Solitaire (Singapore) - - GEMS PAVILION -

With a kalei­do­scope of colours, Jew­ellery Theatre has pre­sented jew­ellery and watches with a sense of drama and oc­ca­sion for the past two decades — the com­pany was founded in 1998. The cre­ations from the Rus­sian-british lux­ury brand tell mag­nif­i­cent stories set within a world of grand artistry and glam­our.

With a heady mix­ture of lu­mi­nous colours and in­no­cent cu­rios­ity, Jew­ellery Theatre’s cre­ations are seem­ingly rem­nants of times lost. And with a feat of gold­smithing and gem-set­ting, the pieces are as im­pres­sive as they are wear­able. Thanks to the in­ge­nu­ity of its de­sign and skil­ful crafts­men, the hum­drum of or­di­nary life is left be­hind in these lit­tle gems of mir­a­cles, which seem to tran­scend re­al­ity.

At times, the jew­ellery al­most comes alive, to act out roles, as if in a play set on a stage. Baskets of pre­cious fruits have in­spired the de­sign­ers; un­likely plants and an­i­mals are por­trayed in pre­cious gem­stones; and child­hood stories and mag­i­cal char­ac­ters out of Rus­sian fairy-tales are trans­formed into rings, brooches, ear­rings, and neck­laces.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.jew­ellery­

Carnival high jew­ellery ear­rings

Dan­de­lion high jew­ellery ring

Sakura high jew­ellery ring

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