Location, Location, Location

Bangkok Thailand, a gemstones and jewelry hub, a silver and gold port located between the forks of three large canals called the Chao Phraya River. Felicia Design is located in the heart of the jewelry district of Bangkok. Thailand is also a member of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). 

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Thailand has been the center of trade in South East Asia for hundreds of years. Located in the middle of Burma, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia and China, Thailand has had a unique history.  Safe during the World Wars and the Vietnam War, Thailand has been a neutral zone to military bases, economic trade and business development. Led by his Royal Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, through his monarchy of 68 years, it has always been a priority to develop workers, peace and sustainability. 

Being located in the center has it's advantages. For over 80 years Thailand has been at the heart of the modern world jewelry trade. Gemstones or precious metal merchants congregate to trade merchandise harvested or acquired. Because of this Thailand has gained a great amount of cumulative experience in Jewelry all from different fields within the industry. Over years workers' skill and expertise is developed through manufacturing knowledge and even passed down from generation to generation.   

Vibeke Lyssand Leirvag has been in Thailand for more than 25 years. Originally coming to Thailand as young jewelry designer, she gained experience behind the bench whilst designing for jewelry brands. A young girl in a different country, Vibeke created Felicia Design about 7 years later. And since 1995, Felicia Design has produced, developed skills, been included in industry development and observed trends.  

Felicia Design combines Asian Craftsmanship and European Management. Our management team seeks out new technologies, materials and maintain the standards set in the global jewelry industry. Skills are developed throughout, to keep to those standards. Many of our staff have skill sets developed within their families over generations.