If diamonds are a girl’s best friend, she’d need the comfort of their glitter more than ever right now to face the dullness of life under the circuit breaker. And she can get it easily, now that Chaumet has launched its very timely concierge shopping service.

The French jeweller is offering its sparkle-starved customers the chance to shop and purchase from its complete jewellery collection, all from the comfort and safety of their homes. That includes iconic pieces like the diamond-studded rings from the Joséphine line and the floral-inspired Hortensia pendant necklaces.

Even more enticing are the jewellery brand’s newer creations. There is the romantic Bee My Love collection, which is marked by a hexagonal honeycomb silhouette that allows its rings in white, yellow and pink gold to be easily stacked and styled with matching diamond pavé bracelets. For a more personal touch, you could try the Jeux de Liens Harmony line instead. It comprises bracelets and necklaces with engravable pendants, which can be personalised with your choice of initials, words or symbols.

To make your jewellery purchase, simply ring up any one of Chaumet’s shopping advisors, Jackie Wong (+65 9767 7282) or Ben Chen (+65 9163 6836). Not only will they help you place an order, but they’ll also be available to answer any of your questions about the collections and provide additional assistance after your purchase. Speaking of, Chaumet is also offering complimentary delivery across Singapore for all purchases. You can expect to receive your twinkling trinkets right at your doorstep.

For more feel-good jewellery shopping pursuits, you could also check out the many labels that are selling its shiny pieces to fund the COVID-19 relief efforts, or find some spiritual solace in these zodiac-inspired designs. For something more down to earth, try this colourful collection that is dedicated to saving the turtles.

Images courtesy of Chaumet.

Pameyla Cambe
Senior Writer
Pameyla Cambe is a fashion and jewellery writer who believes that style and substance shouldn't be mutually exclusive. She makes sense of the world through Gothic novels, horror films and music. Lots of music.