One of the great things about living in Bangkok is the city’s cultural diversity.
Walk around and discover its Japanese neighborhood for example (around Phrom Pong – heaven for any Japanese food lover!). Go into Chinatown and enjoy its vibrant atmosphere and delicious street food. Or have a walk in “Little India” in the Pahurat and Silom areas. Visit Bangkok and you visit the whole world!
Sahil, the owner of jewelry brand Trinket, is a representative of this fascinating mix of cultures. His roots lie in India, but he’s been living in Thailand his whole life. If you’re looking for unique handmade jewelry in Bangkok, you can’t miss out on his shop!
“The jewelry business has always been close to my heart but at the same time I wanted to do something different, to be innovative. I decided to start my own brand with ‘wearable art’, pieces for every day but with a special touch.”
Last year Sahil launched his own jewelry line, with several original pieces influenced by his Indian roots. Take a look!
These bracelets are each handmade, so every item is unique. You can also customize your own piece, by bringing any image you like!
All pieces are handmade in Thailand and India, and reflect their rich cultures. In Sahil’s words:
“I dream of a world where boundaries don’t define us, a world that is tolerant and open-minded. Therefore my jewelry is a celebration of different cultures – it is through jewelry that I aim to pass a message of peace and harmony.”
You can also customize your own piece of jewelry at Trinket, as a unique gift for a special occasion!
I love the original rectangular shape of these earrings, and the cuff bracelet with matching ring are real eye-catchers!
“There’s actually no big story behind it. My father proposed that name when I told him I would start my own jewelry brand. A trinket is a small ornament, and that’s what I want to create – small pieces that have a big meaning for the person wearing them.”
Where to find Trinket and your own piece of handmade jewelry in Bangkok
If you’re in Bangkok, you can also drop by the Jewelry Trade Center room 919/597 (make an appointment first by email at email@example.com).
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