Singapore Jewellery Brands

You’ve heard about local singer Nathan Hartono and Team SG athletes  like Joseph Schooling. Now, even home-grown brands like Carrie K. are putting us on the world map with her collaboration with Disney.

These local entities are nothing like the mass market brands found in shopping malls, or over-priced pieces sourced from Chatuchak. Ranging from scintillating necklaces inspired by video games, to rings influenced by morse codes, here are some our favourites from round the island.

Fine Jewellery

Choo Yilin

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Jade may be an exquisite stone but clunky Ah Ma bangles don’t appeal to everyone. Choo Yilin reinvents jade by incorporating clean silhouettes into oriental elements.

State Property

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State Property revolutionises the scene by marrying jewellery with architecture. The label’s products revolve around minimalist designs and sculptural shapes.

Making A Statement

Aether Craft

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Now you can channel your inner gamer girl with these ethereal accessories.

City Pumpkin

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If you’re into flowers but don’t have a green thumb, City Pumpkin will be right up your alley. The brand immortalises nature into whimsical accessories so you don’t have to worry about your favourite petals dying on you.

Carrie K.

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From accessories inspired by morse code to ones inspired by Disney’s Alice in Wonderland, Carrie K.’s one to watch in our emerging local jewellery scene.

A Girl’s Bestfriend

AUC Jewellery

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Diamond jewellery doesn’t have to come with a heavy price tag. Dainty bracelets and rings from AUC are subtle enough for everyday wear. For a dressy occasion, simply stack a few of them together to complete the look.

Fairy’s Inc

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Specialising in bespoke wedding bijouterie, Fairy’s inc. customises one-of-a-kind pieces for couples. You’ll be involved from the design, to the materials and tiny details like inner ring engravings. There was even a couple that chose to have an image of them stargazing engraved inside their rings.

UniSex Designs

Citystate Haberdashery

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While Citystatehab offers a range of bracelets, they also have a customisable option for individuals who’d like to pick their own semi-precious stones and charms.

A Pop Of Colour

Curious Creatures

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A flea market favourite known for their simple designs, you’ll be able to recognise the brand from afar with their pastel-coloured wood necklaces reminiscent of children’s toy blocks.

SunMoonRain

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Merging crystals and semi-precious stones to form stackable arm candy, SunMoonRain is all about about healing and creating positive energy with semi-precious stones and crystals.

The Lorem Ipsum Store

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The Lorem Ipsum Store’s creates quirky and eclectic accessories that appeals to enthusiasts of polymer clay accessories.

Freckled Daisy

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You know the strings that hold our bazhangs together? That’s what these accessories are made of. Besides being an outstanding statement piece, being made from raffia string also makes it a great conversation-starter.

Minimalist Accessories

The Mindful Company

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Even if we don’t always have important reminders engraved on our minds, these sleek pieces ensure that we’ll always have them engraved on our wrists.

White Feather

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Renowned for the wire work in their accessories, their cleanly-wrapped ear studs make a good staple for everyday wear.

Vintage Pieces

Madly Gems

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Madly specialises in restyling vintage jewellery and family heirlooms for the modern era. So you’ll always have something to wear and remember your loved ones by.

Revival Jewels

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While antique jewellery don’t necessarily appeal to everyone, it’s the embodiment of a previous era that makes it unique. Singapore’s first dedicated antique jewellery salon, Revival, is known for their curation of rare and timeless pieces scarcely seen in South East Asia.

Bling In The New Year

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Chinese New Year is approaching and adding a little sparkle and colour to our outfits don’t hurt. Instead of buying run-off-the-mill accessories, consider supporting these stellar local ones.

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