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Zhejiang Angeperle Co Ltd is making tremendous gains in China’s pearl jewellery market by leveraging its strong pearl sourcing capabilities, design and manufacturing strengths, and competitive pricing strategy.
Fischer Measurement Technologies (India) Pvt Ltd unveiled a new addition to its Goldscope series of precious metal testing machines. Goldscope SD 01 uses X-ray fluorescence for “fast, cost-effective and non-destructive” analysis of jewellery, coins and precious metals, the company said.
Busch Gmbh & Co KG of Germany has expanded its range of modern tools for jewellery manufacturing. The company’s AU series, which consists of 1AU, 38AU, 414AU and 446AU, now offers the 1Z-AU tool in ISO sizes of 002, 003 and 004.
Prestige Jewellery Mfr Ltd of Hong Kong is showing no signs of slowing down despite a more challenging business environment. According to Jennifer Cheng of Prestige Jewellery, the company relies on close to four decades of jewellery manufacturing expertise, premium-quality products and loyal customers to sustain its growth over the coming years.
Liu Ming Ming, founder of Dashu Jewellery Design Workshop, was born in 1983 in Shandong Province, China. A graduate of the School of Gem Studies of the China University of Geosciences in Beijing, Liu is an independent and state-registered art jewellery designer. He is also a regular guest at international jewellery exhibitions in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. In this interview, Liu talks about his creative process, his growth as a designer and China’s growing demand for custom-made jewellery.
Lao Feng Xiang Co Ltd (Lao Feng Xiang) is dedicated to carrying forward its goldsmithing heritage. In recent years, the brand expanded its international presence by leveraging its strengths – heritage of craftsmanship, design capabilities and innovative manufacturing.
The June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair is marking its 30th anniversary this year with a host of exciting attractions, including the launch of the CORE Pavilion – a dedicated area for jewellery companies that have supported jewellery and gem fairs in Hong Kong over the years and consider Hong Kong as the platform from which they grow their businesses.
Founded in 1979 as a multinational company in Vicenza, Italy, the Legor Group has risen to become a global leader in the supply of alloys and galvanic treatments for the jewellery industry. In 2005, Legor expanded its reach in major global markets. It currently has a presence in seven strategic locations namely Hong Kong and China, Southeast Asia, Turkey, the US, Russia and Europe.
Born into a family of artists, Taiwanese jewellery designer Cindy Chao is known for her exceptional gemstone-setting techniques and three-dimensional jewellery pieces. She established her eponymous brand, Cindy Chao The Art Jewel, in 2004 and began a fulfilling journey to becoming one of the most promising figures in the world of jewellery design. In 2016, she was invited to join the 28th Paris Biennale des Antiquaires, becoming the first female Asian jewellery designer to participate in the event.
Anna Gaia, CEO of Italy-based Utopia, is making pearl jewellery an indispensable and essential part of women’s collections everywhere. The daughter of Paolo, one of the pioneers in the global pearl trading sector, Gaia is blazing a new trail in the family-owned company’s illustrious history with the launch of Utopia, a luxury brand that places the pearl at the very heart of its business. In an interview with JNA, Utopia’s CEO talks about the pearl jewellery brand’s recent accomplishments, highlights the company’s exceptional collections and shares her thoughts on the future of the pearl industry.
Symbolising love, commitment and wisdom, the sapphire – especially stones in pure, rich shimmery blue – has been an endless source of fascination and delight in many cultures. Coveted for its beauty by serious collectors, this gemstone has been associated with legends and myths, and has been worn by the nobility for centuries.
A diamond ring purchased more than 30 years ago at a car boot sale top-billed Sotheby’s Fine Jewels auction on June 7, beating pre-sale estimates. The 26.29-carat diamond ring was bought for just £10 (around US$13).
An expansive range of diamonds and coloured gemstones, and fine jewellery is set to captivate buyers at the 30th June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair scheduled for June 22 to 25 at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Hong Kong-based Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Ltd reported a 3.9 percent rise in profit to US$391.85 million for the financial year ended March 31, 2017, citing improvements in the jewellery retail sector.