Palace Jewellery

For more than 50 years, PALACE Jewellery has captured love stories and sentiments through bespoke jewellery pieces. Inspired by the elegance and decadence of royalty, the PALACE brand radiates sophistication and style.
Our distinctive style allows us to bring a unique and creative approach to designing pieces. Craftsmanship and originality are at the forefront of our design ethos, with all pieces handcrafted to stand the test of time.
Women wearing pearl jewellery


The gems of the sea and pearls have had special significance for millennia. Kings and queens throughout history have adorned themselves with pearls, believing they were gifts from God. While pearls were once reserved for nobility and worn as a status symbol, now they can be enjoyed by all through PALACE’s jewellery range. Both classic and modern aesthetics are combined in our pearl pieces for an elegant and pure finish.


While the origin of the word sapphire has its roots in the Latin and Greek words for “blue”, some believe the name is derived from its association with the planet Saturn. Sapphire is a tough and durable gem, with a hardness comparable to rubies. The sapphire has long been seen as a symbol of the heavens, a guardian of innocence, a bestower of truth and a promoter of good health. It is believed to bring gifts of fulfilment, joy, inner peace and beauty. In times gone by, it was even worn to ward off illness or as protection while travelling.
Women wearing sapphire jewellery
Woman wearing ruby stone jewellery


Rubies get their name from the Latin word Rubeus, meaning “red”. While they were once confused with other scarlet stones such as red spinels, tourmalines and garnets, rubies are far rarer and their hardness is second only to diamonds. Rubies have traditionally been used to amplify energy and are said to foster both adventure and leadership qualities in their wearer. For centuries, rubies have also been associated with prosperity, wealth, generosity, and financial stability.


Emerald is the most famous and valuable green gemstone, coveted for its durability and rarity. The earliest reference to emeralds in Western literature comes from Aristotle. He was a great fan of the gemstone and wrote that owning an emerald increased the owner’s importance in business, promoted victory in trials and even soothed eyesight. Indeed, many cultures have believed the emerald to be an enormously powerful stone. They are said to enhance creativity and help one express love, devotion, and adoration.
Woman wearing emerald rings and necklace