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State Property
Synonymous with Singaporean luxury

Striking and sculptural, subtle yet adventurous. State Property jewellery is created in Singapore out of precious metals by the finest designers and artisans in the country.

Recognised by bodies like the Singapore Fashion Awards and Singapore Tatler, our pieces transcend tastes and borders. Just a few of the figures who have worn our creations are Michelle Obama, Nicole Kidman, Oprah Winfrey, and Lady Gaga.

A Made with Passion Label

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Singapore Tatler's Best Jewellers

2018, 2019, 2021

Singapore Fashion Awards 2017

Emerging Designer of the Year (Accessories)

Paris has Cartier, New York has Tiffany & Co., and with time, perhaps Singapore will have State Property.

Singapore Women’s Weekly

Calling all statement jewelry lovers, State Property is the brand that needs to be on your radar. Think jewelry for the modern-day Elizabeth Taylor.


Founded by Central St Martins-trained jewellery Lin Ruiyin and industrial designer Azfal Imram, the brand has steadily sent out edgy, contemporary designs that make an instant impact without being OTT.


What do you get when you marry architectural influences and the traditional delicacy of fine jewellery? State Property.

T Magazine

Discover the State Property experience at its finest

Nothing compares to the original, undiluted State Property experience. At our very first atelier on Armenian street, you can see for yourself where the magic began and continues to happen. 

From commissioning bespoke pieces to viewing one-of-a-kind ranges, you’ll receive a fully personalised experience at State Property’s headquarters. At our atelier, we can provide the intimate and unforgettable experience you’ve always dreamed of.

Book an appointment at the State Property Atelier for your next visit to Singapore

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Meet the founders of State Property

Lin Ruiyin is an award-winning jeweller trained in Central St Martins in London, while Afzal Imram was trained in Industrial Design at the National University of Singapore. The two use jewellery as a platform for playing with the boundaries of art and design.


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