milestone quite like a piece of jewellery. More than just an accessory, it becomes a tangible representation of a special moment, particularly when that moment is a celebration of love. From the blissful events surrounding an…

With the recent launch of Poh Heng‘s new brand campaign called “Created for Love”, it helps reaffirm the Singapore jeweller’s core values of commitment, passion, and progressiveness. The campaign is also accompanied by a new bridal collection that features three familiar Singaporean faces — Foo Fang Rong, Azura Goh, and…

A peek at the different bridal customs and jewellery from around the world Traditions play an important role in weddings. Small ceremonies are as important as the big ones and, often, these traditions date back to ancient times. From wearing a veil to cutting the cake and tying the knot,…

Messika Paris celebrates love and everyday-glamour with new bridal collection “I design jewellery that celebrates love and accompanies women — and more recently men — in every moment of their life” What could be more moving, romantic, and precious than a marriage proposal or a wedding? Capturing these life-changing moments…

Stunning pearl jewellery for the modern bride Pearls have one of the most fascinating histories among all gems. From the dark ages where they were believed to have magical power of protection, to the Renaissance where laws were put in place to prohibit common people from wearing them, pearls have…

Three reasons why you should customise your engagement ring, according to GIOIA Fine Jewellery In a world of mass-produced designs, Singapore-based GIOIA Fine Jewellery is carving its own niche through personalised and customised creations. From red-carpet-ready jewellery to handcrafted engagement rings, each of GIOIA’s items has a story to tell…

The romance and delicacy of lace-patterned jewellery For centuries, lace has been desired for its fragile and delicate nature. Both feminine and flirtatious, it suggests romance and mystery. Highly precious because of its delicacy, this unique theadwork provides a multitude of historical, geographical, and aesthetic references. During the Renaissance period,…

High jewellery inspired by the beauty of the lotus flower Since ancient times, the lotus flower has been a symbol of purity, spirituality, and serenity — a being of water, air, and sun that spends its infancy beneath the water line and its maturity above it. Lotus by De Beers…