Sirus Tanya unveils new collections

Suquan Bulakul wearing jewellery from the Harmony collection.

Having moved into a larger retail space at Siam Paragon, Sirus Tanya can now impressively present its sparkling creations.

The Thai jewellery house was founded in 2011 by Sirus Tanyawattanakul, who's also a creative director with GIA certification from New York.

He believes that simplicity is elegant and his mission is to make women shine with Sirus Tanya jewellery.

His favourite diamond cut is the emerald cut, of which the silhouette has been incorporated along with warm colours into the interior design of the flagship boutique.

The well-travelled Sirus drew inspiration from neoclassical architectural styles, particularly those appearing in the German city of Munich, for the Sirus Chain collection.

The traditional chain links have been reinterpreted for a modern look while embodying the strength of a chain.

White gold Mosaica earrings set with square-cut diamonds.

Round and baguette diamonds adorn the bracelets, oversized pendants, rings and earrings in white, rose or yellow gold. Moreover, the chains can be reordered to change the jewellery design.

Patterns found in tile arrangements are recreated through square-cut diamonds in the Mosaica collection while a balance between emerald and oval-cut diamonds characterises the Harmony collection.

Since 2020, Suquan Bulakul has been the muse of Sirus Tanya. With a short and chic haircut, the news presenter turned actress stars in the new campaign for the Harmony collection.

The House of Sirus Tanya located on the 1st floor of Siam Paragon.

Sirus Chain necklaces with an oversized pendant.

The interior design is dominated by emerald-shaped elements.

Sirus Chain rings.

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