Diane Singh is an international minimalistic, intuitional, and contemporary jewelry brand based in Jaipur, India with distinctive designs that are inspired by her surroundings.
Sublime and sustainable, each piece is handcrafted from 925 Silver/ 3 microns 18CT Gold plating with carefully selected and ethically sourced natural semi-precious gemstones and also 14K Solid Gold.
Combining her passion for natural gemstones and precious materials with thoughtful design and artisan craftsmanship, Diane Singh creates pieces that are distinctive, minimalistic, and enduring.
With the glamor of French fashion and the elegance of the tribal heritage of India, her designs are made to uplift you from the inside out. They are bound to bring peace, joy, clarity, and intention to life.
Inspired by spiritual symbols and the rich tribal culture rooted in India, each collection of Diane Singh reflects her journey from France to India.
Born out of passion and her love for jewelry, Diane has a
heartfelt connection with natural gemstones. She has been fond of collecting and cherishing them since her childhood.
She visited Jaipur in 2007 for a year-long internship in
jewelry designing during her study of BBA in France, ever since she fell in love with the city and its rich culture. After designing for 10 years for European and Indian brands, she decided to establish her own label in 2019 as ‘Diane Singh’ in India.
Her passion and dedication to working with local artisans have played an important role in the brand’s growth.
Her work has been published in magazines like Vogue, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Grazia and more.
As a mother of two, she makes sure to have a balance between the time she spent working and with her family. She intends to bring the same balance and grounding in the women of today with her jewelry.
”Jewellery is a reflection of who you are, your memories, your connections with nature or a place. I love making designs that speak of your emotions, strengths, and your journey with the hope of empowering women to step into their higher selves.”