First Tiffany Diamond Academy launched in Asia
Cindy Cao
Cindy Chao unravels nature’s mystery with latest collection
Bridal Jewellery
China’s bridal jewellery market entices Singaporean group
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    Pearl jeweller making inroads into China market

    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.

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    De Beers embarks on polished diamond business

    The De Beers Group of Companies will start selling its own polished diamonds, starting with a pilot auction scheduled for June. A broad selection of polished stones manufactured directly from its rough diamonds will be presented during the sale, according to the company.

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    HK jeweller dazzles with classic collection

    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.

Shows & Events
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    June Hong Kong Fair to showcase new attractions

    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.

Q & A
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    Cindy Chao: Breaking boundaries in fine jewellery design

    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.