Bespoke Winner's Necklace For HSBC Women's World Championship
Inspired by the HSBC Orchid commissioned by NParks, the jewellery is designed and created by RISIS, part of BP de Silva Group, a client of HSBC for over a century.
In celebration of HSBC Women’s World Championship, RISIS and HSBC Singapore has co-created a bespoke HSBC Orchid designed necklace for this year’s winner, incorporating 15 pearls to mark the 15th anniversary of the tournament this year.
The winner’s necklace, awarded to the champion of the HSBC Women’s World Championship
The fifth‑generation Creative Director at BP de Silva Group said: “It has been our absolute pleasure to celebrate this milestone with HSBC, in commemoration of this remarkable occasion and having the honour to design a special jewellery piece to award the champion and their stellar achievement. Binding passion, creativity, and dedication at its core, the awarded Orchid inspired jewellery encapsulates the passion and ingenuity of this sportsmanship, as we take this century-long relationship to new heights.”
(L-R) Shanshan Feng of China, Amanda Tan of Singapore, Shi Yuting of China, Yu Liu of China, Jessica Korda of The United States, Michelle Wie of The United States, Nelly Korda of The United States, Brooke Henderson of Canada, Mao Saigo of Japan and Tiffany Chan of Hong Kong pose for a photo at the unveiling of the HSBC Women’s World Championship 15th anniversary necklace on February 28, 2023, in Singapore. (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)
RISIS, part of the family-owned BP de Silva Group, one of the country’s oldest jewellery houses, shares a 140-year exclusive banking relationship with HSBC. HSBC first launched the Women's World Championships 15 years ago – and continues to bring the world’s best players to Asia.
In commemoration of this remarkable event, we have also been featured in the following press:
South China Morning Post
Jessica Korda wearing the participating Golfer’s Slider