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jewelleryDon’t forget our collectable jewellery event is still on.

Newly arrived pieces with will be featured in the posts of the next following days.
These pieces of jewellery are carefully put together with the art of  Chinese knots with the strings all handwoven for the design.

Stay tune!

To see all our jewellery collection, click HERE!

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Continuing with the Something Old Something New theme, we are bringing you a new collection of old and new jewellery.

Necklace, bracelet, ring, earring, hairpin, brooch, etc.
Ensembles of agate, amber, amethyst, bone, coral, glass, ivory, jade, malachite, mother of pearl, shell, silver, Tibetan beads, turquoise, etc.

2 weeks to X’mas, if you still havent bought your Xmas present, now is the best time to get something unique for your love ones!

The collection will begin this thur – 13th December.
Please come and have a look!

MOUNTAIN FOLKCRAFT. 12 WO ON LANE . CENTRAL . HONG KONG

CIR 55mm (UK size O), China

I had a similar ring when I was a teenager, it was one of my favorite.  It has a “pure silver” mark in Chinese (but as a human guinea pig I can verify that it is really pure silver as I suffer badly with metal allergy, only pure gold and silver would pass the test, how posh is that!)

Enamel was brought into China from France in the Qing dynasty (17th century) and was immediately adored by Emperor; workshops for the court were set up in Imperial Court in Beijing and in Guangdong.  It then became popular throughout the country during the reign of the next 2 emperors.  The type of enamel produced in China was mainly cloisonne, where a thin wire is applied to form cells to hold the enamel.