Renowned Thai jewellery designer Patcharavipa Bodiratnangkura begins the year with an elegant and striking new collection, titled “Sepper”, which happens to be a portmanteau for “salt and pepper’. Harnessing the beauty of round, oval and pear rose-cut diamonds, and drawing inspiration from the black and white condiments we sprinkle onto our food, Patcharavipa’s collection also interestingly travels back in time to the 1950s aluminium porthole designs of French metal worker Jean Prouvé.
Reinterpreting the portholes with her eye for linear lines, angles and diamond-fused designs, Patcharavipa’s latest collection is meant to evoke images of portal gateways that sail on the seas to new beginnings and discoveries in lands and times far away.
The collection features twenty-two new styles handcrafted by Patcharavipa’s private workshop in the house’s signature 18k Siam Gold, including earrings, rings, necklaces and objects.
Another interesting touch to the collection is the pepper jar and pepper spoon, a perfect and unique addition to any dining table.
Do take a look at the striking pieces from this modern yet classic jewellery collection. Once again, Patcharavipa does not cease to amaze us with her flair for crafting out-of-the-ordinary pieces that are suitable for both day and night.