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07 Dec '16

Jade Si Dian Jin 四点金


Si Dian Jin or 四点金, in Singapore is a gift that is presented from the family of the groom to the bride before a wedding. This tradition has its roots in Chinese culture and the types of jewellery presented as Si Dian Jin depends on the different dialect groups. The common Si Dian Jin set of jewellery presents itself as a set of a necklace, a ring, a bracelet or bangle and a pair of earrings.

Modern Take on Si Dian Jin 四点金

In most cases, Si Dian Jin, as a set of jewellery would be worn on the wedding day and subsequently kept in a safe to be passed down to future generations.

24k gold is usually the metal to go for when choosing Si Dian Jin due to its ability to retain value and absolute resistance to tarnish. However, as jewellery, 24k gold is not the hardiest and is susceptible to being deformed. Pure gold jewellery sets made in 24k gold are therefore not very practical to be worn more than the 1 occasion, before being tucked safely away in safe boxes. Thus, many places nowadays offer many different modern takes on Si Dian Jin to be sets of jewellery that can be both meaningful and yet worn on formal or classy occasions, still made of 24k gold but incorporating other hardier material in various designs.

Here at All About Jade, varying sets of jade have been carefully selected to present options to the traditional Si Dian Jin in the classiest forms of jade. Jade, in itself, is an exceptionally hard material and will withstand the test of time. In terms of value, quality jade pieces have always been the go to material of Chinese as investments through centuries past. Choosing a set of quality jade jewellery adorned in gold would be the definite step up in beauty, durability and if recent trends are an indication, even investment value.

All About Jade Sets of 四点金

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Jade comes in various colours and quality. Only natural Type A jade is sold in All About Jade and investing in a set of Si Dian Jin 四点金 would be really down one’s personal choice. Different pieces can be mixed and matched depending on the colour of the jade pieces and if you have any preference for any specific colour, we will be more than happy to configure a set to your preferences. For any enquires, do contact us here.

24 Sep '16

Directions To Our Jade Shop

Posted by All About Jade in jade shop, jadeite shop, singapore


Our physical shop is located at 54 Smith Street, Singapore 058960. Our shop is in the first storey of a shop house.

Getting Here Via Car

Right opposite our physical shop, there is a multi-storey carpark which is just a 1 min walk away to our shop. The HDB carpark is at Chinatown Complex, 335 Smith Street, Singapore 050335. The parking rates are shown below for quick reference:

Parking Period

Rates (SGD)

Monday – Saturday
(0700 – 1700hr)

1.00 Per 30 Minutes

Monday – Saturday
(1700 – 0700hr)

0.50 Per 30 Minutes

Sunday & Public Holidays
(All Day)

0.50 Per 30 Minutes

Getting Here Via MRT

The closest MRT station to our physical shop would be the Chinatown MRT station (NE4/DT19). Take Exit A from the Chinatown MRT station and you will find yourself on Pagoda Street. Our shop is 2 streets away from Pagoda Street.

Getting Here Via Bus

Travelling via bus, the 2 roads that are closest to our jade shop are Eu Tong Sen Street and New Bridge Street. These 2 streets run parallel to each other but traffic is going in opposite directions on these 2 streets.

If you are travelling along New Bridge Street, the closest bus stop would be at New Bridge Centre, Stop ID 05039. The buses available on this route are: 2, 12, 33, 54, 63, 124, 143, 147, 190, 851, 961, 961C, 970, CT8 and CT18. Directions from this bus stop to our shop are shown here:

If you are travelling along Eu Tong Sen Street, the closest bus stop would be at People’s Park Complex, Stop ID 05013. The buses available on this route are: 2, 12, 33, 61, 63, 80, 143, 197, 961, 961C, 970, CT8 and CT18. Directions from this bus stop to our shop are shown here: