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“Love is in the details.”

Exclusive Bridal Collection

An ultimate expression of affection and passion.

 

 

Wedding is the most scared covenant that unites two loving souls. Jewellery often plays a vital role on such occasion, adding to the beauty of the bride while serving as a token of love and blessing. Over the last seven decades, King Fook Jewellery has helped create countless loving memories with its exquisite and heart-melting creations. King Fook Jewellery celebrates eternal love with its timeless wedding collection expressed in meticulous and thoughtful details that carries profound meanings behind the masterpieces.

 

“Something old,
something new,
something borrowed,
something blue,
and a silver sixpence in her shoe.”
 

In Western traditions, it is believed that these items will bring good luck to the bride on her wedding day.

 

Something blue

A white wedding gown signifies purity while the colour blue, which is often associated with Virgin Mary, is symbolic of loyalty and chastity. In 1840, Queen Victoria wore a sapphire brooch given to her by her husband Prince Albert as her “something blue”, reconfirming that sapphire has always been a valued gem for royalties. With a deep and mesmerising hue that naturally stands up as the best “something blue” for brides, sapphire not only highlights the glamour of a woman in love but also serves as a bride’s vow of affection for her husband. 

 

Something new

On the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate, Kate’s parents offered their good wishes with “something new” – a pair of diamond earrings for the bride. Since antiquity, gemstones and wedding vows have stood the test of time while diamond has always been a synonym of “eternity”.

 

Ruby is the second hardest stone after diamond, while its value and rarity are highly honoured. A symbol of love and passion, a ruby necklace featuring a unique design from the groom to the bride makes the most dazzling confession of his loyalty and unceasing love.

 

Something old, something borrowed, and a silver sixpence in her shoe

“Something old” is usually an item handed down in the family, for instance, a veil, an accessory, or a jewellery item worn by the bride’s mother or grandmother, representing the passing on of happiness; “Something borrowed” would be an item borrowed from someone who is happily married; and “a silver sixpence in her shoe” is a charm that brings fortune or repels evil suitors.

 

Chuk Kam Accessories

To honour the most important life event – tying the knot, the Chinese has a 3,000-year-old tradition of carrying out the customs of “Three Letters and Six Rites”. Although the customs have now been streamlined to only two rites – the betrothal and the wedding ceremony, gold, a symbol of everlasting love, still plays an important role in weddings – be it Chinese weddings or weddings of different cultures. While Chinese brides were often seen wearing gold accessories of dragon and phoenix (for “perfect couples”) and pig (for abundant off-spring), modern brides now have a wider variety of options for more trendy and modish “Chuk Kam in style” accessories that can be worn for special occasion or everyday styling. Elements such as sautoirs and braids have given a new life to traditional Chuk Kam accessories. Matched with red gowns, the traditional colour of happiness, King Fook’s Chuk Kam accessories underscore the charm of modern brides with a mix of tradition and style.
 

 

 

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