Home-grown heritage jeweller B.P. de Silva has debuted Lovedrops, its first full-range ready-to-wear collection designed by creative director Shanya Amarasuriya.

It was inspired by love and human connection, says Ms Shanya, who ideated the collection when she was in New York studying jewellery design in 2017.

The fifth-generation scion of the 149-year-old family business designed it in collaboration with design manager Khek Yin.

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The collection comprises three styles of necklaces (from $5,880), two styles of earrings (from $8,880) and a ring ($4,880).

The central motif marries an elegant dome with subtle Milgrain detailing, crafted with diamonds and either a combination of 18K rose and white gold, or full 18K rose gold.

This marks the second ready-to-wear line for the luxury jeweller, which usually focuses on bespoke creations. Last October, the brand launched a collection of sapphire engagement rings featuring untreated Ceylon sapphires from Sri Lanka.

Info: Available at this website and B.P. de Silva Jewellers Atelier, Level 5 Lum Chang Building, 14 Kung Chong Road

This article was originally published in The Straits Times.

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