What is the actual object you're photographing? Is it shiny and reflective? Please tell me it isn't.
Do you have a room with a white ceiling?
The surface could be a piece of white plexi, which would give you a slight reflection. You could try a mirror for a stronger reflection but then you'd need to hover some kind of white surface (like a sheet or bristol paper) over or behind your set up (depending on what angle your camera is at) because part of your ceiling would reflect as well. So my suggestion is white plexi to keep things easier.
The lighting looks really soft and that's easy enough to achieve. Buy a couple lamps and use the same type of bulb in each of them. Make your room dark and then turn on only those lamps. Angle the lamps to bounce Light off of your ceiling and around the room, rather than pointing the lamps directly at your product. That way you'd get nice, overall brightness.
You might need to stabilise your camera somehow, so consider getting a tripod to help you. You can get really cheap ones for around $20 USD. Slik is a good brand. The reason you'd need to stabilise is because the brightness still may not be enough to get an exposure without causing motion blur from shakey hands.
It sounds like a lot but it's easy enough if you take the time to prepare everything. You don't need to buy anything fancy, just the tripod for sure, the white plexiglass I suggested, and a few sheets of bristol paper or white cloth.
Also, be sure to clean whatever the product is, if you don't want to spend hours photoshopping dust out of the image. It takes fifteen minutes to clean an object before taking the picture or an hour to do it after, in post-production!