A mother’s selfless love and dedication is something to be treasured every day. But there’s never been a better time to shout it out than at Mothers’ Day. This year, Poh Heng Jewellery celebrates the enduring love of motherhood with the introduction of two new pendants to its signature Love Journey collection.

Circle Pendant, in rose gold (Image credit: Lifestyle Asia)

The Love Journey collection sees a perfect design of simplicity and elegance. Pendants are moulded in modest swirls of 18-carat gold, representing boundless love and passion. Encrusted with brilliant diamonds, these gentle pieces imbue an understated elegance that’s comfortably matched by a mother’s quiet confidence.

Poh Heng’s new additions continue to build upon the foundations of this classic collection in a contemporary light. The new pendants are cast in romantic rose gold, best paired with a chic link-chain for a youthful look.

Perhaps, best of all, these fine pieces are created with love in mind.

Heart Pendant, in rose gold (Image credit: Lifestyle Asia)

Here, Poh Heng offers a fresh take on the eternity circle design. The Circle of Love pendant is adorned with an ascending string of sparkle joined by two larger diamonds, representing the strong bond between mother and child.

There’s also the Love Journey’s new open heart pendant, which offers a more relaxed look. The symmetrical Journey of Hearts piece sees one perfectly-polished half mirrored by another half speckled with a succession of diamonds: a poetic reflection of a mother’s unyielding resolution to provide only the best for her child.

But for now, it’s your turn to spoil Mom. Poh Heng’s new pendants are available at all Poh Heng boutiques island-wide from 22 April 2019. Chains are sold separately.

Explore the Love Journey collection at www.pohheng.com.sg

Jasmine Tay
Senior Writer
Jasmine Tay is the dining, culture and jewellery writer. She makes fine silver jewellery and causes mini-explosions in the kitchen when she can't afford fancy dinners. Sometimes she tells people what she thinks about art, and binges on the music of Danzig when they don’t agree.