You are more than what you wear

At  E D E N + E L I E, we believe what you wear ought to never overshadow who you are.
We create jewelry to be lifelong companions - for wearing in any season of life.
We are fiercely dedicated to craft, to aesthetics and to function.
We are designers and makers with heart.
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How We Make Our Jewelry

 E D E N  +  E L I E  jewelry is designed, hand-crafted and finished in Singapore. Every piece is carefully handsewn together using the finest Miyuki delicas from Japan.  

Each Miyuki delica measures less than 2mm in diameter.  It takes over 8 hours of fine, meticulous work and more than 2000 delicas to create one of our Wide Bangles. Because Miyuki delicas are tiny pieces of precision-cut glass, each piece must be individually selected and sewn together to create a seamless fit with little tolerance for error.  

Matte, polished, opalescent, and 24-karat gold-finished delicas, are carefully arranged in soft, iridescent combinations creating subtle changes in texture and color as the body moves. The result is a smooth and continuous, yet rich and textural weave that is bold, simple, and refined. 

The structures for our bangles, chains and clasps are forged in 24-karat gold-plated brass, 14-karat gold-fill, pure copper or sterling silver by reputable supply partners in the USA. Hence, we are able to stand behind our products and create with confidence.  Read more here...

LATEST REVIEWS FROM OUR CUSTOMERS

"I love the jewellery from Eden + Elie. The Peranakan collection is perfect for both casual and formal occasions. I've got the Peranakan vermilion adjustable necklace, earrings.  I bought a couple of the medallion earrings which are perfect in size and length. As a whole, the jewellery looks very elegant and most of all I love the delicate beading."  - Gwyneth, Singapore

"I instantly knew I'd struck gold when I came across the Eden and Elie website while searching for a birthday gift for my sister.  I had lots of fun choosing some drop earrings from the beautiful range of colours.  I liked them so much that I made a second order within a few days of receiving the first delivery. This time I've chosen one of the everyday bangles and another pair of earrings.  I've been impressed with the swift and helpful customer service too in response to some questions I had about shipping and delivery."  - Laura, Singapore

"I love the Peranakan bangle.  It is so pretty that I have decided to keep one which I plan to wear on my wedding day.  It is the something blue element for the day.  The beads are intricately small, and the workmanship is flawless.  Absolutely love it and total value for money.  - Vanessa, Singapore

"Earrings received is well packaged. Item in real looks exactly the same from photos on website. What you see is what you get! Very beautiful and delicate piece well made. Nicely handcrafted. Classic piece to match with everyday look. Stephanie is also very patient with my million and one queries! A very good overall experience and definitely will buy more from them !" - Eileen, Singapore

"LOVE IT! Perfect. Well finished, classy and colours were as rich as I had expected - I got the orange one. The golden stacking bangles complemented it very well and I stacked it further with a Hermes black/gold classic bangle on one occasion. It received compliments." - Tsin Uin, Singapore

"Absolutely adore their jewellery. I recently ordered some earrings and necklace. They custom made them for me quickly, in time for my event, and the colours of the beads and stones were exactly as I requested." - Junie, Singapore

Journal

Bringing Human-Centered Design Values into the Business of Fashion (Part 1)

June 17, 2017

For the first year of Eden + Elie's life as a jewelry brand, we did not talk about our social mission.  For one thing, we were still assembling the pieces of what this would look like and we didn't want to talk about something that we meant to do but hadn't done, or at least not at scale. This year, we are embarking on that first chapter. After many many months of visiting and talking to organizations, including those working with poor urban communities in Southeast Asia, we've arrived at a decision to start our work on local ground, here in Singapore. With the dedicated support of job coaches and staff at ARC (the Autism Resource Centre), we are currently working on training and...

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