What are the best fine jewelry stores in Hong Kong?

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Barbra Austin

The bling can blind in this city. Local chains Chow Tai Fook and Larry are everywhere, and you’ll see familiar international brands like Tiffany & Co. and Cartier, too. But for something a little more special, try one of these boutiques:

Edward Chiu creates showstopping pieces in jade — black, white, red, lavender and green — trimmed with diamonds and rubies and pearls (oh my!). You'll find his shop in the IFC mall.

For more than 50 years, K.S. Sze & Sons, located in the Prince's Buildling, has served a demanding and loyal local clientele. The boutique displays a fine collection of diamonds, gemstones and jade. Custom design and refurbishment services are also available.

Qeelin’s designs incorporate traditional Chinese elements, but the results are utterly contemporary and opulent. A lion’s head becomes a swinging pendant draped with diamonds; a longevity lock is rimmed with rubies.

Ronald Abram is known for colored gemstones, but the his diamonds are stunners, too. He also sells a collection of vintage Art Deco pieces. Two small boutiques (in the Mandarin Oriental and Peninsula hotels) offer discreet service.

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