Selberan & Comyns
Selberan, a Malaysian fine jewellery brand, was established in 1973, the result of the collaboration between the founders of Royal Selangor and two European master jewellers. With its headquarters in Kuala Lumpur and boutiques spread across the city's metropolitan area, Selberan specializes in creating 18ct gold and diamond jewellery, infused with a European approach to craftsmanship and a distinct aesthetic that harks to its origins.
Rings in all forms, be it plain or adorned with precious stones, are Selberan's passion and strength. Some are vintage collectibles that remain timeless, whilst its rich archives continue to inspire new masterpieces. In its desire to have the best, Selberan was the first jeweller to provide ideal cut diamonds in Malaysia. This culminated in the brand's own ideal cut, The Selberan Diamond.
With a heritage spanning nearly 400 years, Comyns is one of the oldest and most prestigious silversmiths in the world.
Comyns' legacy includes an archive containing more than 35,000 historical moulds, tools, patterns and drawings. Comyns' pride is in its decorative household items, a wealth of centrepiece designs and other ornate items with designs stemming from history’s significant movements of decorative art; Baroque, Rococo, Neo-Classical and Art Nouveau.
Today, some of Comyns' masterpieces are in the collections of the Great Houses of Britain and the Victoria and Albert Museum of London.
Its commitment to design and craftsmanship has seen Comyns develop a loyal following amongst discerning individuals and corporations, many of whom have also commissioned Comyns to produce bespoke designs.
Today, the Comyns legacy lives on and the brand is not only renowned for its luxurious silverware but also its sterling silver jewellery. Whilst it continues to develop new designs for today's consumers, one fact remains - Comyns’ works of today will become the cherished heirloom of tomorrow.
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