Singapore Island Jewellery Store

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Introducing Singapore Island Jewellery Store.

We are getting our small asses together to sell ourselves better.

Still no good? But of course.

Dear loyal friends and customers, please bear with us while we put changes through our jewellery website. You’ll see that price categories have moved conspicuously, the jewellery increasingly ‘ethnic’, but most of all, we are moving to include everyone.

Hold thy chariot.

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Links and Chains

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Coral | Ruby | Pearl | Pearl | Lapis | Lapis

Jewelry | Objects

 

The art of growing old encompasses the ways we appreciate art. It approximates the circle of life.

Some things our eyes would glaze over once now take precedence. It starts like a lingering, then a longing, finally a living out. Of course the living out always feels… unlike anything in the imagination.

The circle of life.

If you have been staying here with us, you are probably growing as we do.

It’s inescapable.

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Love letter to individuality

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I could be a lamp… I could be a sculpture… I could get outside… I could be me.

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Not a day older than you, each said. Bullshit, the other replied. The secret to aging is… cooking… a good soup.

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The quiet of dark and light and no middle.

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The sun surprises when there is none.

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None or only one needed a lifetime.

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The kind of blue untrue to blue.

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Anchovy.

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Mermaid.

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Waiting… for the day a heart settles small and deep.

 

Part I and when I get to II I will show you how to wear a long pendant, with a short necklace or two. Or three.

The art of looking present is harder to achieve when the goal is invisibility.

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Ceremony

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Also the corner when something goes wrong.

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The Drawer of No Curiosities And A Hundred Alternatives.

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The Luggage Of No Surprises And Twenty++ Lamp Parts.

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Times of wont.

 

The Falcon and the Dream Scales are in Art and Objects.

It is that time of late night and early morning, raining heavily as I write, and I am listening countless times, as I have been these few days, to the Chromatics version of ‘Ceremony’. Makes me feel like I am not 2015 in living. You know?

But I don’t know.

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What good are colors for if you cannot eat it

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Topaz | Sapphire | Pearl | Jade | Coral | Emerald | Moonstone
 
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Remember these plastic fruits?

When I was younger, but already quite old, I used to eat these. Because the colors were too good to not be eaten.

Also because I was quite a sad child growing up. Joy did not overcome me as I had hoped (on swallowing the fruits).

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And to bring you joy, hopefully, as always, I leave you with some constructive Karl Lagerfeld quotes. What he’s hating on.

January 2015, The New York Times Magazine. Ugly people: “I hate ugly people,” Lagerfeld told me. “Very depressing.”

April 2011, W. Made-to-order clothes: “You know, I hate made-by-order clothes. It’s up to me to fit into them, not to buy some orthopedic stuff to get the body into.”

March 2010, VICE. Intellectual conversation with intellectuals: “I hate intellectual conversation with intellectuals because I only care about my opinion, but I like to read very abstract constructions of the mind.”

Approximately April 2008, Prestige. Children: “That’s the last thing I want. I hate all children.”

And finally, last but not all,

April 2003, Vogue via New York Magazine. Nasty, ugly, short men: “What I hate is nasty, ugly people … the worst is ugly, short men.”

You know what’s my problem with that?

NOT ENOUGH.

The world needs this.

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Hwee Yee and Bridget

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