published : 6 Jan 2023 at 04:00
Chitralada Kaljaruek, Supanras Sirihong and Tipsuda Sirikul.
Gems Pavilion continues its partnership with HRH Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana Rajakanya in the Sublime Haute Joaillerie collection, which reinterprets the recognisable fashion codes of Maison Sirivannanvari by playfully combining various colours and sizes of precious stones to reflect wearers’ emotions.
This high jewellery line is inspired by the realm of divine symbols of luck, hope and prosperity residing in the lavishness of nature. It comprises 30 designs including 10 one-of-a-kind signature items and limited-edition pieces, plus necklaces, earrings, bracelets, brooches and rings.
“As a signature of my desire, this collection is one way to extend my brand’s identity through the choice of elegant colours with pragmatism as a priority. If a woman has to wear jewellery, it should be designed in a practical way although it is high jewellery, enabling ladies to wear it from day-to-night with the idea of transformation,” stated HRH Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana Rajakanya.
“Because a woman on the go needs at least one piece of jewellery to be her companion, she needs that piece to be easy and fun to mix and match with any kind of dress or other jewellery, and to be convenient to transform: wear it as a necklace or bracelet, or as long earrings at night and shortened as stud earrings for daywear.”
In order to communicate distinctive beliefs in a variety of jewellery designs, Princess Sirivannavari has brought back her hallmark designs and favourite animal collection. For instance, the mighty elephant striding gracefully, the enormous honeybee fluttering beside its companion, the gallant horse and the graceful peacock all come with delicate ears of rice, intricate bow knots and sparkling, dancing stars.
Through the ingenious designs and virtuoso craftsmanship of Gems Pavilion, cascading diamonds of crystal luminosity, a brilliant bouquet of emeralds and sapphires, the vivifying gleam of rubies and other precious stones including yellow diamonds, mother-of-pearl and opal emerges through the materials, where creativity, poetry and savoir-faire in artisanal jewellery are intertwined on sets of white and pink gold to bear a message of hope, care, joy, love and wish of prosperity.
Atchara and Anan Kasemsetthasit.
Sivaroj and Pimpattra Pimrattanakul.
Chaivat Tangkaravakun, Nitiwat Poemsiritaweechoke and Rathaprut Thanasinsiripat.
Supanit and Nutcha Veerakul.
Thu Houng and Kongkiat Opaswongkarn.