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  • Diamond - AWE 2L24
    Jewellery - CEC 1CE24

    Karp Jewellery Mfg HK Limited

  • Jewellery

    18KW RUBY, SAPPHIRE, EMERALD & DIAMOND JEWELRY SET (Model: N20359[Necklace], R18534[Ring])

  • Jewellery

    18KW PEARL & DIAMOND NECKLACE (Model: N19835)

  • Pearls

    White South Sea Pearls

  • Gemstones

    Rhodochrosite Teardrop Brioletts

  • Jewellery

    Diamond Necklace NL0438

  • Gemstones

    Colombien Emerald

  • Diamonds

    Matched Pair

  • Pearls

    Multi Colour Tahitian Pearl Bracelet

  • Pearls

    South Sea Pearls & Tahitian Pearls

  • Gemstones

    Sapphire - Emerald Set

  • Jewellery

    DIAMOND GOLD JEWELLERY

  • Gemstones

    Citrine Cut Pan Pear

  • Jewellery

    Lady Dream® 儷鑽® 俪钻®

  • Pearls

    Tahitian Pearl Necklace

  • Jewellery

    Emerald ring

  • Pearls

    Natural Golden South Sea Pearl Necklace

  • Pearls

    Natural Golden South Sea Pearl Earring

  • Jewellery

    18K Gold Diamonds Pearl Earrings Jacket

  • Jewellery

    BKJ Diamond Jewellery

  • Jewellery

    Diamond Earring ER2013

  • Jewellery

    bbSense Pink Amethyst and Diamond Set

  • Pearls

    Drop Pearl

  • Equipment & Supplies

    3D DLP LCD SLA Printer Castable Resin

  • Diamonds

    SINGLE CUT DIAMOND

  • Diamonds

    SINGLE CUT DIAMOND

  • Jewellery

    bbSense Diamond Set

  • Jewellery

    Momentum Cuff

  • Diamonds

    OV FIY 6.14CT

  • Jewellery

    Emoji Freshwater Pearl Silver Pendant

NEWS & MAGAZINE

  • Daily News

    Sotheby’s unveils rare 88.22-carat diamond in HK

    A spectacular 88.22-carat, D-colour, flawless, Type IIA, oval brilliant diamond – “perfect” according to every critical criterion – will lead Sotheby’s Hong Kong Sale of Magnificent Jewels and Jadeite on April 2.

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  • Daily News

    HK Jewellery Design Competition winners revealed

    Winners of the 20th Hong Kong Jewellery Design Competition were announced yesterday, highlighting the skills of some of Hong Kong’s most talented young jewellers.

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  • Blogs

    Celebrating success

    As we prepare to count our blessings and losses over the past 12 months, and set new goals and resolutions, the retail industry is at the height of probably one of the most hectic seasons of the year, Christmas!

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  • Features

    Creating Win-Win situations

    As a pearl trading hub, Hong Kong hosts numerous pearl auctions every year. In November 2018 alone, a string of pearl auctions was held in the city, top-billed by the Rio Pearl auction. The sale offered 465 lots including South Sea pearls from Australia and Indonesia, golden South Sea pearls from Myanmar as well as Tahitian pearls. Of the 198,410 pearls placed on the auction block, 85 percent was sold, generating US$3.08 million. Jonathan Cheng, director of Rio Pearl, said auctions held during the first half of 2018 fared better as the market has become sluggish since the conclusion of the September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair. “About 120 companies took part in the November auction. The prices remained steady, generally speaking, but the price of medium- to low-end, low-lustre golden South Sea pearls had dropped. This may have been due to an increase in supply of Indonesian pearls in recent years,” disclosed Cheng. Cheng said Rio Pearl will focus on providing medium- to high-end goods at future auctions. “Several auctions are held during the same period of time every year. To stay competitive, auction organisers have to make sure that their goods are of top quality, and buyers can get from them pearls that are not easily available elsewhere. Take Tahitian pearls, for example. We will only provide premium ones, including those measuring 8 to 10mm in diameter, which move the fastest at the moment. When it comes to the sorting of pearls, we always count on buyers’ feedback and adjust accordingly,” he explained. Looking ahead, Cheng expects that the industry may still see some uncertainties until the second half of the year. “Hopefully, things will improve. At Rio Pearl, we will strive to provide a greater number of Australian South Sea pearls at 2019 auctions. We will also partner with more Indonesian and Tahitian pearl farms to further increase the diversity of our goods to make our auctions stand out even more,” he added.

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  • Features

    The Ring Master

    Men’s rings are now a fashion phenomenon. In Paris, antique dealer Yves Gastou presented a fabulous selection of men’s rings at the L’École des Arts Joailliers. The collection traces the interesting history of this symbol of masculinity through several themes ranging from neo-classicism to chivalry, Gothic style and vanities.

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  • Design

    Sweet tendencies

    Chinese designer Ray Yan has long been fascinated by the balance of contrasts. Her Hard Candy brand of jewellery, launched in 2008, marries primarily gothic themes and lighthearted charm. She lets JNA in on her unique approach to design.

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  • Design

    The multiverse of Wallace Chan

    Showcase of Wallace Chan's latest designs

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