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  • Elegance of form and function

    Sarah Zhuang is making her mark with innovative and enchanting multifunctional jewellery. The young Hong Kong jewellery designer creates contemporary fine jewellery to enable modern women to shine in a fast-paced world.

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  • The Colour of Fantasies

    Colours infuse vitality and character into an otherwise mundane universe. A splash of blue or green brings to mind the splendour of nature while pink, yellow and violet reflect femininity, contentment and strength respectively. Coloured gemstones likewise instil exceptional charm into jewellery pieces.

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  • Mystic Dreams

    Dreams are often construed as a glimpse into a parallel universe where the strange and the beautiful merge, giving birth to ethereal concepts and images. Fine jewellery pieces in solid colours and elegant designs impeccably mimic a dreamlike scenario.

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  • DewCarat’s universe of sophistication

    Jewellery designs that meld contemporary concepts with a classic touch inject elegance to any outfit. Hong Kong jeweller DewCarat Ltd presents a rich palette of blues, reds and greens interspersed with the brilliance of diamonds and the subtle perfection of pearls in this stunning selection of fine jewels.

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  • Bare beauties

    Women and their jewellery have long had an intimate bond, complementing each other’s natural beauty and enhancing one another’s level of sophistication. Pearls, diamonds and coloured gemstones – among nature’s most valuable and endearing gifts to humanity – are the centre of attention in this selection of fine jewellery pieces that perfectly suit the modern woman.

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  • Chanel’s untamed high jewellery collection

    Brave, instinctive, untamed. These best describe Chanel’s latest high jewellery collection, L’ Esprit Du Lion. The collection features 53 one-of-a-kind pieces in 18-karat gold inspired by a lion sculpture found in Gabrielle Chanel’s apartment at 31 Rue Cambon in Paris.

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  • Chow Tai Fook sales up in first quarter

    Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Ltd has announced that its sales in China, Hong Kong and Macau increased in the first three months of 2018, driven by improving consumer sentiment and higher gold prices.

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  • Lucara recovers massive diamond in Botswana

    Lucara Diamond Corporation has unearthed a 472-carat top light brown gem diamond, the third largest diamond ever recovered from its Karowe Diamond Mine in Botswana.

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  • Qeelin’s Wulu

    Chinese luxury jewellery brand Qeelin has unveiled a new collection of necklaces with diamonds cut in the shape of its iconic Wulu design. Qeelin Creative Director Dennis Chan said, “In Chinese culture, the Hulu gourd with its figure 8 shape, which inspired the Wulu design, is a symbol of protection, safety and permanence. The diamond symbolises everlasting love. We wanted to merge these two symbols of eternity.”

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  • Green and Grandiose

    Green’s spectacular hue symbolises a myriad of meanings and emotions. Deep, dark greens evoke mystery and sophistication while lighter, more pastel colours bring to mind vitality and new beginnings. In the world of fine jewellery, green gemstones are the archetype of glamour and freshness, thereby enhancing the wearer’s natural beauty.

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  • Pink Paradise

    The ultra-feminine pink infuses a touch of delicate allure into a variety of everyday items, from mundane thingamabobs to highly personalised pieces, jewellery included. Expansive shades of pink, which range from fuchsia to paler tints, match every woman’s unique personality – nurturing yet protective; virtuous yet fierce; fragile yet resilient.

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  • Tale of a city

    The 19th Hong Kong Jewellery Design Competition yielded bejewelled vignettes of Hong Kong’s amazing evolution from a small fishing village to a bustling international metropolis that fuses Eastern and Western influences in a culture all its own.

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  • The virtuoso within

    Japanese jewellery designer Jurio Fujita takes creative freedom to the next level with his mythical, ethereal designs. His creations, adorned with dazzling gems and pearls, are microcosms of the world we live in – strange, beautiful, mesmerising.

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  • Myanmar pearl dealer eyes Asia

    Myanmar is making its presence felt in the global pearl market with its South Sea pearls gaining popularity in recent years. Well-established pearl farms and satisfactory pearl auction results in Hong Kong further boost demand for South Sea pearls from Myanmar, allowing pearl dealers from the country to expand overseas.

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  • Bold, beautiful, feminine

    Design-centric jewellery pieces have become a staple in a modern woman’s overall style. With designs ranging from minimalistic to intricate, or daring to dainty, fine jewellery pieces in a mix of gold colours and embellished with dazzling diamonds and gemstones are the perfect embodiment of a woman’s complex and intriguing personality. Prolific jewellery designer Payal Shah gives us a glimpse into her world of subtle elegance through her designs.

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  • The Virtuoso within

    Japanese jewellery designer Jurio Fujita takes creative freedom to the next level with his mythical, ethereal designs. His creations, adorned with dazzling gems and pearls, are microcosms of the world we live in – strange, beautiful, mesmerising.

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CJNA 亞洲珠寶 May 2018

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