Mummy Dearest

You might be familiar with our Goldilocks mum necklace that has been popular since we started making it many years ago. We recently got a custom design request to make a mummy necklace with the mother's birthstone (Topaz for November) added to the chain. This lovely piece was made for mummy just in time for her... Continue Reading →

The Journey of Three Diamonds

Angeline wanted to use a Diamond from her existing ring to make a Goldilocks necklace, which gave her 2 extra Diamonds to set into another piece of jewellery. She chose to make a fine bracelet, with a small charm in the shape of a clover, for Luck. A custom designed Goldilocks Pendant with initials and... Continue Reading →

Will You Goldilocks™ Me?

Have you ever considered a proposal without a ring? For many people an engagement ring is a symbol of the proposal and what people often ask to see when you are engaged. But times are changing, and young people are looking at options that suit them better. Eugene is one of them, and this is... Continue Reading →

Goldilocks goes French

We say Bonjour! to the Goldilocks Moustache, the latest in our Doodles collection, and the first one to have been created by a guest designer. Introducing: Tiphaine Guillermou! A wandering soul, who grew up all around the world, she has landed in Singapore (for now). Tiphaine explains 'After reading Patrick Süskind's Perfume I became absolutely fascinated with... Continue Reading →

Just a Minute: Cheryl

Cheryl, a secondary school teacher, recently collected her third Goldilocks, and we took the opportunity to ask her a few questions. You just collected your third Goldilocks necklace - what keeps you coming back for more? I feel that Goldilocks is customisation in its truest sense, since no two pieces are alike. What do your three pieces stand for? 'tg' is... Continue Reading →

Goldilocks™ for You & Me

I was designing a Goldilocks™ for myself, for my wedding and wanted something that is less direct than, let's say, a heart or both our initials. To begin with, I was planning a bracelet saying mr & mrs, in the style of our yes/no bracelet (above) but the minimalist in me kicked in, and all... Continue Reading →

We have Moved

Some of you noticed that we weren't updating the blog during April/May. That is because we were busy moving and setting up our new studio. Located next to Tanglin Mall (Taxi stand), we are perched on the second floor of this cute cottage looking Shopping Gallery called Tudor Court. Being smaller, we have a more intimate... Continue Reading →

Beautiful Birthstones

As a child, I used to love my birthstone. It was such a pretty purple colour. Most of all, I knew it was special because it was just for me. I might have grown out of the magical beauty of it, but the Amethyst is still my favourite stone. And for those who think that only... Continue Reading →

Year Year Have Fish

The Chinese idiom 年年有余 'Nian Nian You Yu' directly translated means 'Year Year Have Surplus'. The English translation would be 'May you have Abundance in life year after year'. This is a greeting commonly heard throughout Chinese New Year. The character 余 'yu' which means surplus or abundance sounds exactly like the character 鱼 'yu' which means fish.... Continue Reading →

Goldilocks™ Doodles, Kawaii desu ne!

Christmas lights are up on Orchard Road and the season of giving is around the corner, so we brought Goldilocks™ to the Raffles Town Club for their Xmas Fair. A tad early for Christmas perhaps, but a ho-ho-ho-ing Santa and all the Scandinavian candles on sale at the fair, helped bring out that warm feeling of... Continue Reading →

Just a Minute: Pamela Tan

Hi Pamela, could you please introduce yourself? My name is Pamela and I do Marketing and PR for a fine dining restaurant group. What do you like about Goldilocks? Goldilocks is different from other jewellers as they encourage individuality and creativity. The more you want to push the design boundaries, the happier they are to make your... Continue Reading →

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