Heirlooms of Elegance Spotlight:
A Symphony of Enduring Love and Exceptional Craftsmanship

Comprising 41 pieces, the Heirlooms of Elegance High Jewelry Collection narrates a tale of love and immersive passion, aiming to perpetuate “elegance” in both art and nature. Each detail in the collection reflects the meticulous attention to detail, showcasing interactions between different fields of expertise—from gemstone selection to lapidary, engraving to setting, and polishing. This collection serves as a platform to preserve, magnify, and sustain Thai traditional craftsmanship and artisans, including Thai goldsmiths under the patronage of HRH Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana Rajakanya and master craftsmen from Beauty Gems, trained at Kanchanapisek College, Chang Thong Luang, founded in 1995 with the support of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. Influenced by the luxury style of SIRIVANNAVARI, the captivating lines draw inspiration from abstract and geometric shapes in Art Deco (during 1920s-1930s). The flower, symbolizing love and deep family bonds, is represented in the flowery brooches from Queen Sirikit Cattleya to Queen Sirikit Rose and even Bhubing Rose. Subtly reinterpreting brand codes, including the horsebit, peacock, tiger, ladybug, bee, and the letter ‘S’ from HRH Princess’ name, the collection epitomizes the luxurious style of SIRIVANNAVARI.

My Dearest

Being omnipresent in previous High Jewelry collections designed by HRH Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana Rajakanya, the latest interpretation of the love-token bow motif is inspired from “First Love” the necklace (which His Majesty the King gave to his daughter) with the influence of Art Deco to adorn on “My Dearest” set that includes necklace, bracelet and earrings. With traditional “knotting technique” for white gold and elaborate engraving for gemstones, the fascinating harmony of different colors and shapes form the elegant feminine pieces to wear together or separate in its own. While the necklace elegantly wraps around the décolletage, the matching earrings celebrate the art of movement dear to the designer as well as the strand of bracelet.

Cattleya Queen Sirikit Orchid Brooch

Born as a hybrid of Cattleya Bow Bells and Cattleya O’brienia “alba”, this stunning sweet fragrant and elegant large white flower on golden yellow throat blooming all year round was awarded the First Prize by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1958 before the royal permission to be named “Queen Sirikit Cattleya” in honor of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit the Queen Mother of Thailand. True to the spirit of “Heirlooms of Elegance”, this Cattleya Queen Sirikit Orchid Brooch is created as a tribute to the Queen Mother of Thailand, who is the grandmother of HRH Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana Rajakanya, depicting the impressive realism with three-dimensional volume. Making up of variously-shaped buff-topped diamonds – square, baguette and round – to form a blooming corolla around the topaz pistils, the leaf motif is characterized by applying the invisible setting technique to magnify the vivid color and glowing appearance of emeralds.

Royal Rose Garden

Built in 1961 by gracious order of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the grandfather of HRH Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana Rajakanya, Bhubing Rajaniwade Palace or Bhubing is one of the remarkable royal residences due to the magnificent landscape and its architectural style, particularly the famous rose garden.

Rosa Queen Sirikit Brooch with ladybug

With the finesse and asymmetrical position of the petals dimensional volumized as if in motion, a corolla of calibrated and buff-topped topazes on branch of white gold, this Rosa Queen Sirikit Brooch with ladybug is created as a tribute to Queen Sirikit Rose, another flower besides Cattleya Queen Sirikit, which honors the adorned Queen. Captivating all eyes by its double bloom form with unique gradation yellow-to-orange and a hint of pink at the edges, this hybrid tea rose was first introduced in France by 1968 and won the First Prize in a rose competition in Belfast in 1970 before Director of “Grandes Roseraiea du Val de Loire” asked permission from Queen Sirikit of Thailand to name the rose after her. As the art of detail, the designer adds her beloved ladybug on the branch.

Rosa Bhubing – Love at First Sight Gradient Brooch

As predilection for living nature and testimony for masterful art of high jewelry, the invisible setting technique plays the main role in bringing together an impressive ensemble of buff-topped sapphires (47.55 carats in total) on the realistic dimensions and volumes. Associated with the inspiration from couture ribbon and S the brand code, this Rosa Bhubing Love at First Sight Gradient Brooch pays homage to Her Royal Highness Princess Srinagaindra Boromarajonani once visited Bhubing Royal Residence and was given distinctive blue colored rose from a villager.

La Broche de Paon Blanc Brooch

Emblem of Maison SIRIVANNAVARI, symbol of courage and elegance, the peacock is designed in white gold before being adorned with brightly fancy diamonds. Captured in its recognizable fanning, the unfurled plumage dazzles all eyes with a gradation of brown, yellow and white diamonds.

To punctuate the realistic dimension, its gaze is depicted by vivid rubies and one delicate briolette-cut diamond hangs from its beak, glistening like a dewdrop to celebrate the art of movement.

Lights of Remembrance

Entirely flexible thanks to its openwork structure adapting to the curve of neck smoothly, ensuring comfortable to wear, this Lights of Remembrance necklace displays virtuoso techniques on the consistent dimension. Composing bejeweled panorama of harmonious shades of diamonds and carved stones – emeralds, sapphires and rubies – to create interplays within luxuriant foliage. As the finishing touch, an elongated pear-shape emerald of remarkable quality is set in pendeloque under the crown of “S” the emblematic code of SIRIVANNAVARI. Finally, a pairing of matching earrings is embellished as dialogue to the picturesque necklace coordinately.

Héritage de l’amour set

Bathed by the white light of diamonds, pearls and carved-white gold motifs, the composition of this Héritage de l’amour necklace inherits Her Royal Highness Princess’ love in equestrian sport with the polished white gold motifs playing “hide-and-seek” among the bejeweled foliage. With the openwork structure allowing the light to pass through, all gemstones illuminate this interlacing choker with the punctuation of emerald pendeloques intricately.


The love in equestrian art is repeated on earrings with the shape resemblance of horseshoe. The testimony to Maison SIRIVANNAVARI’s eye for detail is revealed by descending all elements from the choker to a refined composition of this ensemble.

Abeille Royale Set

Omnipresent in collections of both Maison SIRIVANNAVARI and Beauty Gems, bee and beehive as the symbol of generosity, prosperity and fertility also pervade to this “Heirlooms of Elegance” collection. Promising the best wish, each features a motif instilled with joyful reverie in a sparkling harmony composed by the radiance of precious and ornamental stones carefully selected and crafted on the elegant gleaming structure of white and yellow gold composition borrowing the geometric lines of Art Deco.

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