RING IN THE HOL­I­DAYS

Yuli Fine Jew­ellery & Lazare Di­a­mond’s guide to jew­ellery gift­ing

Solitaire (Singapore) - - CONTENTS - Words by Maripet Ledesma Poso

JEW­ELLERY IS A TRICKY GIFT TO GIVE, but when done right, it is a great way to cel­e­brate a spe­cial oc­ca­sion. One of the best ways to make sure you do it right is by hav­ing a made-to-or­der piece for your loved one. Thus, you rarely go wrong with a be­spoke ring.

We speak with Jessie Foo Yuli, founder and de­signer of Sin­ga­pore jew­ellery brand Yuli Fine Jew­ellery, for some tips on be­spoke jew­ellery gift­ing.

1Christ­mas

is a day to cel­e­brate with your loved ones, and what bet­ter way to cap the oc­ca­sion than with a mem­o­rable gift. A lovely, per­son­alised ring, for ex­am­ple, is a fool­proof way to show some­one she is spe­cial. Make sure that you know her size to avoid the has­sle of re­siz­ing it. If not, you can al­ways bor­row one of her old rings and bring it to the jew­eller for siz­ing.

2Jewellery

is for­ever. It is a well-loved, ev­er­last­ing ob­ject that has its own in­ter­est­ing story to tell. Make your gift as in­ter­est­ing by per­son­al­is­ing it. Be it with a ro­man­tic en­grav­ing or a spe­cial cen­tre stone, hav­ing a ring tai­lored ac­cord­ing to your own love story or your loved one’s per­son­al­ity makes the gift ex­tra spe­cial.

3Creat­ing

a be­spoke piece of jew­ellery for your loved one can be a fun and unique ex­pe­ri­ence for you. Closely ob­serve how she likes her rings, which fin­ger she wears them on - as left fin­ger are usu­ally smaller than the right, and the styles of rings that she prefers.

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