Chinese wedding jewellery is laced with meaning and soaked in culture.
Gold jewellery remains an essential element in traditional Chinese weddings. Every piece carries blessings that have been passed from generation to generation.
Blessing from the family
In ancient times, a Chinese bride was presented with a dowry of eight auspicious items for her new life.
Today, these miniature eight treasures are beautifully designed and meticulously crafted by Tomei to practice the tradition in a modern way.
Hair combing ceremony is one of the most important pre-wedding rituals. It is usually performed by the person of good fortune.
Representing union and purity of marriage, enduring youth and beauty of the bride,
Devoted as the name suggests, this pair of embroidery shoes signifies that the couple will stay couples who stay together and faithful to each other even when times are tough.
This scale is widely used in a traditional Chinese wedding, symbolizing the ability to measure immense wealth and assets. It also carries the wishes for the newlyweds to own many acres of land or properties in the future. Chinese believes that the scale can be used to measure happiness in marriage, successful career and blessings from generation to generation.
The abacus blesses the newlyweds with capable financial management so they will prosper and succeed in the future.
Once used by the groom to draw aside the veil of his bride in traditional wedding, it symbolises the beginning of marital bliss.
Literally translated, Ruyi means “as you wish”. It symbolises power and good fortune in Chinese folklore. Ruyi also blesses people with good luck and protection, as well as helping one find a clear way to the fulfillment of one’s path or destiny.
Scissors are like two butterflies never separating, symbolising that the couple would never be separated. It also symbolised the making of clothes for the new family.
Blessing from the family
Ruyi knot, also called as mystic knot, expressing auspicious with its infinity patterns on the knots and the power to make things happen according to one's desire, as depicted in The Knot of Fortune ring made in 916 yellow gold.
Let Tomei's Abacus pendants combined auspicious elements of Fukubukuro Money Bag aid your ability in obtaining and keeping wealth.
As a symbol of good fortune, Abacus attracts abundance wealth and opportunities. Fukubukuro is a portmanteau of the words for 'good fortune' and 'bag'.
This Abacus pendant from Tomei are classic and timeless, exuding grace and stability while combining the auspucious elements of abundance abacus and flying dragon.
Abacus aids your ability in obtaining, rolling in and keeping wealth. Flying dragon symbolises prosperity and wealth, taking your career to the next level.
Whirling up to the sky, flying through the clouds toward the sun, dragon brings upon the essence of life, known as ""chi"", which is the element that attracts success and abundance.
The Boundless Majesty pendant resembles the strength of a dragon and its power as the enhancer for success and luck in business.