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The best local jewellery brands in Singapore

Rock striking arm candy or keep it minimal with beautifully crafted accessories from these local jewellery brands.

Written by
Michelle Ng
,
Delfina Utomo
&
Dewi Nurjuwita
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Get your bling on and support local jewellery brands while at it. From minimalist rings and gemstone necklaces to jade jewellery made modern, these are some of the accessories you need to pull together your look. Shopping locally ensures that you're updating your wardrobe sustainably, too. 

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By Invite Only
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By Invite Only

Local brand By Invite Only are known for its elegant and modern jewellery that are stunning for a statement piece but also subtle enough for everyday wear, true to their belief tha jewellery should exist to embellish and not clutter, hence the pieces are often easy-to-wear, match and to transit from day to night. The brand is also always constantly in the search for intriguing materials to work with so you can expect beautiful gemstones, crystals and rose gold to be in the mix. 

Covenant Jewellery

Covenant Jewellery

Covenant Jewellery has ready-made and bespoke designs that are thoughtfully handcrafted and truly unique. The main purpose of the brand was to create meaningfully made jewellery to impact a new generation of young jewellers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Everyone is done right here, from ethically-sourced gems and conflict-free diamonds to ensuring all artisans have fair pay, benefits, and insurance. Besides, each piece of jewellery made and sold directly impacts the families of the nine artisans they have onboard.

See covenant-jewellery.com for stockists.

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Pyar Is Love
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Pyar Is Love

For pieces that take you on vacation, look to jewellery line Pyar is Love. The conscious jewellery is designed in Singapore and handcrafted in Bali using recycled precious metals. The brand takes inspiration from moments of transience, rhythms of nature and human connection to serve as amulets and talismans.

And you don't have to wonder where the pieces came from, too. The brand partners with an ethical jewellery factory in Bali with shared ethical values. Each piece is made with recycled 925 silver, 18k gold plated recycled bronze and recycled brass supplied by Allura Metals in the north of Bali.

Odditities
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Odditities

Odditities sells unique and wicked jewellery for your inner moonchild. From beautiful pendants with crystals to gingko earrings and gorgeous drips from the botanicals collection, the small home-based business has it all. Looking for a unique gift for a special someone? Send a DM on Instagram for customisations. 

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Our Olivka
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Our Olivka

When it comes to jewellery, minimal pieces are always timeless. Our Olivka has modern demi-fine jewellery that is tarnish resistant, hypoallergenic and affordable – and they're absolutely chic. Layer on pieces like chain necklaces or go for trendier pieces like pearly earrings. Our Olivka gives back by planting every tree for each order – so you can shop sustainably while saving the environment. 

WoonHung

WoonHung

Designs that are simple, elegant and designed to withstand the test of trends, WoonHung works with all-natural materials such as white wood, a renewable material sourced from the process of only cutting off the branches of trees, so that there’s less wastage and the plants continue to thrive. Besides its eco-friendly mission, WoonHung adopts socially responsible practices: she works directly with communities of craftsmen in Cebu, the Philippines, so every piece of handmade jewellery sold goes to supporting their livelihoods.

See woonhung.co for stockists.

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Carrie K
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Artisan-crafted jewellery that carry meaningful reminders of what’s important in life – that’s at the heart of all Carrie K’s designs. Launched by Carolyn Kan in 2008, Carrie K stocks an extensive range that runs the gamut from silver and semi-precious ready-to-wear designs for everyday wear to bespoke fine jewellery if, to quote Bey, you’re looking to put a ring on it.

[in]trigue
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[in]trigue

To celebrate Mother Nature in all its beauty, [in]trigue uses only natural and untreated gemstones – in both their raw and polished forms – in the its jewellery. Founder Jaime Lim applies her architectural background into her jewellery making to form, err, intriguing geometric shapes. Each piece is handmade and only produced in small quantities – you can put in a request for any particular stone and Lim will try to fulfil it.

See in-trigue.com for stockists.

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Average Jo

Average Jo

Jomaine Koo, who goes by the moniker Average Jo, elevates humble clay into quirky, colourful necklaces, earrings and brooch pins that’ll liven up even your gloomiest outfit (and day). Using polymer clay, Average Jo has recently expanded to include pottery products (from $15) and a limited-edition run of enamel pins illustrated by Koo and produced in Singapore – we can safely say that this one-woman shop isn’t that average, after all.

See shopaveragejo.com for stockists.

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