A simple yet highly stylish open-ended cuff; the domed ends taper to a wire-wrapped cuff. This piece is named after, and in homage to the brilliant & iconic Sri-Lankan architect, Geoffrey Bawa who wore a ring of similar design.
Large semi-precious stones are used to hand-craft the Tay jewelry collection, which is produced by talented craftsmen whose imaginations are unconstrained by contemporary trends. The design duo chooses each stone that is set by hand in gold-plated sterling silver or gold-plated brass settings. Prehnite, Malachite, Aquamarine, and Labradorite are just a few of the unique gems created in exotic Sri Lankan and Thai workshops. They are placed in a mix of traditional and contemporary settings.
TAY Jewellery, named after its founders’ Tamara and Jay, is a range of bold and beautiful jewelry. For both Tamara and Jay, jewelry has been a part of their lives from an early age. Some of Tamara’s earliest memories are of jewelers’ workshops in Beirut, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore, sitting and watching her mother create bespoke pieces for her personal collection. As for Jay, he fondly remembers his father, a gemstone dealer, returning from trips abroad with magnificent stones that were destined for the great jewelry houses of Paris & London.
Rock crystal necklaces, chiseled cocktail rings, and stunning drop necklaces can be layered or worn individually and transcend from day to night. Tay jewelry is the style that would have been worn at a glamorous and bohemian pool side party photographed by the legendary Slim Aarons.