Whether you’re looking to invest in splurge-worthy bling or everyday gems to glam up your ensemble, we gazed at way too many beautiful, sparkling things to put together this guide to jewellery stores in Singapore.
Bring on the bling! If like us you can’t resist the razzle-dazzle of diamond rings, personalised wedding bands and charm bracelets, you might need to look away. Or, just give in and browse our A-Z of the best jewellery stores in Singapore. We’ve found everything from minimalist designs to strikingly bold pieces for your collection.
Eco-warriors, sustainable jewellery is actually a thing – just look to Amado Gudek. All pieces are crafted using environmentally-friendly bioresin, which contains bio-based renewable materials and UV properties to prevent yellowing. The best part? Everything resembles wearable art. We’ve got our eyes on the Diamond Fauxever collection and the unique Drift Away collection made with driftwood.
Amado Gudek, shop online at Etsy. Also available at stockists including Gallery & Co., Kapok Singapore, Supermama, and more.
You’ve been missing out if Curated Editions was lacking from your list of go-to jewellery stores. The multi-label online boutique brings together an array of globally sourced accessories, as well as designer pieces. Look out for ALT, the store’s in-house brand conceived by founder Angie Lai-Tay; the pieces range from understated to statement-making and are handcrafted by local artisans, as a result of collaborations with fair trade organisations in Southeast Asia.
ALT, available online.
Launched in 2007 by Nadja Swarovski, Atelier Swarovski teams up with some of the world’s best designers to create cutting-edge crystal collections, including Jason Wu, Christopher Kane, as well as the show-stopping Lanvin collaboration which takes inspiration from the jazz era and features show-stopping Cristaux Deco necklaces, clip earrings and cocktail rings. Pictured above is the latest collab with Greek designer Mary Katrantzou as part of its S/S18 release, featuring geometric shapes filled with a kaleidoscope of precious Swarovski crystals.
Atelier Swarovski, available online.
This renowned Italian label boasts a palatial past studded with Roman roots as far back as 2700 years ago, and an elite clientele of artists, writers and actors. Today, Bvlgari for women retains its timeless appeal with its glamorous, generously decorated gemstone jewellery and stylishly audacious fine pieces.
Bvlgari, available at multiple locations including Ngee Ann City, Forum Orchard, Paragon Shopping Centre.
By Invite Only
Like its name suggests, By Invite Only caters to discerning jewellery fans who favour exclusivity and dedication. Targeted at the city-dwelling, sophisticated woman, pieces here seek to finish outfits with a flourish — they’re often easy-to-wear, versatile and seamlessly transition ensembles from day to night. Its range of beauties includes gold and silver plated designs, as well as gemstone-driven collections that won’t have you breaking the bank. All of its accessories are handmade — don’t be surprised to find your coveted piece sold out within a day, with no potential for restocking.
By Invite Only, available online.
Time to sweep all your conventional notions of jewellery out the door; they can be fun, tongue-in-cheek, and (dare we say it) rule-breaking – if these baubles in question bear the name Carrie K. The brilliant brainchild of local artisan, Carolyn Kan, this handcrafted jewellery line is strikingly conceptual with an avant-garde take on rings, bib necklaces, cuff bracelets, and earrings that make them perfectly wearable and covetable for years to come. Simply check out its gorgeous Modern Heirloom collection (pictured above), inspired by the Peranakan tiles. A modern twist on Singapore’s multi-cultural heritage, it features precious freshwater pearl necklaces and earrings, as well as a combination of gemstones for the extra sparkle.
Carrie K, #02-02, National Design Centre, 111 Middle Road, Singapore 188969
Crowned the “jeweller of kings and the king of jewellers” by King Edward VII of England, Cartier’s creations are consistently adorned by the rich and famous; regular clientele includes Angelina Jolie, Kate Middleton, and even the young Kylie Jenner. Those with cash to splash need to acquaint themselves with the French luxury goods label’s star items like the 18-karat gold Trinity collection (released in 1924), and the celeb-loved Love bracelets. For something contemporary, the nail-shaped bracelets of the latest Juste Un Clou (pictured above) simply hit the spot.
Cartier, available at multiple locations including Ngee Ann City, ION Orchard and Marina Bay Sands.
On first sight, it’s obvious that Choo Yilin’s jewellery pieces are labours of love. Singapore’s only modern jade jewellery line works with handpicked Type A Burmese jadeite and vibrant-coloured semi-precious gemstones. Classic accessories are modernised here — think jade bangles with shiny floral appliqués or bespoke gemstones. We’re besotted with The Peranakan flower series, which features rose gold earrings and pendants inlaid with colourful birthstones and pretty pastels.
Choo Yilin, #02-23, Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road, Singapore 238897
Citigems consistently pushes the perceptions of fine jewellery, with modern yet timeless collections for the style set. Our picks include the Gold Glam collection, which features 99.9% gold accessories – think geometric bangles and four-piece sets of rings, necklaces and rings.
Citigems, available at multiple locations including ION Orchard and Bugis Junction.
With a legacy in producing exquisite rings — such as the legendary 40.42-carat Lesotho III – Harry Winston’s diamond ring collection has a vintage flair and delicate split prongs that won’t draw attention away from the lustrous, magnificent ring of your choice. What sets this jewellery apart from the rest is that each diamond is selected based on its complex calculus and is expertly handled differently to suit its wearers, making sure no two rings are the same.
Harry Winston, #02-19 ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801, p. 6883 9509
Since her experiment with a box of beads from Toys ‘R’ Us, Joanne L threw herself into training to be a jewellery designer, until she finally set up her eponymous label in 2012. Known for her bold and colourful designs, her jewellery pieces are timeless yet alluringly sensual, accented with gemstones like topaz, sapphire and amethyst. We can’t wait to snag the chic 18k gold plated brass cuffs for versatile accessorising and the stackable sterling rings in yellow and rose gold.
Joanne L., available online.
One of Asia’s most renowned jewellers, Larry Jewelry’s rings – from classic solitaires to fluid, nature-inspired designs – drip with opulence. Marking its 50th anniversary, Larry Jewelry has released five collections consisting of 50 individual pieces including rings embellished with yellow, sapphire and emerald cut diamonds. If you prefer brilliant white diamonds, check out its Lazare Legacy collection where it uses New York’s Lazare diamonds.
Larry Jewelry, available at multiple locations including ION Orchard and Paragon.
Few things make us swoon like customised jewellery – it’s a wonderful way to make your daily accessory your own. Founded by friends, Madley Barber and Emily Tan, Madly (a portmanteau of their names) Gems was created to transform rare, gemstones into one-of-a-kind, heirloom pieces. Here, clients are welcomed to be part of the bespoke creations; appointments with designers let you discuss your preferences and specifications. As for gemstone pieces, expect nothing less than top-quality ones handled by the world’s most reputable European master cutters.
Madly Gems, #01-63, Blk 72, Seng Poh Road, Singapore 160072
If you’re big on arm candy, you’ll love Monica Vinader. These guys are home to the most delicate bracelets; the range includes everything from thin cuffs to thin gemstone chains. But more than just wrist accessories, Monica Vinader also features a stunning variety of earrings, as well as necklaces and rings for layering and stacking.
Monica Vinader, #B1-09, ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801, p. 6509 6568
Niessing means business when it comes to creating the finest contemporary hand-crafted jewellery, including wedding bands and rings. It also has a personalisation corner, giving customers the freedom to customise their rings based on size, material, finish, as well as the number of diamonds added, ranging from one up to eight. Alternatively, you can opt for its signature the Niessing Ring – a tension ring with a shiny floating diamond cut to perfection.
Niessing, #01-10, Scotts Square, 6 Scotts Square, Singapore 228209, p. 6443 2871
Pandora’s loved by women all over the world for a reason — its sophisticated handcrafted charms lets its wearers customise their arm candy according to their personalities. But more than just charm bracelets, the jewellery brand also offers unique precious metal rings (in 14carat yellow gold, sterling silver and Pandora’s signature shade of Rose) as well as earrings. Also, if you’ve been lurking on Instagram, you’ll find plenty of celebs such as Ciara and Hailey Baldwin showing off their Pandora Shine jewellery, and let’s say… we’re loving them too! The latest collection features 18k gold-plated sterling silver that comes in two series: the Bee Mine and Rays of Sunshine. You can say that us folks at Honeycombers are loving the bee motif!
Pandora, multiple locations including ION Orchard and the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.
Multi-label fashion jewellery line, Pinwheels Jewels, is one of our affordable faves for jaw-dropping earrings – picture diamond-studded hoops, exquisite pearl drop shoulder dusters and cascading chandelier earrings below $200. The luxe label champions intricate craftsmanship, and only works with brands (whether veteran or up-and-coming) that share similar values.
Pinwheels Jewels, available online. Also available at stockists including Ho Bee Goldsmith & Jewellery, The Farm Store and Trouvee.co.
With “Poh” meaning “precious” in Mandarin and “Heng” translating to “luck” in Teochew, there’s no denying that Poh Heng brings its wearers good fortune – its devoted fan base can attest to that. Its varied jewellery collections cater to multiple generations of women, including young, glam #girlbosses and their elegant mums. We particularly love the ORO22 collection – featuring chunky gold pieces, it’s perfect to take you from the office to cocktail parties.
Poh Heng, available at multiple locations including JEM and Orchard Shopping Centre.
Not one for ostentatious, statement pieces? Stelliyah may just be your thing. Well known for quality jewellery crafted with traditional metalsmith techniques, Stelliyah’s pieces aren’t your usual glam pieces – but they are certainly no less interesting. Jewellery here draws inspiration from various ethnic groups and cultures. The Nomadic collection, for instance, takes its roots from the Nomadic tribes of a Northern region of Africa. Each piece featured symbolises societal honour and strength – the Traveller’s Cross necklace, for example, is inspired by its origins as an heirloom piece, meant to signify the life of a nomad where one’s ashes are scattered across the four corners of the world.
Stelliyah, available online.
Of the opinion that nothing says glam like a show-stopping accessory? Taula Jewellery has the statement pieces you need. Created out of a desire to make contemporary, fine jewellery accessible to more women, Taula’s wide selection of styles is designed either in-house or through partners. Precious and semi-precious gemstones – ranging from Brazilian Amethyst to Sri Lankan Topaz – are combined with high-quality metal alloys, 925 Sterling Silver and Solid Gold.
Taula Jewellery, #B1-68, Lucky Plaza, 304 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238863
Jewellery with a conscience? We’re sold. Travel-inspired Tessellate.Co works with fair trade artisans and commits to empowering underprivileged girls with education. For every item sold, the boutique donates a dollar to Fior Di Loto, a non-profit organisation in India that improves the lives of over 500 village girls. Bling here is nothing less than stunning, with designs inspired by Southeast Asia’s traditional jewellery. Our picks include the 925 Silver rings from the Bold and Dare collection, and Vera pendant necklaces made with Labrodorites.
Tessellate.Co, available online.
Apart from stylish timepieces that will make men looking effortlessly dapper, Thomas Sabo is highly known for its equally diverse collection of vivid-coloured jewellery from sterling silver bracelets and necklaces to rings and ear danglers. On the other hand, its 18k yellow gold plating is the new en-vogue precious metal of the season. And since charms are still a thing, Thomas Sabo is not shy to reinvent it with its latest Generation Charm Club that gives its jewellery (yes, you can hook onto your necklaces and bracelets) an extra edge.
Thomas Sabo, available at multiple locations including Raffles City and ION Orchard.
Tiffany & Co.
No other jewellery label could inspire squeals like Tiffany & Co. Known world over for its signature robin’s egg blue coloured box, the centuries-old brand spawned copycats world over with its eponymous six-prong ring setting. But Tiffany & Co. isn’t only worshipped for its engagement rings; it also offers everything from (relatively) pocket-friendly charm bracelets to diamond-dripping necklaces.
Tiffany & Co., multiple locations including ION Orchard, Marina Bay Sands, Raffles Hotel and Changi Airport.
We’re always appreciative of business with heart — this treasure trove of independent designers donates 10% of its profits to Green Umbrella Cambodia, a non-profit organisation which creates job opportunities for poor families and empowers at-risk young women and children with education. Major style points are found here too: Zarabelle is chock full of unique accessories made from artisan jewellers and designers from Europe and North America. Popular products here include Boho Betty’s collection of leather wrap bracelets — we hear necklaces, rings and earrings are available now — and Streetcat Design’s gorgeous hand-crocheted gold and silver earrings.
Zarabelle, available online.