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Looking for something a little different? How about colorful crystal cut into chunky rings, or perhaps you prefer some earrings or a necklace featuring stylized floral motifs. The beautifully clear crystal in vivid rainbow shades gives this whole jewelry collection a wonderfully modern and fresh appeal. Prices start at less than HKD1000 for rings, but if you are looking to spend more, you can always splash out on the glorious tableware for which this French crystal manufacturer is most famous.
The largest diamond seen in the window at this prestigious retailer weighed in at around 13 carats. It was heart shaped and set as a ring, and it was totally desirable! If you are looking for similarly outrageous and opulent gems, then this jeweler will not disappoint. Also available are more down to earth items such as gold cufflinks set with stones in a variety of colors. Although still a little on the expensive side, starting at around HKD13,000, they are more affordable than 13.28 carats of diamond! This is the only branch of Falconer Jewellers in Hong Kong.
Stocked with an amazing array of jewelery, this shop caters for every price range. Simple pearls-on-a-string sets start at below HKD200, whilst the more luxurious end of the market is amply catered for with a wide range of jade, diamonds and colored gems as well as natural pearls in various shades, shapes and sizes. The precious metals used to set off these treasures cover the whole range from silver to platinum.
This spacious department store covers two floors and is easily located, being near the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry pier. A wide variety of local arts and crafts are available, so if you are short of shopping time, this is the place to visit as a one-stop shop for gifts. Popular buys are the silk and linen garments, the fine hand-painted porcelain, gold and jade jewelery, and Chinese handicrafts. The staff is helpful and polite, and the store is accredited by the Hong Kong Tourist Association.
Fila is quite a big name in sports clothing and equipment in Italy, sponsoring lots of international sports tournaments and events, including the Women's World Tennis Association Tennis Tour. They have seven shops in Hong Kong that offer a selection of their sturdy, simple sports clothing. Here you can definitely find exactly what you need to head off to the tennis courts, driving range, or public swimming pool. It may not be the cheapest sports apparel in town, but it will last, and look fine even after years of sweating and exertion.
With its base in Hong Kong, this opal supplier has been mining and crafting opal jewelry since 1972. Opals are supplied from the company-owned mine in Australia and then shipped to Hong Kong for cutting and polishing before being fashioned into a variety of jewelry items. There are over 3000 designs to choose from, but if you cannot quite find what you are looking for, the in-house designers and workshops can help create a one-off piece just for you in as little as 48 hours.
Canada's answer to the GAP, Roots stores are found throughout Canada and are now spreading around the world. This retailer of clothing and other fine goods specializes in everything from furniture, watches, and yoga gear to comfortable heavyweight hoodies, leather bags and footwear. Roots has also been a well-recognized name as official outfitter to several countries during the Olympics. Stores contain an excellent variety of casual apparel for men and women with a focus on environmentalism and high-quality products.
Just around the corner from the Jade Market, on Canton Road between Kansu Street and Pak Hoi Street, are a group of gem shops that are well worth a visit. Unlike other jewelry shops in Hong Kong, these little treasure chests sell loose gems, either as individual pieces or on bracelet- and necklace-length strings. Wholesale and retail trade is welcome and prices are reasonable, although bargaining is always expected. The selection of gems is quite extensive and includes pearls, coral, amethyst, onyx, lapis lazuli, clear and colored quartzes, moonstones, hematite and tourmalines, to name but a few.