Glamorous Raya selections for your loved ones

The new South Sea Pearl collection will brighten up any outfit. Photo: DeGem

The beautiful lustre of pearls against the brilliance of diamonds comes to life in DeGem’s new Raya range, the South Sea Pearl collection.

Add extra festive elements to your favourite kebaya or baju kurung with these exquisite pieces that feature pearls cherished for their incredibly beautiful gloss and mirror-like silky texture.

The timeless and classic collection is tastefully crafted with a combination of round brilliant-cut diamonds and lustre from the metallic white South Sea Pearl (diameter ranges from 10mm to 12mm) set in 18K white gold.

Design inspiration comes from the crescent moon that represents a new cycle of the moon which signifies a new beginning of the lunar calendar. The contours of the crescent moon stand out thanks to the beautiful natural metallic white of the pearls, paired with round brilliant-cut diamonds.

The chic and modern South Sea Pearl collection comes in a set which includes a ring, earrings and a necklace, set in 18K white gold. The new South Sea Pearl collection is now available in all DeGem boutiques, and you can also check it out on

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