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Shopping for jewelry can be a stressful experience. There are so many decisions—what kind of jewelry are you looking for? What is your budget? Do you want yellow gold, white gold, rose gold or maybe platinum? Do you know exactly where on the Four C’s you want your diamond to fall? If you are buying jewelry as a gift for someone, that stress level can be ratcheted up even higher, as you look for that perfect piece that your special someone will love. Not only that, but as complicated as this kind of major purchase can be in a major shopping city like New York City or Tokyo, it can be even more difficult to navigate the small and unpublicized jewelry scene in a country like Malaysia. To cut down on that stress just a little, we’ve put together a list of the best Malaysia jewelry stores in every important category:
Best Malaysia designer engagement rings:
When you are looking for “the” ring, you want to go to the best. In Malaysia, that means Audrey’s, a jewelry store that has been beloved by locals for over 30 years. Inspired by the timeless, classic, and yet diamond-dazzling look of Audrey Hepburn in her most famous films such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Audrey’s seeks to put a Malaysian spin on classic European/American jewelry styles. In addition to classic engagement ring designs like the three-stone ring and the solitaire, Audrey’s also boasts the largest loose diamond inventory in Southeast Asia—making it the perfect place to find your perfect Malaysia diamond.
Best jewelry brands – If you are looking for a specific brand of jewelry, especially if that brand originates in the US, many Malaysia jewelry stores will be unable to assist you. But Classic Creations is not one of them—this store specializes in imported jewelry brands from the US and Europe. With everything from necklaces, earrings and bracelets to watches, perfume, and men’s jewelry, Classic Creations is the perfect place to find a gift for the Anglophile in your life.
Best Gemstones—If you are looking for a Malaysia diamond, you may want to stick with a traditional diamond jewelry retailer. But for the best selection of precious and semi-precious stones, such as rubies, topaz, citrines, and emeralds, locals swear by Far East Jewelers. Catering to both wholesale and retail markets, this unusual jewelry store carries primarily loose gemstones—at every price point—as well as empty settings for earrings, rings and necklaces.
Best Costume jewelry—Although there is a time and a place for a dazzling Malaysia engagement ring, sometimes you just want a little sparkle for your wardrobe without paying too much. On those occasions, visit Handmade Beaded, a small but sparkling Malaysia jewelry store that specializes in high quality but affordable costume jewelry made of Swarovski crystals, glass, and stones. Many pieces are gold-plated, giving you the elegant look and feel of gold without the full expense.
Best Sterling Silver – Malaysia jewelry makers specialize in intricate sterling silver pieces, many of which are emblazoned with the country’s flag and local slogans, making them the perfect gift for tourists or Malaysians who have left their homeland. The best source for this kind of Malaysia jewelry is Jewelry Silver World, a bricks-and-mortar and online store. You can get a Malaysia ring with the country’s flag, or a necklace that says “My Heart Belongs to Malaysia”.