SINGAPORE’S THE JEWEL BOX IN LONDON
Artistic game-changing jeweller at International Jewellery London
SINGAPORE, August 28, 2017—The Jewel Box has been shaking the industry with such courageous handmade designs as a coral neckpiece depicting wildlife, a ‘floating’ tanzanite ring, and a lively black-and-white tropical garden bangle.
Well-regarded in Singapore and surrounding countries for their consistently unsurpassed handiwork, Mr Vinod More, gemmologist and director of The Jewel Box, says, ‘We love to take a challenging piece of stone or gem, and turn it into something that no one else has.’
The secret to their longevity in this competitive market is in their unrelenting professionalism. ‘Our partners are regarded the best in this line. Some people may call it luck, but we work hard at keeping meaningful relationships with our European designers, Hong Kong craftsmen, and traders from all over the world.
‘We may be traditional in the way we manage our professional relationships, but you can see that the top-quality high jewellery pieces that we create are progressive,’ he continues.
Specialising in designs that no one else has—a tagline of The Jewel Box—customers have come to expect the very best in high jewellery from the business.
Visit The Jewel Box at International Jewellery London:
Sun 3 September – Tue 5 September
Venue: Stand B139, Olympia London (Hammersmith Rd, London W14 8UX, UK)
About The Jewel Box
Founded in Singapore in 1994, The Jewel Box had its corporate origins in the diamond and gemstone wholesale business in Belgium, China, Hong Kong, India and Thailand.
Liana Rosnita, Marcomms Manager
THE JEWEL BOX MASTERPIECES
A piece of natural coral rarely stays that way when in the hands of the highly skilled craftsmen and designers at The Jewel Box. Always up to challenge the norm, the result is a splendid wildlife scene depicting a primate of gold and diamonds hanging off gold and coral branches luscious with jungly flora. A truly one-of-a-kind piece with a hundred of storylines waiting to be exchanged between its wearer and admirers alike.
Making the tanzanite stand out even more is its state-of-the-art ‘invisible’ setting. Magically affixed atop crystal-clear quartz, the fine mineral appears afloat in all its hypnotic blue glory. Complemented by an octagon of rubies in this particular shade of pink is of no coincidence. The high contrast of electric blue vs hot pink is fully intended for a ring that was born to turn heads.
Its black agate side is set with individual stalks of tall grass in white diamonds, while its white porcelain side has individual stalks of tall grass in black diamonds. Flitting between blade of grass to blade of grass are playful dragonflies and their tiny insect friends, with their little wings and bodies sticking out of the surface as if ready to take off straight into the air like a dream.
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