Category: bespoke

Outgrown jewellery

We all have it.  Jewellery that we have bought when we were younger, gifted by a loved one or inherited that we have outgrown.

BT had a smattering of these that she wanted to be able to wear again and wanted to re use it as a bangle bracelet.

I saw her stones and noticed that they were a mix of different shapes and sizes.

Voila, the finished product.

worn casually with a watch.

As you can see, we even had leftover diamonds to make a new ring!

Thank you BT and hope you enjoy your new bangle!

As you might have noticed, we have updated our website and we are excited for you to experience this.  Since the site is categorized, it is easier to access pictures of the jewellery to the bags to how she wears it.

On this note, please allow me, dear reader, to make this blog a more personal one.  As they say, change is good.

I am also on instagram and twitter for instant gratification.

See you on the next post!


MC wanted a pair of dramatic earrings that could carry her from day to night.

She had all these classic diamonds pieces that she’s outgrown.

The end result:

When worn.

Wonderful isn’t it?


From this.. this.

If you’re not wearing it anymore, bring it over.

Let’s make you fall in love again.

I did it again. I forgot to do a before and after pic.

This ring that I am posting is a beauty.  Ring of multi shaped diamonds in 18k rose gold ring

Hard to think that it was once made of diamonds not used or in dated settings.

Bespoke and specially made for Ms. Rochelle del Rosario

Isn’t love grand?

K and C came to me with the thought of making new wedding bands to reaffirm their vows.  They wanted something special for their 11th anniversary. After asking them questions, I decided to design an all around eternity ring of diamonds  for her that break after 11 pcs (to celebrate their 11th anniversary) and insert a square cut green emerald. (green is their favorite color) For him, I designed a ring that has 11 round diamonds on one side and 11 square cut green emeralds to match.  All in platinum.

This is the outcome.

How they wear it.

Celebrate love!

Bespoke Necklace

One of my favorite clients, Allen Tan came by last year and wanted to prepare a gift for his wife for Christmas and wedding anniversary.  He had a loose south sea pearl, some corals, blue sapphires and rubies that he wanted to have made into a necklace.  Normally, this kind of mixture is hard to combine but inspiration struck and this is what came out of it.

This is one of the many times I wished I took a before pic before making the piece.

Up close.  As they say, God is in the details.

Needless to say, I fell in love with this necklace.  Allen, you haven’t told me how your wife liked your surprise?  Do tell!

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